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California Screamin
Website: California Adventure Homepage
Ride Type: Steel Coaster
Ride Status: Running
Average Rating: 4.5802
TPC Overall Rank: #28 out of 2933 rides.
Reviews: 96
Last Review: 10/23/2015 12:52:00 AM
In User Top 10: 100 times.
User Tracker Count: 187 times.

Screamin Entry

California Screamin

Screamin Drop

Screamin First Hill

Cali Screamin Inverted

Cali Screamin Launch

Cali Screamin Launch 2

California Screamin Platform
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5 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Awesomeboy on 4/23/2006 2:17:00 PM
One of the best roller coasters Ive been on in a long time. Dont miss it.

3 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Predator on 4/19/2006 11:13:00 AM
Its an okay coaster. It reminds of MindBender at Six Flags Over Georgia. I will go on it everytime I go to that park, but its probably not a 10 a day ride. In other words, I probably wouldnt go on it 10 times a day if the lines were short. I would probably do 4 the most. I like the other roller coaster better. It is good considering its smooth, but I wish there was another inversion somewhere in the ride. Those camelbacks dont do it justice enough.

5 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up CobraRoll on 12/9/2005 3:02:00 PM
one of the best roller coasters Ive ever experienced, sure, there are better ones (Roar, Cyclone, Giant Dipper) but not many, and not any as smooth as this beast.

The rides music starts with carnival style music, as you depart the station and head for the launch, but once the incredible launch happens, it changes to some great rock, as you twist your way around, the first half of the track contains a great hill, a banked helix, then a drop into the lift hill. After climbing it, you enter the drop, and its a doozy, once you get out of it, you face a seccond helix, then the loop, which is one of the most thrilling Ive experienced, followed by some incredible air-time on bunny hills, if youre at all a roller coaster fan, theres no excuse to come to DLR and not ride this, hands down.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up kat2347 on 6/20/2005 1:38:00 PM
This rollercoaster was really fun. The wait was pretty short and the launch was awesome. The drops, hills, and loop were also cool. I was surprised at how long this ride lasted. This is one of my favorite rides at DCA!

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up ultragirl on 6/9/2005 7:53:00 PM
Top notch roller coasting at its best. Hardly jarring for someone with a bad neck or back injury. Very pleasing and plus it offers a great view of the water. And hence its name, you always automatically hear people scream the instant it darts out. Funny thing is, this ride doesnt have much of a wait.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up madmax on 5/5/2005 9:18:00 PM - User's Top Ride #10
Very Fun!!! From the first launch to the last turn. All fun. Loops,Dips and drops make this ride!!! Its great and its a pretty log ride.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up jaredliu on 4/11/2005 10:06:00 AM
The best part of this is the smoothness. Dont bother to bring your brave cause its not even scary at all. Instead, bring the simle cause its such a good cozy time riding it.

5 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up gyk182 on 12/21/2004 4:21:00 PM
The launch isnt all that great when you practically live next door to Top Thrill Dragster, but this ride is still really fun. Id hafta say Rockin Roller Coasters launch is way better. But I do like this ride. Especially with its scream tubes. Under normal circumstances, Id give it a nine. The coaster deserves a seven or eight and its location right on the water gets the themeing a nine. I only give it a ten because it angers me, frankly, that Tower of Terror is in first place at California Adventure. It just doent deserve it. The one in Florida does for sure, but this sad thing? Nope. Sorry.

3 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up JonA35 on 12/20/2004 4:52:00 PM
I wasnt too amazed with this ride. RNrc was SOOOOO much better.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Scott on 11/9/2004 11:00:00 PM
California screamin is a fantastic coaster. Yes, the ride lacks overall theming, but it makes up for the lack of theming by providing an extremely pleasent ride experience. When california adventure opens in the morning, everyone hits the first 2 rides they see - Soarin and TOT. If you head towards the back of the park first, you can get 10 rides on screamin without waiting. When I got to california adventure, I headed towards the back of the park. I walked onto screamin, and waited about 5 minutes for the front seat. I got into the very comfortable restraints and waited. The ride op hit the green button, and we slowly rolled out of the station. We hit a small dip and turned to the left. Our train hit the brakes, and prepared for the launch. Music began playing in our car. After about a minute we launched. The launch felt relatively slow, however, it was still fun. We went up a large hill that gave me a surprising pop of airtime, and began turning. Our train flew through a large helix, and went up the lift hill. We slowly creeked to the top, and flew down the 100 foot drop. Our car hit another massive helix, and went into the mickey mouse loop. This was the highlight of the ride. We smoothly sailed over another airtime hill, and hit another helix. We hit 6 bunny hops, and went into the rides grand finale - A large downward twisting helix that lasted quite a while. We hit another small dip and returned into the station. I got off, and rode screamin 4 more times without waiting. The crowds slowly trickled into the back of the park. Later on that day, the wait was 120 minutes! Many people might ask why I like california screamin so much. And I tell them that I feel very mixed about the ride. There was nothing that really blew me away. I guess the reason that I like screamin so much, is that its flat out fun! Sure, it doesnt have a powerful launch, or any very good inversions. Its just a joy to ride!

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