You said that you can flip forward, backward, or not at all on Brain Surge, is there a way you control it or do certain seats spin certain ways?
Between the two seats is a stick that you push forwards, backwards, or you can keep in the middle. During the middle of the ride, you can flip in the other direction, or stop flipping, or flip and stop yourself upside, you can do pretty much anything. It's pretty neat.
Hey guys! I'm back again with a Photo/Video Trip Report of Little Amerricka! Overall, it was a great park (especially for the kids!) and I had a great day with Jo, Gavin, Jon, and his mama. Mad Mouse is still questionable about it's safeness, but the rides are just oodles of fun!
Here is a quick video I made of the park (POV's taken with permission) and I hope you enjoy watching it!
And onto the pictures....
Welcome to Little Amerricka!
As soon as you enter, you are greeted by this fine coaster, Mad Mouse!
It has a simple layout, but is still very jerky.
Jo thinks she's secure with the pool noodle harnesses.
This would be Test Pilot! It is actually very scary as you go parallel with the ground and turn completely sideways!
This would be..... Wild & Wooly Toboggan
This ride probably gave me the biggest ejector airtime on any coaster I have ever experienced.
Very compact, perfect for death parks like Little Amerricka!
See those little hills at the bottom of the ride? Yeah, more airtime than Magnum.
Mario directs the Tilt-a-Whirl in a circular formation.
If anyone reading this visits Little Amerricka, I recommend riding the Monorail, it's a really great ride!
Little Amerricka is just a fun little park!
Oh what could this be?
If you didn't know it yet, Little Amerricka did buy Kiddieland's old log flume! (FYI, these logs were in the parking lot and no one cared if you were to go up to them...)
I wonder if it'll have the same layout as when it was at Kiddieland....
Okay, this haunted house was pretty scary.
The train ride is probably my favorite attraction here. It is a 20 minute train ride that takes you to the middle of no where!
There was a part where you drove by animals such as bulls, sheep, geese, llamas, and even zebras!
You guys can name this llama.
This goose is laying me some golden eggs.
This would be Meteor. Much better than Little Dipper at Six Flags Great America.
Overview on the layout. Yes, it is a mirror image of Little Dipper.
It was so easy to climb onto the track, but I didn't!
Fastest ferris wheel you may ever experience. Rocking may occur while on the ride.
These would be the ka-kinda craze-eh bumper boats! Lots of splashing will occur during the ride.
In my opinion, this roller coaster that is also called Little Dipper should go closer to the grave yard!
Time to say bye to the Little Amerricka! (Literally!)
Waterloo, I promise to love you! Thanks for reading guys :)
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