KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Fun Spot is adding another coaster to its Kissimmee park, and now it has a name.

  • Named revealed for Fun Spot's new Kissimme coaster
  • The coaster will be called Hurricane
  • The name was chosen from fan submissions

The coaster will be called "Hurricane," the company revealed Thursday.

The name was chosen from fan submissions. Last month, Fun Spot asked fans to submit family-friendly, Florida-themed names for the coaster. The winner of the contest, Savannah K., will get two season passes and a chance to be one of the first to ride it.

Once complete, Hurricane will be more than five stories tall and feature a triple out and back layout of more than 1,300 feet. Each coaster train will be able to hold up to six people.

Fun Spot, which also operates a park in Orlando, has said when the new coaster will open.

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