|California's Great America|
|Replaced by||Drop Tower|
|Six Flags Great America|
|Replaced by||Revolution: The Ride|
|Manufacturer||Philadelphia Toboggan Company|
|Riders per vehicle||1|
Gurnee's location had a band organ, which was later on sold after mechanical problems.
Great America was unusual because it was one of the few parks with two carousels within the park.
In 2003 the carousel spun for the last time as it was removed after the park closed for the winter. The ride was replaced with a HUSS Frisbee ride named Revolution in 2004. One reason for the ride's removal was that the ride was closed often due to low staffing and mechanical problems. In Gurnee, the Dentzel carousel is still in storage.
The Ameri-Go-Round is in storage at the park. The ride is in storage crates near the lift hill for Superman Ultimate Flight.
- ANGELA D. SYKORA. "New rides have Mardi Gras flavor" Lake Villa Review (IL). Sun-Times News Group. 2004. Retrieved August 14, 2012 from HighBeam Research