Wilderness Run

Wilderness Run (formerly Jr. Gemini) is a steel kiddie roller coaster built by Liechtensteiner coaster manufacturer Intamin at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. Built in 1979, it was previously named after the ride that sits across the midway from it, Gemini. In 2014, Cedar Point renovated the Gemini Midway including Wilderness Run. Instead of blue paint, they used brown supports with green track to match the nearby Camp Snoopy children's area. After exiting the 19-foot-tall lift hill, the coaster train goes through a 270-degree turn to the left, followed by a small hill over the beginning of the lift hill. The train then goes through a 270-degree turn to the right which leads to the station.