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Bosque Mágico

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Bosque Mágico[1] was an amusement park located in Guadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico. Located at the address Av. Eloy Cavazos. The park opened in 1993 and closed on August 28, 2022. The park was operated by a company named Diversiones Dinamicas,

The park closed due to the Government of Nuevo Leon constructing a project that needed the land.

The park opened in 1993 with a single roller coaster named Montaña Rusa. The park earned the nickname "Bosque Tragico" in English "Tragic Forest" as an urban legend spread that there was an accident on their roller coaster. The legend stated that 3 kids died after a train malfunctioned.[2]

Around the years 2014-2015 the park received around 42,000,000 Pesos from Arca Continental the second largest Coca Cola bottler in Latin America. They also received 15,000,000 from the Nuevo Leon government to promote tourism.

On February 9, 2020 a 31 year old man named Rodolfo Hinojosa Hernández was assassinated in the bathroom at the park.


Ride Year Opened Year Closed Manufacturer Type Description
Montaña Rusa 1993 <2006 Schwarzkopf Roller Coaster This was a wildcat 65m model designed by Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH and manufactured by Schwarzkopf. The ride originally opened in 1973 at Six Flags Magic Mountain as Mountain Express before it was closed in the 1982 season. It was than purchased by a defunct amusement park named Magic landing. The ride opened in 1984. The ride closed after am accident in 1985 and was left SBNO from 1985-1990. The ride was than sold to Bosque Mágico where it would open as Montaña Rusa in the 1993 season. The coaster got new trains in 1997. The ride was disassembled in 2006 with the park claiming they were in the process of refurbishing and repainting the ride, However the ride never reopened after this. On August 6, 2008 the park placed the trains for sale and mentioned that the rest of the coaster was sold for scrap.[3]
Tornado 2001 2022 Vekoma Roller Coaster This was a Vekoma Whirlwind model manufactured by the dutch amusement ride company Vekoma and designed by Peter Clerx. It was built by Arrow Dynamics and originally opened at Bobbejaanland in Belgium from 1982-1999 as Wervelwind. In 1999 it closed and would be sold to Bosque Mágico.[4] The ride opened for its first season at the park in 2001 and was renamed to Tornado. The ride originally had red track with green supports. It was later repainted to purple track and green supports and painted for the final time with yellow track and blue supports.
Zombie Ride 2015 2022 Premier Rides Roller Coaster This was a Premier Skyrocket II coaster model and opened in 2015.[5] It was the fourth clone made of Superman Ultimate Flight at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. This version of the Skyrocket II was unique as it had a sliding station which allowed it to run 2 trains at once with each train completing 2 circuits before returning to the station. After the parks closure the ride would be relocated to Salitre Magico in Bogota, Columbia where it would open in the 2023 season as Drakko: The Flying Beast.[6]
Policías y Ratones 2016 2022 Zamperla Roller Coaster This was a Zamperla Wild Mouse coaster opened in the 2016 season,
Boomerang 2022 Pendulum
Carrusel 2022 Carousel
Carros Antuigos 2022 Antique Cars
Cabana Del Tio Chueco 2022
Barn Stormer 2022
Go Karts 2022 Go Karts
The King 2022


  1. "home". Bosque Mágico, Parque de diversiones (in español). Retrieved 2023-10-30.
  2. "¿Por qué los regios le llaman 'Bosque Trágico' a 'Bosque Mágico'?". Publimetro México (in español). 2020-02-09. Retrieved 2023-10-30.
  3. "Montaña Rusa - Bosque Mágico (Guadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico)". Retrieved 2023-10-30.
  4. "Wervelwind - Bobbejaanland (Lichtaart, Antwerp, Flemish Region, Belgium)". Retrieved 2023-10-30.
  5. "Zombie Ride - Bosque Mágico (Guadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico)". Retrieved 2023-10-30.
  6. "Drakko: The Flying Beast - Salitre Magico (Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia)". Retrieved 2023-10-30.

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