2015 Guest Assistance Guide

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2015 Guest Assistance Guide
WARNING
Many rides at Carowinds are dynamic and
thrilling. There are inherent risks in riding any
amusement ride. For your protection, each
ride is rated for its special features, such as
high speeds, steep drops, sharp turns, or other
dynamic forces. If you choose to ride, you
accept all of these risks. Restrictions for guests
of extreme size (height or weight) are posted
at certain rides. Guests with disabilities should
refer to our Ride Admission Policy available at
Guest Services. Participate responsibly. You
should be in good health to ride safely. You
know your physical conditions and limitations,
Carowinds does not. If you suspect your health
could be at risk for any reason, or you could
aggravate a pre-existing condition of any kind,
DO NOT RIDE!
All passenger restraint systems, including
lap bars, shoulder harnesses and seatbelts,
must be positioned, fastened and tightened
properly to allow guests to ride.
Information in this guide is subject to change.
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2015 Guest Assistance Guide
Welcome to Carowinds!
We are glad you’re here. We have plenty of exciting
rides and shows for everyone. At Carowinds, we are
proud to have earned one of the best safety records
in the industry. We are committed to providing our
guests with a safe environment and we want our
guests to have a safe and enjoyable day.
Many amusement park rides incorporate safety
systems designed by the manufacturer to
accommodate people of average physical stature
and body proportion. These safety systems may
place restrictions on the ability of an individual
to safely experience the ride. Extremely large or
small individuals, guests who have heart, back
or neck trouble, pregnant women, people who
have had recent surgery, people with casts,
braces, restrictive devices or disabilities may not
be safely accommodated by these systems.
For example, height requirements are based on
the size needed for safety restraints to function
properly and the level of maturity usually associated
with a certain height.
Carowinds Ride Admission Policy is based on
the requirements of the manufacturer, our past
experience and our evaluation of each ride using our
knowledge of the ride in both normal and emergency
operating conditions. Our prime consideration is the
ability of each person to endure the dynamics of a ride
without risk of injury to that person or other riders.
Any guest who feels he or she may be affected
by this policy is encouraged to review this Guest
Assistance Guide.
Ride Rating System
A Ride Rating Program has been designed which provides a scale for rating the thrill factor of each ride. The intent
is to provide a scale to guide Park guests in determining which attractions to ride based on their own experience
level, physical condition, and abilities.
Each ride/attraction is placed into one of five categories:
CAROWINDS
CATEGORY
Low Thrill Rides
Mild Thrill Rides
Moderate
Thrill Rides
High Thrill Rides
Aggressive
Thrill Rides
DESCRIPTION
Rides that are generally calm and gentle in nature.
Rides that generally have low speeds with gentle motion and braking.
Rides have smooth transitions with some changes in elevation and speed.
Rides that generally have low to medium speeds and/or heights with moderate motion and braking.
Riders may encounter unexpected changes in direction and/or speed during portions of the ride.
Rides that generally have medium to high speeds and/or heights with moderate to rapid braking.
Riders may encounter unexpected changes in speed, direction and/or elevation.
Rides that generally have one or more of the following: high speeds and/or heights, aggressive
and unexpected forces, and rapid directional or elevation change. Riders will encounter many
unexpected rapid changes in speed, direction and/or elevation.
BOOMERANG BAY
CATEGORY
Low Thrill Rides
Mild Thrill Rides
Moderate
Thrill Rides
High Thrill Rides
Aggressive
Thrill Rides
DESCRIPTION
This is a low speed, and or shallow water attraction.
This is a low to medium speed attraction, and/or water depth to 48 inches.
Some rider control, maneuvering and/or swimming skills required.
This is a medium speed attraction. Height and water depth may vary. Moderate or unexpected
forces can be generated during the ride. This attraction may require rider control and/or strong
swimming skills. Physical activity may be strenuous.
This is a fast paced ride experience. Riders will encounter changes in speed, direction, elevation,
strong water currents, and/or depth of water, some of which is unexpected. This attraction requires
rider body control and strong swimming skills.
This is a high speed and/or deep water attraction with turbulent turns, drops and/or strong water
currents with changes in speed, direction, elevation and/or deep water, which may be unexpected.
This attraction requires rider body control and strong swimming skills.
Key To Symbols
The following symbols and ride ratings are used to define our rides on the following pages.
Ambulatory
Prohibited for guests
with neck trouble
Maximum Speed of Ride
Must be at least this height
to ride.
Accommodates
Wheelchair
Prohibited for pregnant women
Must be accompanied by
supervising companion,
of proper height to ride
Cannot be any taller than
this to ride/participate
Transferable
Prohibited for guests who have
had recent surgery
Must be accompanied by a
child to ride/participate
Maximum Height of Ride
Prohibited for guests
with back trouble
Prohibited for guests with heart
trouble or high blood pressure
Life jacket is required
Maximum Water Depth
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Alternate Access Entrances &
Attraction Boarding Passes
Information on where guests access the ride is
posted on each Ride’s Rider Safety Sign. All guests,
regardless of point of access, are required to meet all
riding requirements for the ride, including height and
medical restrictions in order to ride/participate.
Carowinds Ride Admission Policy and Alternate
Access Entrances are designed to help you safely
experience our facilities and provide equal access to
all guests.
Here’s How It Works
• The guest with a mobility impairment or ASD
should visit Guest Services upon his/her
arrival at the park to express his/her inability to
wait in the regular line. Some questions are
asked to ensure that the rider has the required
physical criteria in order to safely experience
rides, and a Boarding Pass is issued for
the guest in question and up to 3 riding
companions.
The safety of guests and employees are our #1
priority at Carowinds. Safety is a shared partnership
between the park and our guests. Not everyone can
safely enjoy every ride. Guests are asked to review
and carefully consider the ride restrictions using good
judgment. However, we reserve the right to make the
final decision regarding the eligibility of a rider based
on a person’s size, weight, willingness to ride, or other
limitations. Please refer to your individual Rider Access
Form for rides that will safely accommodate you.
• In addition to a Boarding Pass, the guest with
a mobility impairment or ASD will receive a
“Rider Access Form” that lists the rides that
the guest with a disability can safely enjoy.
If you require the use of an Alternate Access
Entrance, please visit Guest Services or First Aid
to obtain a Rider Access Form, Boarding Pass, and
Guest Assistance Guide. The Guest Assistance Guide
explains the ride entry guidelines and procedures
and provides specific information related to each
attraction. Alternate Access Entrances are intended
to accommodate guests with mobility restrictions
or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and not to
bypass others waiting in line. This service is available
for a guest with restricted mobility or ASD and up
to three companions.
• The rider (or a member of their party) obtains
a boarding time from the ride associate at the
Alternate Access Entrance, equivalent to the
length of the ride line. The rider can then wait
comfortably away from the queue area.
• The guest listed on the Boarding Pass must
be present as a rider when a Boarding Pass is
being utilized.
• Guests may not accumulate more than one
boarding time at a time.
To provide equal access for all guests, we have
developed a Boarding Pass Program which allows
guests with mobility restrictions or Autism Spectrum
Disorder (ASD) to access rides at specified times via
the Alternate Access Entrance (usually a ride’s exit)
in order to avoid crowds and waiting in the regular
queue. Guests who are in possession of a Boarding
Pass will obtain a boarding or “ride” time on the
Boarding Pass that is equal to the anticipated wait
time for a particular ride from the ride associate at
the Alternate Access Entrance (usually a ride’s exit).
Guests can then choose to rest comfortably away
from the queue area, visit a shop, see a show or play
a game until their boarding time.
• Due to the nature of the attractions in
Boomerang Bay, Alternate Access and
Boarding Passes are only available at
Crocodile Run via the exit. Boarding Passes,
however, are required for Halloween Haunt
Mazes if the Maze has a line.
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Access Symbols
Guests Of Exceptional Size
Symbols indicate boarding procedures for each ride
and are defined below.
All passenger restraint systems, including lap
bars, shoulder harnesses and seat belts, must be
positioned and fastened properly to allow guests
to ride.
This symbol is used to identify rides where the
guest may remain in wheelchair.
Due to rider restraint system requirements, guests
of exceptional size may not be accommodated on
some of our rides. This may apply, but not be limited
to, guests who exceed 6'2" or those who exceed
225 pounds, have a 40" waistline or 52" chest.
Attractions using this symbol can
accommodate guests who are able to leave
the wheelchair on the midway and climb steps to a
second story station.
Rides using this symbol can accommodate
guests who are able to transfer from
the wheelchair to the ride unit. Guest must be
accompanied by a companion who can assist with
transfer, as Carowinds employees are not permitted
to physically assist guess with transferring from
their wheelchairs.
