When Dorney Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania, opens its gates on May 4 for its 135th operating season, one popular thrill ride will be missing from its lineup of attractions.
Stinger, which came from California's Great America five years ago, is no longer. The park announced that the ride was removed for "future planning opportunities" but did not provide any clues about what would be constructed in the coaster's place.
Stinger was one of the only suspended boomerang inverted steel coasters on the East Coast with face-to-face seating. The coaster initially was called "Invertigo" when it was located at California's Great America.