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Photos: Top 10 water coasters in the United States

10) Kalahari Resort, featuring the Master Blaster water coaster, is in Wisconsin Dells, a small Wisconsin city known as the “water park capital of the world.” (Kalahari Resort )
9) Typhoon at Six Flags New England’s Hurricane Harbor is the only water coaster at any Six Flags park. (Six Flags)
8) The water coaster at Iowa’s Lost Island water park is called Wailua Kapua, which translates to purple Hawaiian river dragon. (Lost Island)
7) Schlitterbahn water park at Galveston Island, Texas, features two water coasters known as Dragon Blaster and Tempest. (Schlitterbahn )
6) The Master Blaster at Roseville’s Golfland SunSplash is the only water coaster in California. (Golfland SunSplash )
5) The Mile High Flyer water coaster debuted in 2012 at Denver’s Water World water park. (Water World)
4) Crush ‘n’ Gusher at Walt Disney World’s Typhoon Lagoon water park features side-by-side water coasters. (Disney)
3) Maximum Velocity at Wet ‘n Wild in Phoenix features dueling Master Blaster water coasters built by WhiteWater West. (Wet ‘n Wild)
2) The Master Blaster water coaster at Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels, Texas, has won Amusement Today’s Golden Ticket Award numerous times for best water park ride. (Schlitterbahn )
1) The Splashin’ Safari water park at Indiana’s Holiday World theme park features two water coasters, the 2012 Mammoth and the 2010 Wildebeest.  (Holiday World)
The RiverRush water coaster set to open this summer at Dollywood’s Splash Country water park in Tennessee will be four stories tall and have a 25-foot first drop. (Dollywood)
The Bootlegger’s Run water coaster debuting this summer at New York’s Splish Splash water park will feature three uphill sections and four enclosed turns. (Splish Splash)