Our larger guests may experience difficulty on
Height Requirements
Afterburn
Ricochet
Carolina Cobra
Sling Shot
Carolina Cyclone
Southern Star
Carolina Goldrusher
Thunder Road
Drop Tower
WindSeeker
Flying Ace Aerial Chase
White Water Falls
Fury
Supervise children at all times. Your child may be
“officially” measured at the Height Check station
at Guest Services near the North Gate entrance.
They are intended to make your wait in line shorter
by streamlining the rider height measurement
process. For the safety of your child, a standard
play shoe which does not contribute excessively to
the child’s height is required. For example, a child
is not permitted to wear platform shoes to help
meet a height requirement. Carowinds reserves
the right to ask that shoes be removed to ensure
that a child’s height is not being artificially enhanced
or manipulated.
325™
Woodstock Express
Hurler
Vortex
Intimidator
Yo-Yo
Nighthawk
You may enter the ride via the exit to ensure the
restraints function properly prior to waiting in line.
Test seats are located at the entrance of Fury 325,
Nighthawk and Intimidator.
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Loose Articles: Travel Light
Additional Ride Information
When planning your day at Carowinds, it’s
best to travel light. Bring only items that can be
safely secured in cargo pockets (fastened with Velcro,
a button or zipper) or a waist pack fastened with
a zipper.
To ensure guests can hear safety instructions,
headphones must be removed before boarding.
Personal entertainment devices must be safely
secured in a cargo pocket, waist packet, left in a
locker or with a non-rider.
Most rides cannot accommodate loose articles
including cell phones, pagers, hats, cameras, stuffed
animals, purses, backpacks, umbrellas, beverage
containers, personal entertainment devices, etc.
Please refrain from eating or drinking refreshments in
our station areas. Smoking is prohibited in all ride lines
and stations. Smoking is only allowed in designated
smoking areas within the park.
Items must be safely secured in cargo pockets, a
waist pack, in a bin on the ride platform, left in a
locker, or with a non-rider. Ride Operators cannot be
responsible for these items. On Fury 325 loose items
that are not able to be stored in cargo pockets are
not permitted in line. Glasses must be secured on all
rides. On Fury 325, Intimidator, Nighthawk, Afterburn,
and Drop Tower, glasses must be secured by an
athletic strap or they cannot be worn on the ride.
For safety reasons, taking pictures, videotaping and
filming on rides is prohibited.
Camera Policy
For safety reasons, we cannot permit on ride
photography of any kind on any ride other than
the Carolina Skytower and Snoopy’s Junction.
Due to the potential for water damage,
Rip Roarin’ Rapids, Whitewater Falls and
Snoopy’s Yacht Club riders should leave their
cameras and other valuable items with a non-rider or
in a locker.
Use of camera phones or any type of photography or
video recording devices is prohibited in any rest room
or Boomerang Bay Changing area.
Lost & Found Articles
Secure all loose articles such as glasses, cellular
phones, pagers, loose change, cameras, keys,
clothing, sunglasses, hats, wallets, etc., before you
board a ride. All items found at Carowinds are turned
in to Guest Services. If you lose an item on a ride we
will search for the article as soon as possible. In order
to keep the ride in operation an immediate search
may not be possible. Please visit Guest Services to
complete paperwork to ensure the item is returned to
you if it’s found.
Special Services
We’re trying to make Carowinds as enjoyable and
barrier-free as practical. Listed below are some of the
services we offer. Please feel free to suggest areas in
which we might improve in the future.
1.On most rides where guests in wheelchairs can
be accommodated, guests will have to leave
their wheelchairs to be seated.
For your safety, do not enter unauthorized areas.
You may be seriously injured if you enter an
unauthorized area.
2. A limited supply of wheelchairs and electric
convenience vehicles (ECV) are available for
rent at the Rental Center inside each entrance.
However, since wheelchairs and ECV’s are
rented on a first-come, first-served basis and
cannot be reserved in advance, we urge guests
to bring their own wheelchair. Wheelchairs may
not be taken out of the Park gates or to the
parking lot. However, a Park associate will be
happy to provide any assistance you may need
at that time.
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3.
Ride Safely
Our First Aid station is staffed during
park operating hours. Refrigeration for
medication, with exception for bee sting
anaphylaxis kits, is available at First Aid, and
medical equipment can be stored. First Aid
is located in Carolina Boardwalk, across from
Carolina Goldrusher. A second location is in
Boomerang Bay near Kangaroo Lagoon.
Under SC State law Section 41-18-35: Requires
riders to obey all posted signs and warnings and
instructions and to behave in a manner that will not
cause or contribute to injuring themselves or others.
Riders must report all injuries before leaving. If you
have any questions please see attendant before
exiting attraction.
This includes people who are behaving in an unruly
fashion or giving the indication of being under the
influence of alcohol or chemical intoxicants.
4. All shows and most attractions are accessible.
5. Although outside food and beverages are not
allowed in the park, individuals who have special
need/diet items due to a medical condition may
bring small coolers to accommodate such needs.
While all amusement attractions have associated
risks, certain individuals are at increased risk for
injury from these attractions. Carefully evaluate each
attraction to determine if you or member of your
party can safely participate. We reserve the right
to deny access to a ride to anyone we feel may not
be able to safely experience the ride or may be a
hazard to others.
Service animals are welcome at Carowinds.
6.
Service animals must be physically controlled on
a leash or harness at all times. The service animal
relief area is located behind North gate guest
services. Due to the nature of most rides, service
animals must remain with a non-riding member
of the guest’s party. Carowinds employees are
not permitted to take control of service animals.
Guests whose service animals demonstrate
aggressive actions toward our guests or
employees will be directed to remove the
animal from the Park. Limit one service animal
per guest.
Before riding, note all safety warnings for each
ride. In general:
• Face forward and remain seated in an upright
position with your back and shoulders
against the seat back and hold on until the
ride comes to a complete stop.
• Attention Riders: Due to the nature of
our rides, backpacks, purses, electronics,
stuffed animals and other loose items are
not permitted on most rides. Glasses must
be secured. Smaller items may be secured
in cargo pockets, waist packs, left in a
locker or with a non-rider. Carowinds is not
responsible for lost items.
If you need further information or have a special
need that is not addressed here, please contact
Guest Services or call 1-800-888-4FUN.
• All passenger restraint systems, including
lap bars, shoulder harnesses and seat belts,
must be positioned, fastened and tightened at
all times.
• No picture taking while riding.
• Keep all parts of your body inside ride unit
at all times.
• Shirts are required on all rides. Shoes
may be removed before riding Afterburn,
Drop Tower, Flying Ace Aerial Chase,
Yo-Yo, White Water Falls, Intimidator
and WindSeeker.
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Basic Information
Pregnant Women
In general, all riders should be in good health and free
from any conditions known or unknown that might
be aggravated by riding. To ride, guests must have
the ability to brace themselves upright in the seat and
support their head and neck during ride movements.
Pregnant women are prohibited from riding all
rides with the exception of Carolina Skytower,
Character Carousel, Snoopy’s Junction and
Kookaburra Bay.
Prosthetic Devices
and Amputations
Casts and Braces
Guests with casts and braces will be restricted from
riding rides where the cast or brace will not fit inside
the ride unit or where it will present a hazard to the
guest or others. Any cast that prevents the arm
from bending at the elbow or the leg from bending
at the knee, are considered a “full” cast and are
restricted from most rides and slides at Carowinds
and Boomerang Bay. We suggest you delay your visit
until the cast is removed.
Guests with any type of prosthesis should not ride
Afterburn, Drop Tower, Yo-Yo, Vortex, Aerial Chase
or Nighthawk unless they can ensure the devices
is properly secured and will remain in place during
the ride. If there is any concern of the prosthesis
becoming dislodged during the ride, guests
should visit Guest Services for assistance. Due
to manufacture requirements at Fury 325 and
Intimidator, any lower body amputation must be at or
below the ankle. Due to manufacture requirements at
WindSeeker, a guest with more than one lower body
amputation below the knee is not permitted to ride.
Magnetic Fields on Rides
Magnetics are used at the following attractions:
Fury 325, Intimidator, Nighthawk, Drop Tower.
Guests with medical devices sensitive to magnetic
fields (pacemakers, hearing aids, etc.), should
consider these factors when deciding to ride.
Guests with a single amputation above the knee may
ride Afterburn, Intimidator and Fury 325 with the use
of a separate three-point harness, provided the guest
has remaining leg and arm remnants to be secured
by the separate three-point harness. Guests should
check with Guest Services to determine if they are
eligible to use the three-point harness.
Oxygen Tanks
Due to the dynamic nature of rides, oxygen tanks are
not permitted on most attractions. Please consult
with Guest Services to speak with a member of
management to discuss available rides. Oxygen
tanks are permitted in all restaurants, shops and
entertainment venues.
