General Information

Location: At the far back of Paradise Pier beneath the track of the California Screamin' roller coaster.

Date Opened: June 17, 2008

# of Ride Units:

Ride Capacity: 8 people per vehicle. Each vehicle consists of two cars that seat four people, with two rows per car.

Restraint Method: Lap bar

Ticket Rating: D Ticket

Ride Photo: No


Time Commitment

Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park.

Wait Times: Expect to wait at least a half hour.

Length of Ride: 5 minutes 30 seconds

FastPass: No

Single Rider: No

Queue Description:

Access Information

Health Restriction: None

Ride Access: The attraction has two special access ride vehicles set up for use from a wheelchair and they load from a special section so extra time can be taken. There are stairs at the ride exit, so anyone unable to use stairs will need to use the wheelchair vehicles as well.

Wheelchair Transfer: Not required. ECV users will need to transfer to a standard wheelchair.

Service Animals: Yes

Audio: Audio is used throughout the ride, but it can still be enjoyed without.

Weight and Size Issues: The ride vehicles should comfortably accommodate all people.

Parenting Information

Height Restriction: Children must be able to sit upright on their own while on the attraction, they can not be held in a parent's lap.

Child Swap: Yes

Other Issues: Movements during the ride are sudden and smaller children may slide around during them. When place between two parents the lap bar will not go down far enough to provide hold a child in place. Children may sit in an adult's lap.

History and Trivia

  • At this location: Much of the space taken up by the attraction was backstage area before cosntruction began, and much of the rest was empty space beneath the California Screamin' track. However, to provide access to the ride it was necessary to make changes to the "midway" section of Paradise Pier. Two dining locations were closed: Malibu-ritos was hardly missed since it was never really open. Strips, Dips 'n' Chips would have been missed however, but their menu was mostly moved to Bountiful Valley Farmer's Market, another never-open counter service restaurant that was revived by the move. A novelty photo store, Pacific Ocean Photos, was also lost to the need for space.
  • Other Trivia:
    • A patent: Read the official patent filing for some of the technology powering the ride.