This summer heat wave is the perfect time to pack up the family (and friends) and head over to the biggest roller coaster in Washington state.

You might not expect it, but there are plenty of great roller coasters to visit here.

There's the Tumwater Twister Alpine Coaster roller coaster at Leavenworth Adventure Park. You can take the scenic view or the fast ride down. Super Lou's roller coaster is our state's first alpine coaster.

Tumwater Twister Alpine Roller Coaster
Leavenworth Adventure Park via google maps


For the little ones, there is the Mine-Twister kids deluxe roller coaster at Remlinger Farms in Carnation. It's not very big, but the children sure do love it.

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Next up, we go to the Wild Waves Theme and Water Park in Federal Way for the Wild Thing. It was the first roller coaster built at the water park back in 1977.

Wild Thing roller coaster at Wild Waves
Wild Waves Theme and Water Park via Google Maps


Let's see who's got the biggest roller coaster in Washington...

It's the Timberhawk Ride of Prey at Wild Waves Theme and Water Park!

Timberhawk Ride of Prey at Wild Waves
Wild Waves Theme and Water Park via Google Maps

Wild Waves is as season water park that's open May thru November. The park's hour vary so check the schedule to see when is the best time for you to go.

It's cheaper than going to Disneyland, that's for sure! Gate admission for single day tickets start at $63 for anyone over 48" tall, and $38 for anyone less than that height. (I rounded up the price to the nearest dollar.)

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