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You're sure to get squished, scrambled & spun on this classic favorite! Grab a partner and hop in... easily-dizzied stay away!
Play Card or Wristband Required
Height Requirement – 36” tall to ride. 36”-48” must be accompanied by a guest that is at least 48” tall or taller
Children must be able to hold themselves upright & stable.
All restraints & safety equipment must be positioned & fastened properly.
Closed-toe/heel tennis shoes/sneakers are recommended.
Before You Participate
Observe height & weight restrictions for this attraction. Obey all instructions & directions given by the Attendants. Watch the attraction while others are participating & make sure you or your child can participate safely. Remember, a scared child on the ground may panic on the ride.
Leave all loose articles with a non-climber or in the article bins provided. We are not responsible for items lost, stolen or damaged while participating.
Eating & drinking are not permitted while participating. Finish all food & drink before entering the attraction.
This attraction uses lights & sound effects that may trigger epileptic seizure. Do not participate if you have back, neck or heart problems, or any other medical condition that may be aggravated by this attraction. Pregnant women should not participate. Pacemakers may be affected by this attraction.
Patron Responsibility Code
Virginia Code 59.7-540
"STATE LAW REQUIRES RIDERS TO OBEY ALL WARNINGS AND DIRECTIONS AND BEHAVE IN A MANNER THAT WILL NOT CAUSE OR CONTRIBUTE TO INJURYING THEMSELVES OR OTHERS. RIDERS SHALL REPORT ALL INJURIES BEFORE LEAVING."
A ride where rotating cars are mounted on counter-rotating arms. The ride produces strong accelerations while changing forces and directions rapidly.
Scrambler features a shared seatbelt that goes across the laps of up to 3 passengers in a tub, and a door that closes with a handlebar attached for holding on and bracing.
Guests must have a minimum of two functioning extremities; one functioning arm and one functioning leg. Two functioning arms sufficient instead of one functioning arm and one functioning leg if the guest has normal center of gravity and lower extremities are sufficiently strong to support weight against the restraint under dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputations must be at the knee or below. Guests may have two functioning legs instead of one functioning arm and one functioning leg. Guests with cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar bone or braced arm cast are not permitted to ride.