Riding Attire
Most rides require proper riding attire including shirts
and shoes. Shirts and shoes are required in queues
and all park pathways at all times. Swimwear is not
permitted on rides outside of the Waterpark. For your
safety, loose clothing (including scarves and other
free-flowing clothing), must be significantly secured
or removed to prevent any interference with the
ride system.
Photosensitivity / Strobe Lighting
Many attractions utilize special effects including
strobe lighting and specialty ride lights that may
impact guests with certain medical conditions.
Attractions utilizing these effects include; Fury 325,
Woodstock Express, Lucy’s Crabbie Cabbies,
Flying Ace Balloon Race, Charlie Brown Wind Up,
Afterburn, Action Theater, Boo Blasters On Boo Hill,
WindSeeker, Dodg’ems, Intimidator, Nighthawk,
and Ricochet.
In Boomerang Bay, proper swimwear is required.
Swim wear is defined as a one or two piece
swimsuit. Pants, denim, thongs, or transparent
clothing are not permitted. We reserve the right to
determine the appropriateness of swimwear.
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Recent Surgery, Heart, Back,
Neck Problems and/or Pregnancy
• White Water Fall
•WindSeeker
• Woodstock Express
• Woodstock Gliders
Guests with a history of recent surgery, heart trouble/
high blood pressure, neck trouble, back trouble,
or any other condition that may be aggravated by
riding, or who is pregnant, should carefully heed all
warning signs at each ride entrance. If you are in
doubt about your ability to safely experience a ride or
would like more rider information, please request our
Guest Assistance Guide at Guest Services.
•Yo-Yo
Boomerang Bay
• Awesome Aussie Twisters
• Bondi Beach
• Bondi Pipeline/Tasmanian Typhoon
• Crocodile Run
The ride manufacturer and Carowinds prohibit guests
with the above conditions from riding:
• Dorsal Fin Drop
•Afterburn
• Down Under Thunder
• Boo Blasters on Boo Hill
• Great Barrier Reef
• Carolina Cobra
• Jackaroo Landing
• Carolina Cyclone
• Kangaroo Lagoon
• Carolina Goldrusher
• Ripsnort Ridge/Screamin’ Wombat
•Dodg’ems
• Surfer’s Swell
• Drop Tower
• Sydney Sidewinder
• Flying Ace Aerial Chase
• Flying Ace Balloon Race
Evacuations
• Fury 325
Evacuations may be required due to such causes as
a mechanical problem, weather conditions, or power
interruption. If an evacuation is required, guests may
need to maneuver across catwalks, from the highest
point of the ride, and down steeply inclined catwalks
or steps. Ride units may also stop at tops of lifts or on
the ride course due to mechanical reasons.
•Hurler
•Intimidator
• Lucy’s Crabbie Cabbies
•Nighthawk
• Peanuts Pirates
If evacuation from a ride/attraction is required, for
safety reasons, we may evacuate ambulatory guests
prior to evacuating those guests using wheelchairs. If
so, you accept any danger due to delayed evacuation
or if we need to physically lift or lower you. If you use
your wheelchair on a ride, you are responsible for
being able to withstand the movement of the ride.
•Ricochet
•RipCord
• Rip Roarin’ Rapids
•Scrambler
• Scream Weaver
• Sling Shot
• Snoopy’s Space Race
• Snoopy’s Yacht Club
• Southern Star
• Thunder Road
•Vortex
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Definitions
Criteria
Every ride entrance lists height requirements and
special instructions regarding the ride. Carowinds
uses the following terms:
Carowinds Ride Admission Policy is designed to
allow our guests to participate in the enjoyment of our
Parks as much as possible. The policy was developed
by analyzing the Neutral Criteria required to safely
ride each particular ride. Each ride was evaluated for
the criteria necessary for an individual to ride safely.
It is our policy to allow anyone to ride who meets all
these requirements and is not a hazard to himself
or others. We continue to evaluate and update our
Ride Admission Policy as necessary.
Supervising Companion: A supervising companion
is someone who meets all the requirements to ride
the ride themselves, is 16 years of age or older, and
demonstrates appropriate observed behavior.
Whenever a guest needs accompaniment, the
accompanying person must meet all the ride
requirements, as well as assist the guest. This
includes helping the guests in the boarding and
exiting of the ride, assisting the guest in maintaining
postural control while riding, and assisting the
guest down stairs, catwalks, or ladders in case of
an evacuation.
The evaluation of each ride considered the following
criteria which may be required to ride a particular
ride safely.
1.Ability to exhibit independent seated
postural control under the dynamic
conditions of the ride.
Explanation: The rider must have the body
and spinal control to sit upright without the aid
of other people or devices. The rider must also
have sufficient muscle control to support their
head, neck and upper torso during the course
of the ride, including the dynamic motion of the
ride. Certain ride units such as carrousel horses
require the ability to form a saddle posture with
the guest’s thighs.
Hand-held Infant: A hand-held infant is a child who
is unable to walk to the ride unit independently or
maintain independent seated postural control.
Functioning Extremity: A functioning extremity
is a limb over which a person has control. At most
attractions a prosthetic device may be considered a
functioning extremity.
Ability to hold on or brace: Ability to use one’s
arms to maintain a grasp on an assist bar and support
one’s body during normal and emergency procedures
on a ride and to use one’s legs to brace to maintain a
seated position during the forces of the ride.
Required for ALL rides and attractions with the
following exceptions:
• Carousel – riders that do not meet the
above requirement must be seated with a
supervising companion in a chariot.
Full-Arm and Full-Leg Casts: Any cast that prevents
the arm from bending at the elbow or the leg from
bending at the knee is considered a “full” cast.
• Carolina Skytower – not required
Riders that do not meet the above requirement
may ride with a supervising companion on the
following:
• Carolina Skytower
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Crocodile Run
• Great Barrier Reef
• Bondi Beach
• Kookaburra Bay
• Wallaby Wharf
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2.Appropriate center of gravity.
Explanation: The rider’s body must have the
appropriate weight distribution for that ride.
3.Ability to hold on with one functioning arm.
Explanation: A functioning arm is an upper
extremity or prosthesis exhibiting good grip
control, the ability to brace, and strong enough
to allow the guest to maintain the proper riding
position throughout the duration of the ride. Any
arm prosthesis must remain properly secured
under the dynamic forces of the ride. Due to
manufacturer requirements, some rides may
exclude prosthetics.
Required for ALL rides and attractions with the
following exceptions:
• Carousel – riders that do not meet the
above requirement must be seated with a
supervising companion in a chariot.
Riders must have sufficient lower extremities
to ensure the ride restraint system adequately
restrains them on the following attractions:
Required for ALL rides and attractions with the
following exceptions:
• Carousel – riders that do not meet the
above requirement must be seated with a
supervising companion in a chariot.
•Afterburn
• Drop Tower
• Flying Ace Aerial Chase
Not required on the following:
• RipCord – proper functioning of flight suit must
be maintained.
• Carolina Skytower
• Snoopy’s Junction
Not required on the following:
• Bondi Beach
• Boo Blasters On Boo Hill
• Crocodile Run
• Carolina Cobra
• Great Barrier Reef
• Carolina Cyclone
• Jackaroo Landing
• Carolina Skytower
• Kangaroo Lagoon
• Scream Weaver
• Kookaburra Bay
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Wallaby Wharf
• Snoopy’s Yacht Club
4.Ability to hold on with two
functioning arms.
Explanation: Ability to hold on with two
functioning arms as defined above.
• Woodstock Gliders
• Bondi Beach
• Crocodile Run
• Great Barrier Reef
Required for the following rides and attractions:
• Jackaroo Landing
• Ripsnort Ridge/Screamin’ Wombat
• Kangaroo Lagoon
• Kookaburra Bay
• Wallaby Wharf
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5.Ability to brace self with one functioning leg.
Explanation: Riders must have one functioning
leg to be used for bracing the body during the
course of the ride. A functioning leg may be a
normal leg or a prosthesis which can be used for
bracing. Any leg prosthesis must remain properly
secured under the dynamic forces of the ride. Due
to manufacturer requirements, some rides may
exclude prosthetics.
8.Minimum of three functioning extremities.
Explanation: Riders must have a minimum
of three functioning extremities (two legs and
one arm or two arms and one leg) to brace
themselves (with tripod bracing) during the ride.
Required for ALL rides and attractions with
the following exceptions:
• Bondi Beach
• Crocodile Run
Required for ALL rides and attractions with the
following exceptions:
• Great Barrier Reef
• Bondi Beach
• Jackaroo Landing
• Crocodile Run
• Kangaroo Lagoon
• Great Barrier Reef
• Kookaburra Bay
• Jackaroo Landing
• Wallaby Wharf
• Kangaroo Lagoon
9.Ability to enter/exit ride within specified
parameters without endangering self
or others.
