I went to Seabreeze for the first time back in 2015 and it quickly made it in my top favorite parks. Charm-out-the-kazoo... and the steepest log flume drop (or so I heard, either way it was fun). The Bobsleds was a huge surprise. I had more fun on that than most big coasters. A spinning mouse that ran incredibly, and old woodie that was a blast even with a Morgan train. The whole place was laid-back and spotless. Couldn't get enough out of it, pure fun and can't wait to get back.
TheAmericanKnight wrote:The park announced recently that they are upgrading the Soak Zone (kiddie) area of the water park. This will include 2 new slides.
The two new slides will be a nice upgrade to Soak Zone. The straight pink kiddie slide has been removed and is being replaced with a slide of the same height, but with a 360° twist. It will be tunneled. The second slide, a new addition to the sprayground, will be an open-air family-sized body slide. The colors of the slides will be dark green/light green and purple/white; they ought to look quite nice and be well received by park guests.
Here are a few pictures of the Jack Rabbit in her wintertime slumber. Since the park closed in September, the second drop has been re-tracked, the brake run was rebuilt, and some track work was done in the tunnel. Jack Rabbit will be 99-years-old this year and, as always, running beautifully!
wildcatroc wrote:Here are a few pictures of the Jack Rabbit in her wintertime slumber. Since the park closed in September, the second drop has been re-tracked, the brake run was rebuilt, and some track work was done in the tunnel. Jack Rabbit will be 99-years-old this year and, as always, running beautifully!
Photos shared with park permission.
BTW, nice photos. Oddly enough, it has actually been a couple years since the last time I have been there (2017) despite living rather close to it.
Anyways, besides that, I am glad to see Seabreeze is still putting effort into maintaining Jackrabbit. It is really neat that Jack Rabbit will be 100 years old next year. It still rode ridiculously well last time I was there. BTW, anyone know if the tunnel was always a part of the Jackrabbit Finale, or was it added on later?
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