Silver Dollar City has revealed new views of its overhauled Fire in the Hole roller coaster and narrowed its opening window.
During a Saturday presentation during the American Coaster Enthusiasts’ annual No Coaster Con, SDC spokesperson Dalton Fischer said the $30 million revamp of Fire in the Hole will debut sometime in March.
Fischer also showed off lots of new views of the construction, which you can see in our X thread:
The original indoor coaster closed at the end of 2023. The revamp is being done by Idaho coaster firm Rocky Mountain Construction — makers of thrilling hybrid coasters like Iron Gwazi at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay — marking its first foray into an indoor, family-oriented ride featuring onboard audio.
In typical RMC fashion, the ride will have at least one pop of airtime, according to Fischer.
Alongside the new ride, Silver Dollar City is upgrading the surrounding area, which will now be known as the Fire District. The changes include a new soft pretzel stand called Sadie’s Pretzel Cafe.