Mack Rides

The Mack Rides GmbH & Co KG (formerly Heinrich Mack GmbH & Co. KG ) is a family of Baden Waldkirch and a leader in the development and production of amusement park attractions. Roland Mack, a member of the family of the founder, is the managing partner of Europa - Park in Rust near Freiburg, the largest amusement parks in Germany.


The company was founded in 1780 by Paul Mack and first devoted himself to the construction of transit carriages and stagecoaches. After 1880 a car was built for organ transport, began the systematic establishment and development of car production for showmen and circus entrepreneur. In 1920 the company Mack got into the construction of rides for a year markets. In 1921, the first wooden roller coaster in the company was completed in 1936 followed by the first gasoline car and 1951, the first bobsleigh run out of wood. In 1952, sales of the company increased greatly in the United States. In 1957 the prototype of the " Wild Mouse " a well-known roller coaster form at fairs and festivals emerged today. The then new development, however, was in contrast to today's steel models also still made of wood. They developed the first Bobachterbahn the world.

In 1975, the opening of Europa-Park in Rust by Franz Mack and his son Roland Mack took place. Meanwhile, the Europa-Park is the largest theme park in Germany. Today Mack Rides is one of the leading companies in the amusement park attractions.


Powered Coaster


Wild Mouse

Water coaster & Super Splash

Young Star Coaster

Spinning Coaster

Dark Rollercoaster

E-Motion Coaster

Launched and Megacoaster

Launched Coaster

This track contains type with the opening of Blue Fire at Europa Park Rust, the first and thus four inversions in a Mack coaster. Since Mack Rides always saw himself as a producer of family attractions that flips the track type were very quiet and comfortable, designed so that it has been copied many times in a short time. 2014, for example, open directly three copies of Blue Fire.


Splash Battle