Zach's Zoomer

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Zach's Zoomer
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Zach's Zoomer at Michigan's Adventure
Michigan's Adventure
Coordinates 43°20′36″N 86°16′51″W / 43.343424°N 86.280932°W / 43.343424; -86.280932Coordinates: 43°20′36″N 86°16′51″W / 43.343424°N 86.280932°W / 43.343424; -86.280932
Status Operating
Opening date July 22, 1994
General statistics
Type Wood
Manufacturer Custom Coasters International
Lift/launch system Chain Lift Hill
Inversions 0
Duration 1:20
Max vertical angle 40°
Capacity 450 riders per hour
Height restriction 40 in (102 cm)
Trains Single train with 5 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 20 riders per train.
Fast Lane available
Zach's Zoomer at RCDB
Pictures of Zach's Zoomer at RCDB

Zach's Zoomer is a wooden roller coaster at Michigan's Adventure in Muskegon, Michigan. Zach's Zoomer was manufactured by Custom Coasters International. It opened in 1994 and is targeted toward younger audiences. Zach's Zoomer was named after Roger Jourden's grandson, and current General Manager Camille Jourden-Mark's son, Zach Mark.

The roller coaster is a family coaster and is designed to be the first step to the larger coasters. It doesn't have sudden drops or high speeds. It is one of three wooden roller coasters in the park and is an ACE Coaster Classic.[1]

The layout is the same as the old John Allen-designed kiddie wooden coasters like Woodstock Express at sister park Kings Island.


On June 30, 2000, a 38-year-old woman fell out of the ride and suffered critical injuries as she turned to take pictures of her relatives in the cars behind her.[2]


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