Picture this: You’re standing along the main midway and you hear this loud roar, a lot of screaming, and a HUGE splash. Your curiosity brings you to White Water Landing. This ride isn’t for the onlookers. Take your chance and hop aboard one of the 20-passenger boats and ascend to the top of the hill. As you slowly come around the bend, you’ll start to see the water cascade down and before its too late, you’re plummeting 80-feet down a 50-degree drop at 40 miles per hour into the cool waters below. Before you even realize you’ve made it to the bottom, you and onlookers will be soaked by the tidal wave created by your descent. Once you’re done, you’ve got three choices: Watch the next riders on the observation bridge, venture to the rest of the park, or do it all over again. This shoot the chutes ride will have you and onlookers soaked to the bone.
Guests must be 48" tall to ride
Rider Safety Information
- Min Height
- This is a water shoot-the-chutes ride; riders may get wet. Riders will be seated in a boat and brace for a plunge down a chute and a splash of water.
- A shared lap bar secures all riders in the row across the thighs and pelvis.
- Guests must have a minimum of three functioning extremities.
- Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar bone, full arm cast, braced arm cast, or full leg cast are not permitted to ride.
- Alternate access is available at the ride exit. Riders will have to take several steps, on their own or with the assistance of a companion, and be capable of stepping down into the ride unit.
- Please do not use the ride restraints for support while entering and exiting, as they will shift.
- Watch your step, as the ride unit may be slippery and wet.
- The maximum step height into the boat is 10". Maximum step height from seat floor is 15.75".
- WARNING: This ride utilizes magnetic systems during the ride.
- CAUTION: Boats may bump into the side of channel and other boats.
- Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional Accessibility information.