Explanation: Riders must be able to enter and
exit the ride without jeopardizing themselves or
others and to assist with their own evacuation,
if necessary. This may include special
arrangements such as entering through the exit
or having someone aid you in boarding. For the
safety of our team members and riders, ride
operators are instructed not to perform any lifting
of riders, other than in the children’s area.
• Kookaburra Bay
• Wallaby Wharf
6.Ability to brace self with two
functioning legs.
Explanation: Riders must have two functioning
legs to be used for bracing the body during the
course of the ride and maintaining balance when
entering and exiting a ride unit. A functioning leg
may be a normal leg or a prosthesis (see page
6 for Prosthetic Devices) which can be used
for bracing.
Riders that do not meet the above requirement
may ride with a supervising companion on
the following rides. Riders must meet this
requirement in order to ride all other rides.
7.Minimum of two functioning extremities.
Explanation: Riders must have a minimum of
two functioning extremities (two legs, two arms,
or one arm and one leg) to brace themselves
during the ride and assist in entering and exiting
the ride unit.
•Carousel
• Carolina Skytower
• Snoopy’s Junction
Required for the following rides and attractions:
• Kookaburra Bay
• Jackaroo Landing
• Wallaby Wharf
• Kangaroo Lagoon
Riders that do not meet the above requirement
may ride with a supervising companion on
the following:
• Bondi Beach
• Crocodile Run
• Great Barrier Reef
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10.Appropriate observed behavior:
Explanation: Riders demonstrates appropriate
observed behavior indicating a willingness
and ability to participate and/or follow rider
requirements. Appropriate observed behavior
may include, but not be limited to maintaining
proper riding position, attention and compliance
to safety instructions, proper use of all ride safety
equipment and willingness to participate.
Riders have a duty to:
11.Casts and Braces
Explanation: Riders with casts and braces
will be restricted from riding rides where the
cast or brace will not fit inside the ride unit or
where it will present a hazard to the guest or
others. Riders with full arm (elbow restricted)
and full leg (knee restricted) casts or braces are
restricted from most rides and water slides at
Carowinds. We suggest you delay your visit
until the cast is removed. Braces with exposed
metal parts are not permitted on the slides in the
Boomerang Bay.
• exercise good judgment
• act in a responsible manner while using
amusement rides
Forearm Cast – riders with a forearm cast will
NOT be able to ride the following rides:
• obey all warnings prior and during
participation
•Afterburn
• not participate while under the influence of
alcohol or drugs
•Intimidator
• properly use all ride safety equipment
provided
•Vortex
• Fury 325
• Ripsnort Ridge/Screamin’ Wombat
Riders that do not meet the above requirement
may ride with a supervising companion on the
following rides. All other rides require riders to
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior.
Full Arm Cast – riders with a full arm cast will
only be able to ride the following rides:
• Boo Blasters On Boo Hill
• Boo Blasters On Boo Hill
• Carolina Skytower
• Carolina Skytower
•Carousel
•Dodg’ems
• Charlie Brown’s Wind Up
• Scream Weaver
•Dodg’ems
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Flying Ace Balloon Race
• Bondi Beach
• Woodstock Gliders
• Crocodile Run
• Scream Weaver
• Great Barrier Reef
•Scrambler
• Kookaburra Bay
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Wallaby Wharf
• Snoopy’s vs. Red Baron
• Woodstock Whirlybirds
• WindSeeker — cast must fit comfortable
inside ride unit
• Snoopy’s Space Race
• Snoopy’s Yacht Club
•Yo-Yo
• Crocodile Run
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• Bondi Beach and Great Barrier Reef –
Water depth may be restricted.
• Platypus Plunge
• Jackaroo Landing – May not ride slides.
• Surfer’s Swell
• Ripsnort Ridge/Screamin’ Wombat
• Kangaroo Lagoon – May not ride slides.
• Sydney Sidewinder
• Kookaburra Bay
Full Leg Cast – riders with a full leg cast will only
be able to ride the following rides as long as the
cast fits comfortably in the ride unit:
• Wallaby Wharf
Braced Arm Cast – riders with a braced arm
cast will only be able to ride the following rides:
• Boo Blasters On Boo Hill
• Boo Blasters On Boo Hill
•Skytower
• Carolina Skytower
• Carousel – must ride chariot
•Carousel
• Flying Ace Balloon Race
• Flying Ace Balloon Race
• Lucy’s Crabbie Cabbies
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Peanuts Pirates
• Snoopy’s Space Race
• Rip Roaring Rapids
• Snoopy’s Yacht Club
•Scrambler
• Snoopy’s vs. Red Baron
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Jackaroo Landing – May not ride slides.
• Snoopy Space Race
• Kangaroo Lagoon – May not ride slides.
• Snoopy’s Yacht Club
• Kookaburra Bay
• Woodstock Gliders
• Wallaby Wharf
• Woodstock Whirlybirds
Foot or Lower Leg Cast – riders with a foot
or lower leg cast will NOT be able to ride the
following rides:
• Bondi Beach and Great Barrier Reef –
Water depth may be restricted.
• Jackaroo Landing – May not ride slides.
• Sling Shot
• Kangaroo Lagoon – May not ride slides.
• Fury 325
• Kookaburra Bay
•Intimidator
• Wallaby Wharf
•Vortex
Cervical Collar or Neck Brace – riders with a
cervical collar or neck brace will only be able to
ride the following rides:
•Afterburn
•RipCord
•Nighthawk
• Boo Blasters On Boo Hill
• Awesome Aussie Twister
• Carolina Skytower
• Bondi Pipeline/Tasmanian Typhoon
•Carousel
• Dorsal Fin Drop
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Down Under Thunder
• Snoopy’s Space Race
• Jackaroo Landing – May not ride slides.
• Yacht Club
• Kangaroo Lagoon – May not ride slides.
• Jackaroo Landing – May not participate on
heighted activity area or ride slides.
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• Kangaroo Lagoon – May not participate on
heighted activity area or ride slides
Prosthetics are NOT allowing on the following:
• Fury 325
• Kookaburra Bay
•Intimidator
• Wallaby Wharf
13.Hand Held Infants
Explanation: Hand held infants (children who
are unable to independently walk or maintain
seated postural control) will only be able to ride
the following rides as long as the infant has a
supervising companion:
Broken Collar Bone – riders with a broken collar
bone will only be able to ride the following rides:
• Carolina Skytower
•Carousel
• Charlie Brown’s Wind Up
• Carolina Skytower
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Carousel – in a chariot
• Snoopy’s Space Race
• Snoopy’s Junction
• Yacht Club
• Crocodile Run
• Snoopy vs. Red Baron
• Bondi Beach – Water depth may be
restricted.
• Boo Blasters On Boo Hill
•Yo-Yo
• Great Barrier Reef – Water depth may be
restricted.
• Jackaroo Landing – May not participate on
heighted activity area or ride slides.
• Kookaburra Bay
• Kangaroo Lagoon – May not participate on
heighted activity area or ride slides.
• Wallaby Wharf
• Jackaroo Landing – Not permitted to
participate on heightened activity area.
May not ride slides.
• Kookaburra Bay
• Wallaby Wharf
• Kangaroo Lagoon – Not permitted to
participate on heightened activity area.
May not ride slides.
12.Prosthetics
Explanation: Riders with any type of prosthesis
should not ride unless they can ensure the device
is properly secured and will remain in place during
the ride. All riders must be able to maintain the
proper riding positioning. Additionally, prosthetic
devices with exposed metal parts are not
permitted on most Boomerang Bay attractions.
Riders should visit Guest Services or First Aid
prior to riding to ensure a safe riding experience.
RIDES
Each of the following attractions will identify the
restrictions according to the criteria itemized above.
Specific references to the criteria may be identified
in parenthesis. In order to participate on attractions,
riders must generally have seated postural control,
appropriate center of gravity, appropriate observed
behavior, and the ability to enter and exit the ride
safely. Specific exceptions or qualifications to
those four criteria will be noted in the information
provided below.
