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A New Roller Coaster At SeaWorld San Antonio Opens This Spring

If you've ever lived near a theme park, chances are you've become a big fan of rollercoasters. That is unless you're afraid of heights. This spring, a new roller coaster at SeaWorld San Antonio will be testing everyone's limits with Texas' tallest, fastest, and longest wooden coaster in the state. 

This spring, specifically this March, SeaWorld San Antonio is finally opening the Texas Stingray to the public.

The Texas Stingray will be bigger, better, and scarier than any coaster Texas theme parks have ever seen.

While an exact date for its opening has yet to be announced, SeaWorld has announced an event being held on Saturday, March 21 with the Texas Stingray at the center of it.

According to the event's official Facebook event page, more details will be coming soon.

The photo above gives a pretty decent idea of what to expect from the ride... insanity!

It's truly living up to its name as Texas' tallest, fastest, and longest wooden coaster.

If you're not a huge fan of coasters like these, there's still plenty more to do at SeaWorld.

Their shows, water rides, and concessions will make your entire day worthwhile. It's the perfect place to explore if you have a friend or relative visiting.

SeaWorld isn't the only San Antonio theme park coming out with a new ride this year.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is getting Daredevil Dive Flying Machines this summer!

It looks like we have a lot to look forward to when it comes to our favorite theme parks and just in time for when season passes are at their peak.

Texas Stingray at SeaWorld San Antonio

Price: $60.99-day admission

When: Spring 2020

Address: 10500 SeaWorld Drive, San Antonio, TX

Why You Need To Go: This will be one of the wildest coasters Texas has seen in a long time, if you're looking for an exhilarating ride then this is it!

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