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Come feel the excitement on the longest wooden roller coaster in the world as The Beast unleashes its awesome power on the unsuspecting. The Beast sprawls across a densely-wooded, 35-acre site at speeds up to 65 miles per hour! Height Requirement: 48 inches
This is the world biggest wooden roller coaster. It's awesome with two huge drops and incredible speeds.
Rickety wooden coaster, but still tons of fun. Sit near the front!
My favorite since 1979!
This was my daughter's favorite. Had to ride the historic wooden coaster. And I have to say, it was amazing. Speeds were amazing for wooden.
You have enough time to smoke a joint on this ride. Light it up as soon as you leave the station. Sit in the back, no one will smell what you are doing
Sketchiest ride in the park
A great wood coaster
This ride was awesome, but super bumpy. Almost instant headache! I loved it anyway.
Ride The Beast at night for a totally unique experience!
Best time to ride is at night!!
Don't let The Beast scare you! Awesome ride!
Not as snappy as the pizza
For The Beast's 35th anniversary, and the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past, Kelsey Grammer is welcoming people to the ride all season IN FULL MAKEUP!!! Such a treat!
When it comes to wooden coasters, The Beast is the standard by which all others try to be measured! After 35 years, The Beast is unmatched, especially in the dark!
The Beast opened on April 14, 1979 as the tallest, fastest, and longest wooden roller coaster in the world - today, it remains the longest wooden coaster and a standard for all others to meet!
Middle of the train is the best!
Long considered the standard for wooden coasters, especially those longer, classic woodies!
If you want to ride the back, do it early in the season after they have done some repairs to it or else you'll get some whip lash.
Go at night. In the very back seat. So. Awesome.
So much better at night!
The beast roller coasters ever & it's awesome day & night but night might be better because it goes with the beast theme & very fun & also the front rules anytime 😃
Hang on tight
Line is long but is moving pretty fast
Ride it at night after dark! Totally different experience and so cool!!
Bring hand sanitizer.
As with all three-row wooden coaster trains, sit in a middle row and save your back some pain.
This coaster is without a doubt one of he greatest thrills in the country. Ride it at night for an even creepier, more exciting effect. You will NOT regret it!
The three ways you need to ride The Beast: very front seat, very back seat, and at night. It's magical at night!
Rain or shine, hot or cold, windy or calm, this is the BEST ride in the park! Ride in all weather conditions, it's different every time!
The beast in the dark is the best time you will have its way better then day!
Ride in seat twelve. But don't twelve in it please.
Front row night ride on the Beast = best coaster experience you will ever have!
The only things not afraid of the beast are termites.
The best ride on the east side (of the USA)! Better than any coaster I've ever ridden!
Ride it at night!!!
Riding this during Halloween Haunt at night is absolute best! Can't wait for fall
Although Diamondback is awesome.. the Beast is by far the best ride in town! Arms up!!!
Riding in the front is the best. Just keep your mouth closed at night. Lol
This ride has THE best employee crew every year! :)
Best wooden coaster in the world is even better at night
Whoooooo, you're about to ride the longest wooden rollercoaster in the world.
When the Beast roller coaster opened in 1979, the trains had four benches per car and were yellow. The following year, the trains were modified to the current three bench cars and painted red.
If you get in line before the fireworks, you can watch them from the line and still get to ride after the other rides are shut down. its only down about 20 minutes.
It's a fun place to watch workers nail the track back together.
Avoid it anywhere near 10pm. They shut down the ride for 40 minutes due to the fireworks.
Ride it at nite in the dark in the front seat! Scary! But awesome!