The manufacturers of the following rides require
that riders with prosthetic devices provide
Carowinds with documentation from the provider
of their prosthetic device to guarantee that the
device has been designed to remain securely
in place while exceeding a maximum speed of
120 miles per hour with maximum G forces from
-1.5 G’s to 5G’s with a sufficient safety factor for
single point failure items:
• Drop Tower (leg prosthesis only)
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Afterburn
Y E Y G E
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 54"
Boo Blasters on Boo Hill 
F N N
46"

 
Carolina Cobra
Y
Y S1 Y
E
Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Carolina Cyclone
Y
Y S1 Y
E
Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Carolina Goldrusher
Y Y Y G1 Y
Y
Y Y N N
N N N N 48"
Carolina Skytower
Y 
46"

 Y
Character Carousel
C1 C1 C1
H
C C1 Y
46"
 C1
Charlie Brown’s Wind Up Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N
N N N N 36"
X
Dodg’ems
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y  N N
N F N N 48"
Drop Tower
Y E Y G1 E
Y
Y Y N N N N N N N 54"
Fury 325
Y Y Y G4
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 54"
Flying Ace Aerial Chase
Y E Y
E
Y Y N N N N N N N 44" 76" 54"
Flying Ace Balloon Race Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N
F N N
48"
Hurler
Y Y Y G Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Intimidator
Y Y Y G4
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 54"
Lucy’s Crabbie Cabbie
Y Y Y G Y
Y Y Y N N N N F N N 36"
40"
X
Nighthawk
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 54" 81"
PEANUTS™ Pirates
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N N N F N N 40"
48"
Ricochet
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 44"
54"
RipCord
Y Q
Q Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Rip Roarin’ Rapids
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N N N F N N 46"
Scrambler
Y Y Y G1 Y L Y
Y Y N N
N F N N 36"
48"
Scream Weaver
Y
Y
Y
Y Y  N N
N N N N 54"
Sling Shot
Y Y Y G3 Y
Y
Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Snoopy’s Junction
46"

 
 Y
Snoopy’s Space Race
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y
F N N
X
Snoopy’s Yacht Club
Y
Y
Y
Y Y Y
F F N N
Snoopy vs. Red Baron
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N
N N N 36"
X
Southern Star
Y Y Y G Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48" 76"
Thunder Road
Y Y Y G Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Vortex
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 54"
WhiteWater Falls
Y Y Y
Y
Y
Y Y N N N N N N N 46"
WindSeeker
Y Y Y
E1
Y
Y Y N N F N N N N 52"
Woodstock Express
Y Y Y G Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 40"
46"
Woodstock Gliders
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y Y N N
F F N N 36"
44"
Woodstock Whirlybirds
F F F N N
42"
 

 Y N
Yo-Yo
Y Y Y G Y
Y Y Y N
N N N N 48"
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Life Jacket Requirement
Must be XX years of age
Less Than 54" or Accompanied by Child
Riders Under 54"
Or Accompanied By a Supervising companion
Maximum Height Restriction
Minimum Height Requirement
Accommodate Service Animal
Hand Held Infants
Full Leg Cast
Braced Armed Cast
Full Arm Cast
Broken Collar Bone
Cervical Collar or Neck Brace
Appropriate Observed Behavior
Ability to Enter/Exit Ride Safely
Three Functioning Extremities
Two Functioning Extremities
Two Functioning Legs
One Functioning Leg
Two Functioning Arms
One Functioning Arm
Appropriate Center of Gravity
Seated Postural Control
RIDES
Awesome Aussie Twister
Bondi Pipeline/
Tasmanian Typhoon
Crocodile Run
Dorsal Fin Drop
Down Under Thunder
Great Barrier Reef &
Bondi Beach
Jackaroo Landing
Kangaroo Lagoon
Kookaburra Bay
Platypus Plunge
Ripsnort Ridge/
Screamin’ Wombat
Surfer’s Swell
Sydney Sidewinder
Wallaby Wharf
Y
N
X

C
C1
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"

Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y
Y



Y
Y

Y Y Y
Y
Y
Y Y
Y
Y
Y Y Y
Y Y Y

Must have this criteria in order to ride.
May not ride if has one of these conditions
Must meet this requirement.
Accompanied by a supervising companion.
Must ride in chariot on a carousel.
Must ride in chariot and be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
EThe guest must have sufficient lower
extremities to ensure the ride restraint system
adequately restrains him.
E1 Guest must have a minimum of one full
functioning leg (excluding prosthesis) and one
leg amputated below the knee.
F Cast must fit comfortably inside ride unit.
G Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest
has a normal center of gravity and the lower
extremities are sufficiently strong to maintain
proper riding posture under the dynamic
conditions of the ride. Amputation must be at
knee or below.
Y
Y
Y
Life Jacket Requirement
Must be XX years of age
Less Than 54" or Accompanied by Child
Riders Under 54"
Accompanied By a Supervising companion
Maximum Height Restriction
Minimum Height Requirement
Accommodate Service Animal
Hand Held Infants
Full Leg Cast
Braced Armed Cast
Full Arm Cast
Broken Collar Bone
Cervical Collar or Neck Brace
Appropriate Observed Behavior
Ability to Enter/Exit Ride Safely
Three Functioning Extremities
Two Functioning Extremities
Two Functioning Legs
One Functioning Leg
Two Functioning Arms
One Functioning Arm
Appropriate Center of Gravity
Seated Postural Control
BOOMERANG BAY
WATERPARK
Y  N N
N N  N
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 42"
42"
48"
48"
48"
Y  N N Z N Z Z N
42"
48"
Y
Y

Y Y
Y O/U O/U U U U V N
Y O/U O/U U U U V N

 N
Y N N N N N N N
X
X
X
36"
Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
Y Y Y N N N N N N N 48"
 
 N
G1Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of
one functioning arm and one functioning leg if
the guest has a normal center of gravity and
the lower extremities are sufficiently strong
to maintain proper riding posture under the
dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
G3 Two functioning arms are sufficient if the guest
has a normal center of gravity and the lower
extremities are sufficiently strong to maintain
prober riding posture under the dynamic
conditions of the ride. Amputations must be at
the knee of below.
G4 Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest
has normal center of gravity and the lower
extremities are sufficiently strong to maintain
proper riding posture under the dynamic
conditions of the ride. Amputations must be
below the ankle.
H Must have ability to straddle the ride unit.
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L Guest may have two functioning legs instead of
two functioning arms.
P Cast must be padded.
Q Proper functioning of the flight suit must
be maintained.
S1 Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of
one functioning arm and one functioning leg if
the guest is able to form a saddle posture with
leg remnants sufficient to brace self upright in
the seat against the shoulder harness.
O Not permitted to participate on heighted
activity area.
U May not ride slides.
V May be seated with a supervising companion
in the pools, but is not permitted on attractions
Z Participation or water depth may be restricted
if necessary.
Z Participation or water depth may be restricted
if necessary and must be accompanied by a
Supervising Companion.
Afterburn
Boo Blasters on Boo Hill
32-passenger, inverted steel coaster with floorless
cars suspended below the track. Takes guests on six
inversions including a space drop, a vertical loop, an
Immelmann, a zero “g” roll, a batwing, a flat spin and
finally into a spiral.
A ghost-busting interactive dark ride where
passengers travel through an old southern plantation
to capture ghosts with “Frightlights.” An onboard
computer keeps track of each rider’s score. The
Mansion features 80 animated props, 16 individual
scenes, and 77 targets.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Riders must have sufficient lower extremities to
ensure the ride restraint system adequately restrains.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Must have the ability to hold on with one functioning
arm. A functioning arm is an upper extremity or
prosthesis exhibiting good grip control, the ability
to brace, and strong enough to allow the guest to
maintain the proper riding position throughout the
duration of the ride. Riders must have one functioning
leg to be used for bracing the body during the course
of the ride. A functioning leg may be a normal leg
or prosthesis which can be used for bracing and
maintaining balance when entering and exiting
ride unit.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below and the guest must
have sufficient lower extremities to ensure the ride
restraint system adequately restrains him. However
guests with an amputated leg above the knee may
ride Afterburn with the use of a separate threepoint harness, provided the three-point harness can
adequately restrain him.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Full leg casts must be able to fit completely inside
ride unit in order to ride.
Alternate Access is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants are not allowed to ride. Service
animals are not allowed to ride.
Guests with cervical, neck brace and or a broken
collar bone are not allowed to ride. Casts are
not allowed.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting. Rides will
experience theatrical lighting, loud noises and dark
rooms themed to a haunted house.
Alternate Access Entrance is at the Entrance.
Guests using wheel chairs should enter through
ride entrance. Press the elevator intercom button for
assistance from a ride operator.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Carolina Cobra
Carolina Cyclone
A high speed looping coaster that goes forwards and
backwards, turning riders upside down six times. The
restraint mechanism is a shoulder harness designed
to secure across the chest.
A quadruple-loop roller coaster with trains spinning
through two 360-degree vertical loops, two
360-degree barrel rolls and a 450-degree uphill helix.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Must have the ability to hold on with one functioning
arm. A functioning arm is an upper extremity or
prosthesis exhibiting good grip control, the ability
to brace, and strong enough to allow the guest to
maintain the proper riding position throughout the
duration of the ride. Riders must have one functioning
leg to be used for bracing the body during the course
of the ride. A functioning leg may be a normal leg
or prosthesis which can be used for bracing and
maintaining balance when entering and exiting ride
unit. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of one functioning arm and one functioning leg
if the guest is able to form a saddle posture with
leg remnants sufficient to brace self upright in the
seat against the shoulder harness. Riders must
have sufficient lower extremities to ensure the ride
restraint system adequately restrains.
