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This ride is fun, rerideable, has a large capacity, short duration and you dont get very wet on it.
The other log flume is better. Not much of a thrill here.
I sat in the front and didnt even get wet. OK Speed Though.
You dont get very wet on this ride but its still fun. The hyproplaning after the drop is something not many water rides have
This is a very fun ride to get a little wet. The bad thing is its usually never open, but when it is the line is only about a 15-20 minute wait. You dont get that wet, but you probably get more wet on this ride then on the Log Flume. I enjoyed it.
One of my favorite lof flumes, it has a very rough and fun begenning, although the elevated section of the ride is very slow, i enjoy the drop, and it looks very nice with the added theming from Looney Tunes Sea Port.
PS: I am Happy to report the name of this ride has been changed back to Riptide, and now only has a small "Sponsered By: Poland Springs" sign in the Que.
This isnt the greatest ride Ive been on, but its not bad either. I didnt get very wet but I really like the location of the ride. I just dont understand why the park has more than one flume.
If only for the sake of the lame, corporate-conscious name of this ride, just go to the Saw Mill flume. Besides that bit of spite, this ride doesnt get you all that wet, the layout stinks, and its uncomfortable.
i quote cygnus12: "the only good part is the drop and for some reason (im guessing the shape of the flume cars) when you hit the water at the end of the drop, you skim up and down the water like when you throw a flat rock into a river and it skips. weird." unquote. This ride is OK but Saw Mill log flume is better. However this one usually has a really short line so if the line is short ride it.
Although overall it is a lackluster flume, it does have the virtues that: (1) it is very tall, including the flat parts; (2) the lift hill is scarier than most because it is so long you worry about going backwards; and (3) the shoot after the big drop is unusual in the way you skim across the water.
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