American Coaster Enthusiasts’ Preservation Conference set for Elitch Gardens and Lakeside Amusement Park

By | May 17, 2013

American Coaster Enthusiasts to promote roller coaster preservation and enjoy
modern steel and a Landmark wood coaster.

ACE-logo-CMYK-whiteDENVER, Colo. — 150 roller coaster enthusiasts from across the U.S. will trek to Elitch Gardens (May 17-18) and Lakeside Amusement Park (May 18-19) to celebrate these traditional amusement parks and recognize coaster preservation efforts. This three-day celebration is the preservation conference of American Coaster Enthusiasts (ACE), which will be held Friday through Sunday at two parks full of thrills, character and history. A prime feature of the conference will be multiple hours of riding the two wooden and several steel roller coasters at both parks.

Participating ACE members can also attend multiple VIP park tours at these two great Denver parks.
Attendees will enjoy camaraderie with like-minded people and share stories of coasters ridden in all corners of the world as many ACE members have traveled to Europe, Central America and Asia.
Anywhere there is a coaster, you will find an ACEer.

More information on the event is available at