Must have the ability to hold on with one functioning
arm. A functioning arm is an upper extremity or
prosthesis exhibiting good grip control, the ability
to brace, and strong enough to allow the guest to
maintain the proper riding position throughout the
duration of the ride. Riders must have one functioning
leg to be used for bracing the body during the course
of the ride. A functioning leg may be a normal leg
or prosthesis which can be used for bracing and
maintaining balance when entering and exiting ride
unit. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of one functioning arm and one functioning leg
if the guest is able to form a saddle posture with
leg remnants sufficient to brace self upright in the
seat against the shoulder harness. Riders must
have sufficient lower extremities to ensure the ride
restraint system adequately restrains.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is a ride exit.
Alternate Access entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Carolina Goldrusher
Carolina Skytower
A wood and steel coaster which reaches speeds of
30 mph. The lap bar must be lowered and seat belt
must be fastened and tightened securely at all times.
Air-conditioned cabin travels up the 320-foot tower,
allowing guests a bird’s-eye-view of the entire
theme park.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders that are unable to have the body and spinal
control to sit upright without the aid of other
people or devices, must be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
Must have the ability to hold on with one functioning
arm. A functioning arm is an upper extremity or
prosthesis exhibiting good grip control, the ability
to brace, and strong enough to allow the guest to
maintain the proper riding position throughout the
duration of the ride. Riders must have one functioning
leg to be used for bracing the body during the course
of the ride. A functioning leg may be a normal leg
or prosthesis which can be used for bracing and
maintaining balance when entering and exiting ride
unit. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of
one functioning arm and one functioning leg if the
guest has a normal center of gravity and the lower
extremities are sufficiently strong to maintain proper
riding posture under the dynamic conditions of the
ride. Amputation must be at knee or below.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements. Riders who do not demonstrate
appropriate observed behavior, must be accompanied
by a supervising companion.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants are allowed to ride only with a
supervising companion. Service animals are allowed.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, braced arm cast, or full leg cast are not allowed
to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit. Press
the elevator intercom button for assistance from a
ride operator.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Character Carousel
Charlie Brown Wind Up
An antique carousel built in 1923 that features
68 hand-carved wooden horses. Chariot
seating available.
A miniature swing ride for children that takes
guests for a spin. The swings are free hanging and
suspended from an elevated, turning and slanting
pylon. Seat belt must be fastened securely between
the legs of each rider at all times.
Riders must have ability to straddle the ride unit.
Riders that are unable to have the body and spinal
control to sit upright without the aid of other people
or devices, must ride in a chariot and be accompanied
by a supervising companion. Riders without
appropriate center gravity for this ride, must ride
in a chariot and be accompanied by a supervising
companion. Riders without appropriate center
gravity for this ride, must ride in a chariot and be
accompanied by a supervising companion.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders needing assistance to enter and exit the ride
without jeopardizing themselves or others and to
assist with their own evacuation if necessary, must
be accompanied by a supervising companion. Riders
must demonstrate appropriate observed behavior
indicating a willingness and ability to participate
and/or follow rider requirements. Riders who do
not demonstrate appropriate observed behavior,
must ride in a chariot and be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with full leg cast must ride in chariot.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, braced arm
cast, or full leg cast are not allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants are allowed to ride only in a chariot
with a supervising companion. Service animals
are allowed.
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Dodg’ems
Drop Tower
Bumper car ride. If guests cannot steer and depress
accelerator while seated normally, another individual
must accompany the guest to drive. The shoulder
restraint must be worn across the chest and under
the arms of each rider at all times.
Four open-air transport lifts with four seats each raise
riders at 16 feet/second to the top of a tower of thrills
and promises them a 160-foot freefall at 56 mph
before being stopped by a magnetic braking system.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Riders must have sufficient lower extremities to
ensure the ride restraint system adequately restrains.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of
one functioning arm and one functioning leg if the
guest has a normal center of gravity and the lower
extremities are sufficiently strong to maintain proper
riding posture under the dynamic conditions of the
ride. Amputation must be at knee or below.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements. Riders who do not demonstrate
appropriate observed behavior, must be accompanied
by a supervising companion.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone or braced arm cast are not allowed to ride. Full
leg cast must fit comfortably inside the ride unit.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Warning: This ride contains Strobe Lighting
Warning: Due to strong magnetic fields, guests with
pacemakers, hearing aids, medical implants, or other
electronic devices are prohibited from riding.
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Flying Ace Aerial Chase
Flying Ace Balloon Race
Take a spin with Snoopy the Flying Ace on Balloon
gondolas that move up and down in a circular motion.
Seat belts must be fastened and tightened securely
at all times.
This coaster takes guests on a high-flying adventure
in ski-lift style seats that are suspended below the
coaster track. It’s nonstop action as riders race around
the track.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Riders must have sufficient lower extremities to
ensure the ride restraint system adequately restrains.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Must have the ability to hold on with one functioning
arm. A functioning arm is an upper extremity or
prosthesis exhibiting good grip control, the ability
to brace, and strong enough to allow the guest to
maintain the proper riding position throughout the
duration of the ride. Riders must have sufficient
lower extremities to ensure the ride restraint system
adequately restrains.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Guests with cervical or neck brace, or broken collar
bone are not allowed to ride. Full leg casts must be
able to fit completely inside ride unit in order to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Warning: This ride contains Strobe Lighting.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Fury 325™
Hurler™
Fury 325 is 325 feet tall and 6,602 feet long reaching
speeds up to 95 mph. The ride will last over
3 minutes. This ride may not accommodate guests
of exceptional size. The lap bar must be lowered and
seat belt must be fastened and tightened securely at
all times.
A wooden roller coaster that sends guests on a
50-mph, lightning-speed ride. The lap bar must
be lowered and seat belt must be fastened and
tightened securely at all times.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be below the ankle. However guests with an
amputated leg above the knee may ride Fury 325
with the use of a separate three-point harness,
provided the three-point harness can adequately
restrain him.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit. An elevator
is located underneath the station to the left of the exit
stairs. Press the intercom button for assistance from
a ride operator.
Guests with cervical or neck brace, or broken collar
bone are not allowed to ride Casts are not allowed.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit. Elevator is
located to left of store. Press the elevator intercom
button for assistance from a ride operator
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Warning: This ride contains Strobe Lighting
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Intimidator™
Lucy’s Crabbie Cabbies
Intimidator is over 232 feet tall and 5,316 feet long
reaching speeds up to 80mph. There are 7 extreme
drops and the ride lasts over 3 minutes. This ride may
not accommodate guests of exceptional size. The lap
bar must be lowered and seat belt must be fastened
and tightened securely at all time.
A miniature roller coaster that takes guests on a
high‑speed taxi ride courtesy of Lucy. The track’s
15-foot peak makes the attraction perfect for a
child’s first roller coaster. Children and parents can
experience the ride together. The lap bar must
be lowered and seat belt must be fastened and
tightened securely at all times.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider’s body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of
three functioning extremities if the guest has a normal
center of gravity and lower extremities are sufficiently
strong to maintain proper riding posture under the
dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation must be
below the ankle. However guests with an amputated
leg above the knee may ride Intimidator with the
use of a separate three-point harness provided the
three‑point harness can adequately restrain him.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements. Riders with a cervical collar, neck
brace, broken collar bone or braced arm cast are not
allowed to ride. Full leg cast must fit comfortably
inside the ride unit.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Guests with cervical or neck brace, or broken collar
bone are not allowed to ride Casts are not allowed.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit. Guests
using wheelchairs should enter through the special
designated entrance to the right of the main ride
entrance. Press the elevator intercom button for
assistance from a ride operator.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Warning: This ride utilizes magnetic systems during
the ride.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Nighthawk
Peanuts™ Pirates
The Carolina’s first flying coaster that rides through
eight inversions, most while flying facedown,
zooming toward the ground and turning skyward
just in time for the next inversion. The unique rider
position offers breathtaking and virtually unobstructed
views of the park.
Ahoy Mateys! Navigate these rotating mini-pirate
ships! Pivot, twist and turn a full 180 degrees while
sloping up and down along the ocean bottom terrain.
The lap bar must be lowered and seat belt must be
fastened and tightened securely at all times.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Riders must have two functioning leg to
be used for bracing the body during the course of
the ride and maintaining balance when entering and
exiting ride unit. A functioning leg may be a normal
leg or a prosthesis which can be used for bracing.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone or braced arm cast are not allowed to ride. Full
leg cast must fit comfortably inside the ride unit.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Alternate Access entrance is at ride exit. Guests may
use the wheelchair left via a special entrance located
just before the exit stairs.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Ricochet
RipCord
A “wild mouse” roller coaster featuring 17 curves that
will drop, twist, bank and curl riders through the 1200
ft-long track. The lap bar must be lowered and seat
belt must be fastened and tightened securely at all
times.
A ride that features a 150 foot tethered freefall at
nearly 65 miles per hour. Guests wear a full body
harness that supports the flyer in a prone position.
The harness is connected to the flight support
cables. The scale of flight is so dramatic that flyers
accelerate to 60 to 80mph and receive the sensation
of hang‑gliding. Maximum recommended weight
limit is 850 pounds per flight.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control
to sit upright without the aid of other people or
devices. Proper functioning of the flight suit must
be maintained, for riders without appropriate
center gravity.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and
a leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing)
during the ride. Must have the ability to hold on
with two functioning arms. A functioning arm is an
upper extremity or prosthesis exhibiting good grip
control, the ability to brace, and strong enough to
allow the guest to maintain the proper riding position
throughout the duration of the ride. Proper functioning
of the flight suit must be maintained, for riders
without appropriate center gravity.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Note: This is an extra charge attraction.
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Rip Roarin’ Rapids
Scrambler
A man made river where passengers ride in round
boats through and around rapids, geysers, canyons
and waterfalls. Rafts float and bounce down highspeed rapids, often rotating rapidly after impacting
with the bank of the river. You will get soaked. Guests
must transfer in and out of wet rafts. Seat belts must
be fastened and tightened securely at all times.
Rotating cars are mounted on counter rotating arms,
which produce strong accelerations, changing force
and direction rapidly. Seat belt must be fastened and
tightened securely at all times.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guest must have minimum of two functioning
extremities (one arm and one leg). Two functioning
arms are sufficient instead of one functioning arm and
one functioning leg if the guest has a normal center
of gravity and the lower extremities are sufficiently
strong to maintain proper riding posture under the
dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation must be
at knee or below.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, or braced arm cast are not allowed to ride. Full
leg cast must fit comfortably inside the ride unit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Alternate Access Entrance is through the special
marked gate on the ride entrance ramp. This exit has
32 steps that may be difficult to negotiate.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Scream Weaver
Sling Shot
Gondolas connected to a large wheel that starts
spinning in a horizontal position and then tilts to a
vertical position, sending riders into an upside down
orbit. To enter ride, guest must maneuver into a free
swinging car suspended one foot above the ground.
Cabin door must remain closed at all times.
A two-person capsule that is attached to steel cables
and propels riders into the air. Riders will experience
weightlessness, rapid movements from side to side,
and rapidly changing forces and directions. A shoulder
harness and seat belt secures each rider over the
shoulders and across the seat.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Two functioning arms are sufficient if the guest has
a normal center of gravity and lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at the knee or below.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements. Riders who do not demonstrate
appropriate observed behavior, must be accompanied
by a supervising companion.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, braced arm cast, or full leg cast are not allowed
to ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Note: This is an extra charge attraction.
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Snoopy’s Junction
Snoopy’s Space Race
Children and parents are all aboard on the 2-minute
ride on Snoopy’s train! Join Snoopy and Woodstock
on an adventure as their story unfolds during the trip.
A space rocket trip that goes in circles. Seat belt must
be fastened and tightened securely at all times.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider’s body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders that are unable to have the body and spinal
control to sit upright without the aid of other people
or devices, must be accompanied by a supervising
companion.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Riders needing assistance to enter and exit the ride
without jeopardizing themselves or others and to
assist with their own evacuation if necessary, must
be accompanied by a supervising companion. Riders
must demonstrate appropriate observed behavior
indicating a willingness and ability to participate and/
or follow rider requirements. Riders who do not
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior, must be
accompanied by a supervising companion.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Full leg casts must be able to fit completely inside
ride unit in order to ride.
Hand-Held infants are allowed to ride only with a
supervising companion. Service animals are allowed.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Snoopy’s Yacht Club
Snoopy vs. Red Baron
Children sail and glide in mini speed boats each with
its own anchor bell. Only one adult per boat. Seat belt
must be fastened and tightened securely at all times.
Miniature “bi-planes” that dip and climb on a spinning
adventure. Seat belts must be fastened and tightened
securely at all times.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider’s body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Braced arm cast and/or full leg casts must be able to
fit completely inside ride unit in order to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Guests with cervical or neck brace, braced arm cast
or full leg casts are not allowed.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Southern Star
Thunder Road™
A giant looping Viking ship that swings backward
and forward, then turns a series of two complete
loops, suspending riders upside down 80 feet in the
air. Riders experience sudden speed changes and
controlled freefall and the ship swings through its
360 degree cycle.
Twin wooden roller coasters that take guests on a
race through two states. The lap bar must be lowered
and seat belt must be fastened and tightened
securely at all times.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit. Press the
intercom button for assistance from a ride operator.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Vortex™
Whitewater Falls
Stand-up steel roller coaster that travels through a
vertical loop, up and into an oblique loop, down into a
carousel and finally into a flat spin.
Guests are loaded into 20 passenger boats and
taken to the top of a lift for a brief ride through the
treetops in a natural setting before being treated to
a spectacular plunge into a huge splashdown area,
creating a giant wave of water.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider’s body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm) to brace
themselves (with tripod bracing) during the ride.
Guests must have a minimum of two functioning
extremities (one arm and one leg) to brace
themselves during the ride and assist in entering and
exiting the ride unit.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Guests with cervical or neck brace, or broken collar
bone are not allowed to ride. Casts are not allowed.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit. Press the
intercom button for assistance from a ride operator.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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WindSeeker
Woodstock Express
WindSeeker ascends nearly 301 feet while spreading
its metal arms swinging riders at a 45 degree angle
at speeds up to 30 miles per hour above the park.
Seated in 32 two-person swings, riders will begin
rotating in a circular motion as the swings climb the
tower providing riders with a sensational feeling
as their feet dangle at heights never experienced
before. Each seat has an individual over the shoulder
lap bar and seat belt that must be fastened at all
times. This ride may not accommodate guests of
exceptional size.
Wooden roller coaster that speeds guests through
five turns and two levels. The lap bar must be
fastened and tightened securely at all times. Riders
must have the body and spinal control to sit upright
without the aid of other people or devices. Rider's
body must have the appropriate weight distribution
for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
The guest must have minimum of two functioning
extremities. The guest must have a minimum of one
full functioning leg (excluding prosthesis) and one leg
amputated below the knee.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, braced arm cast, or full leg cast are not allowed
to ride. Braced arm cast must fit comfortably inside
the ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Warning: this ride contains strobe lighting.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride entrance..
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Woodstock Gliders
Woodstock Whirlybirds
Wooden roller coaster that speeds guests through
five turns and two levels. The lap bar must be
fastened and tightened securely at all times. Riders
must have the body and spinal control to sit upright
without the aid of other people or devices. Rider's
body must have the appropriate weight distribution
for this ride.
The littlest of pilots and their parents get a
panoramic view of Planet Snoopy from electrically
powered, helicopter-themed cars traveling on an
elevated monorail.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Guests with cervical or neck brace, or broken collar
bone are not allowed to ride. Braced arm casts are
not allowed. Full leg cast must fit comfortably inside
the ride unit.
Riders with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar
bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast
are not allowed to ride.
Warning: This ride contains strobe lighting.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit. Guest
using wheelchairs should use the elevator located
underneath the station to the right of the entrance
stairs. Press the intercom button for assistance from
a ride operator.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
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BOOMERANG BAY
Yo-Yo
Awesome Aussie Twisters
Swing ride with free hanging swings suspended from
an elevated, turning, slanted tower. The lap bar and
seat belt must be fastened and tightened securely at
all times.
Riders must be 48 inches tall to ride with a maximum
weight limit of 250 lbs. Access to the tower requires
riders to walk up several flights of stairs.
Riders must have the body and spinal control to sit
upright without the aid of other people or devices.
Rider's body must have the appropriate weight
distribution for this ride.
In order to participate, riders must have a minimum
of one functioning arm, one functioning leg, and three
functioning extremities. Riders who have a full arm
cast, braced arm cast, foot or lower leg cast, full leg
cast, cervical collar or neck brace, or broken collar
bone will not be permitted to ride. Hand held infants
are not permitted.
Guests must have a minimum of three functioning
extremities (two legs and an arm or two arms and a
leg) to brace themselves (with tripod bracing) during
the ride. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead
of three functioning extremities if the guest has a
normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are
sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture
under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputation
must be at knee or below.
Bondi Beach
Life jackets are required for children who are less
than 48" tall in bare feet or who are inexperienced
or non-swimmers. Life jackets are available for all
guests needing special consideration. Children who
are less than 42" tall must wear life jackets and be
accompanied by a supervising companion. Alternate
access located at the beach. Riders utilizing a
wheelchair may be restricted to certain water depths.
Riders must be able to enter and exit the ride without
jeopardizing themselves or others and to assist with
their own evacuation if necessary. Riders must
demonstrate appropriate observed behavior indicating
a willingness and ability to participate and/or follow
rider requirements.
Guests with cervical or neck brace are not allowed
to ride. Full leg casts and braced arm casts are
not allowed.
Riders must have two functioning extremities and
be assisted with a supervising companion. Riders
who have a cervical collar or neck brace, broken
collar bone or braced arm cast may not be permitted.
Riders who have a full arm or full leg cast may be
restricted in water depth. Hand held infants must
be accompanied by a supervising companion and
will be restricted in water depth. Riders who cannot
maintain seated postural control or have appropriate
observed behavior must be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
Alternate Access Entrance is at ride exit.
Hand-Held infants and service animals are not
allowed to ride.
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Bondi Pipeline/Tasmanian Typhoon
Crocodile Run
Riders must be 48 inches tall to ride with a maximum
weight limit of 230 lbs. for single riders and 400 lbs
for double riders. Access to the tower requires riders
to walk up several flights of stairs.
Life jackets are required for children who are less
than 48" tall in bare feet or who are inexperienced
or non-swimmers. Life jackets are available for all
guests needing special consideration. Children who
are less than 42" tall must wear life jackets and be
accompanied by a supervising companion.
Ride can accommodate 1 or 2 riders. In order to
participate, riders must have a minimum of one
functioning arm, one functioning leg, and three
functioning extremities. Riders who have a full arm
cast, braced arm cast, foot or lower leg cast, full leg
cast, cervical collar or neck brace, or broken collar
bone will not be permitted to ride. Hand held infants
are not permitted.
Riders must have two functioning extremities and
be assisted with a supervising companion. Riders
who have a cervical collar or neck brace, broken collar
bone, braced arm cast, or full leg cast may not be
permitted. Riders with a full arm, foot or lower leg
cast are permitted to ride. Hand held infants must
be accompanied by a supervising companion. Riders
who cannot maintain seated postural control or have
appropriate observed behavior must be accompanied
by a supervising companion.
Campground Pool
A pool only available to riders that are staying at our
Camp Wilderness Resort. This pool ranges from
3 feet 6 inches to a maximum water depth of 6 feet.
Alternate access is located on the pool deck near the
pool entrance.
Dorsal Fin Drop
Riders must be 48 inches tall to ride. In order to
participate, riders must have a minimum of one
functioning arm, one functioning leg, and three
functioning extremities. Riders who have a full arm
cast, braced arm cast, foot or lower leg cast, full leg
cast, cervical collar or neck brace, or broken collar
bone will not be permitted to ride. Hand held infants
are not permitted.
Life jackets are required for children who are less
than 48" tall in bare feet or who are inexperienced
or non-swimmers. Life jackets are available for all
guests needing special consideration. Children who
are less than 42" tall must wear life jackets and be
accompanied by a supervising companion.
Hand held infants are permitted but must be
accompanied by a supervising companion. Riders
who cannot maintain seated postural control, have
appropriate observed behavior, or have the ability to
enter/exit the rid safely must be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
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Down Under Thunder
Jackaroo Landing
Riders must be less than 54 inches or accompanied
by a child. Riders must have a minimum of two
functioning extremities. Riders with a cervical collar or
neck brace or broken collar bone may not participate
on heightened activity and may not ride the slide.
Riders with a full arm cast, braced arm, foot or lower
leg cast, or full leg cast may not ride the slides.
Hand held infants are not permitted to participate
on heightened activity area, may not ride slides, and
must be accompanied by supervising companion.
Riders must be 42 inches to ride. Riders between
42 inches and 48 inches must wear a life jacket and
be accompanied by a supervising companion.
In order to ride, riders must have one functioning arm,
one functioning leg, and three functioning extremities.
Riders who have a full arm cast, braced arm cast, foot
or lower leg cast, full leg cast, cervical collar or neck
brace, or broken collar bone will not be permitted to
ride. Hand held infants are not permitted.
Kangaroo Lagoon
Great Barrier Reef
Riders must be less than 54 inches or accompanied
by a child. Alternate access is at the zero depth entry
located by waterpark first aid.
Life jackets are required for children who are less
than 48” tall in bare feet or who are inexperienced
or non-swimmers. Life jackets are available for all
guests needing special consideration. Children who
are less than 42” tall must wear life jackets and be
accompanied by a supervising companion.
Riders must have a minimum of two functioning
extremities. Riders with a cervical collar or neck
brace or broken collar bone may not participate on
heightened activity and may not ride the slide. Riders
with a full arm cast, braced arm, foot or lower leg
cast, or full leg cast may not ride the slides. Hand held
infants are not permitted to participate on heightened
activity area, may not ride slides, and must be
accompanied by supervising companion.
Riders must have two functioning extremities and
be assisted with a supervising companion. Riders
who have a cervical collar or neck brace, broken
collar bone or braced arm cast may not be permitted.
Riders who have a full arm or full leg cast may be
restricted in water depth. Hand held infants must
be accompanied by a supervising companion and
will be restricted in water depth. Riders who cannot
maintain seated postural control or have appropriate
observed behavior must be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
Kookaburra Bay
Alternate access is at the beach as well as on the
pool deck located between the lifeguard stands.
Hand held infants are permitted but must be
accompanied by a supervising companion. Riders
who cannot maintain seated postural control, have
appropriate observed behavior, or have the ability to
enter/exit the ride safely must be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
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Platypus Plunge
Surfer’s Swell
Children under 36 inches must be accompanied by a
supervising companion and wear a life jacket. Riders
must be less than 54 inches or accompanied by a
child. Access to the 4 foot tower requires walking up
a flight of stairs.
Riders must be 48 inches tall to ride. In order to ride,
riders have a minimum of one functioning arm, one
functioning leg, and three functioning extremities.
Riders who have a full arm cast, braced arm cast, foot
or lower leg cast, full leg cast, cervical collar or neck
brace, or broken collar bone will not be permitted to
ride. Hand held infants are not permitted.
In order to ride, riders must have a minimum of
one functioning arm, one functioning leg, and three
functioning extremities. Riders who have a full arm
cast, braced arm cast, foot or lower leg cast, full leg
cast, cervical collar or neck brace, or broken collar
bone will not be permitted to ride. Hand held infants
are not permitted.
Sydney Sidewinder
Riders must be at least 48 inches tall to ride. In
order to ride, riders must have a minimum of one
functioning arm, one functioning leg, and three
functioning extremities. Riders who have a full arm
cast, braced arm cast, foot or lower leg cast, full leg
cast, cervical collar or neck brace, or broken collar
bone will not be permitted to ride. Hand held infants
are not permitted.
Ripsnort Ridge/Screamin’ Wombat
Riders must be at least 48 inches tall with a
maximum weight limit of 250 lbs. In order to ride,
riders must have two functioning arms and two
functioning legs. Riders who have a forearm cast,
foot or lower leg cast, cervical collar or neck brace,
broken collar bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or
full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Hand held
infants are not permitted.
Wallaby Wharf
Maximum water depth of 6 inches. Riders must be
3 years of age. Alternate access at the ramp located
adjacent to the family bathroom.
Hand held infants are permitted but must be
accompanied by a supervising companion. Riders
who cannot maintain seated postural control, have
appropriate observed behavior, or have the ability to
enter/exit the rid safely must be accompanied by a
supervising companion.
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SCarowinds’ Halloween Haunt
September 18 – October 31
SCarowinds’ Halloween Haunt has Extreme Haunts
that are designed to scare and startle. These
attractions and the park in general will have areas of
low lighting, loud sound and dense fog. Please adhere
to all posted and verbal warnings and directions.
Some attractions may require Guests to transfer
from their motorized wheelchairs to a non-motorized
wheelchair located at the attraction. Strobe lighting
may also be in effect at some attractions. Guests
with respiratory sensitivities, history of seizures or
epilepsy, or sensitivities to loud music and sound
effects are advised not to participate in these
attractions. Characters inside our Haunt attractions
will not touch you; please do not touch them in any
manner. Those that do so will be removed from the
park without refund. Rowdy behavior and profanity
are also cause for removal from the park. For safety
reasons, Guests may not wear their own face paint,
costumes or masks.
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