Six Flags Schuyler Lake is a theme park located in Canandaigua, New York.
Pre-Cedar Point (1913-1975)Edit
The park opened in 1913 by the Schuyler family. The park was owned by Group W (Westinghouse Amusement Division) from 1962 until 1975.
First Era of Cedar Point Pleasure Company/Cedar Fair (1983-1994)Edit
In 1976, the park was sold to Cedar Point Pleasure Company (now known as Cedar Fair).
Premier Parks (1995-1998)Edit
In 1995, the park's operations went to Premier Parks. Cedar Fair still owned the park during this time.
First Six Flags Era (1999-2010)Edit
In 1999, Six Flags took over the park's operations and ownership, but the park never took the "Six Flags" branding. However during this time Schuyler Lake still used Six Flags' intellectual properties in the park.
Second Cedar Fair Era (2011-2015)Edit
In November 2010, Six Flags sold the park back to Cedar Fair and numerous changes occurred at the park, mostly ride renaming.
Financial problems, bankruptcy and closure Edit
In 2014, the park, amidst financial problems and filed for bankruptcy shorty before the start of the 2015 season. As a result, most of the park's rides and attractions were closed for most of the 2015 season due to budget cuts at the park. On Labor Day 2015, Schuyler Lake closed leaving the entire park SBNO.
Reopening and Six Flags' return (2017-present) Edit
In October 2016, Six Flags announced that they've bought from Schuyler Lake from Cedar Fair and saved the park from bankruptcy. In May 2017, Schuyler Lake reopened as "Six Flags Schuyler Lake" . As a result the DC Comics and Looney Tunes characters return to the park mostly in form of costumed characters. Also the park was renamed.
Also some of the rides were renamed again and the "V2: Vertical Velocity" and "Goliath" names returned to the park.
Since 1999 Schuyler Lake uses characters from Sailor Schuyler and his Seaport Friends for each height range to determine who can ride which rides.
All measurements are in inches:
|Lil' Matey||Under 36 (under 3'6")|
|Little Schuy||36 – 42 (3' – 3'6")|
|Waleena||42 – 48 (3'6" – 4')|
|Sailor Schuyler||48 – 54 (4' – 4'6")|
|Seamore Sea Serpent||54 – 60 (4'6" – 5')|
|Nessie||60 and above (5' +)|
- Centennial Plaza (opened in 1962; formerly known as "Schuyler Gardens" (1962-2012))
- North Country (opened in 1962)
- Little New York (opened in 1990; formerly known as "West Area" (1962-1989))
- Timber Land Town (formerly known as "Old Britaina" ,(1982-2010), and "West Area" (1962-1981))
- Sailor Schuyler's Seaport (opened in 1984; formerly known as "Sesame Town" (1986-1990) and "Winnie the Pooh's Hundred Acre Woods" (1984-1985))
- Wegmans Kids Country (formerly known as "Camp Snoopy" (2011-2015), "Bug Bunny World & Thomas Town" (2008-2010), "Bugs Bunny World" (1999-2007), "Kiddy Kingdom" (1984-1998), and "Kiddieland" (1962-1983))
- East Area (opened in 1962)
- Boardwalk Bay (opened in 1991; formerly known as "East Area" (1962-1990)
- Harborside (inclusive water park) (opened in 1991; formerly known as "Sailor Schuyler's Hurricane Harbor" (1999-2010), and "Shores of Schuyler Lake" (1991-1998))
|Beastie||1976||An Arrow Dynamics kiddie coaster. Formerly known as "Steel Beastie" (1988-1990) and "Sailor Schuyler" (1976-1987) . This was the first attraction installed at Schuyler Lake under the ownership of Cedar Point/Cedar Fair.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Big New Yorker||1990||An Intamin looping roller coaster. Currently the tallest looping roller coaster in the world at 260 feet. This was the last Intamin roller coaster to be built with "Bolliger & Mabillard" style tracks.||Little New York|
|Boomerang||1991||A Vekoma "Boomerang" roller coaster model.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Cavalier||2004||An Intamin Accelerator roller coaster. Currently the tallest roller coaster in the world at 495 feet.||East Area|
|Cyborg Escape||2018||An enclosed Mack spinning roller coaster.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Goliath||1999||A 300-foot tall Morgan hyper coaster. Formerly known as "XLR8R" (2011-2015).||North Country|
|Iron Comet||2017||A wood/steel hybrid roller coaster built by Rocky Mountain Construction and is the first ever RMC coaster to have a vertical loop element. Replaced Golden Comet.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Jack Rabbit II||1970||A Philadelphia Toboggan Company wooden family coaster. Replaced Jack Rabbit.||Timber Land Town|
|Lake Monster||1984||An Arrow Dynamics swing suspended coaster. It is currently the longest and tallest suspended swing coaster in the world. Formerly known as "Schuyler Lake Monster" (1984-1986).||North Country|
|Lil' Lake Monster||1997||A Caprio "Batflyer" coaster. Was marketed as the first suspended coaster for kids when it first opened.||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Nighthawk||2010||A Bolliger & Mabillard flying coaster. Formerly known as "Green Lantern" (2010).||Little New York|
|Schuyler Flyer||1993||A Bolliger & Mabillard "Batman" inverted roller coaster. Formerly known as "Batman: The Ride" (1999-2010), "Mind Eraser" (1995-1998), and "Iron Dragon" (1993-1994).||Little New York|
|Spinsanity||2005||A Gerstlauer spinning coaster. Was the first spinning coaster with a loop and to reach the 100-foot tall mark. Formerly known as "Mr. Six's Pandemonium" (2005-2007), "Tony Hawk's Big Spin" (2008-2010), and "Skatepark Spin" (2011-2015).||Timber Land Town|
|Steel Beast||1988||A 205 foot tall Arrow Dynamics looping roller coaster. Was the first roller coaster in the world to exceed the 200-foot tall mark and with eight inversions when it first opened.||North Country|
|Superman: The Ride||2000||An Intamin hyper roller coaster cloned from Darien Lake's Ride of Steel. Formerly known as "Century Strength" (2011-2015) and "Superman: Ride of Steel" (2000-2010).||Little New York|
|Tidal Wave||2014||A Zamperla Skater Coaster. Even though it's technically a flat ride the park lists it as a roller coaster.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Timberliner||2018||A RMC wood/steel hybrid family roller coaster.||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Total Mayhem||2002||A Bolliger & Mabillard floorless roller coaster. Formerly known as "Steel Venom" (2011-2015) and "Medusa" (2002-2010).||East Area|
|V2: Vertical Velocity||2001||An Intamin impulse coaster with an angled spike ala Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. Formerly known as "V-Force" (2011-2015).||East Area|
|Versus||2013||A Gerstlauer splitting coaster. The coaster's trains intermittently split off into their own ways and rejoin at certain points of the ride.||East Area|
|Action Mountain||1991||An Arrow Dynamics dinghy water slide that was built on the park's iconic landmark, Mount Schuyler.||East Section|
|Arctic Run||1986||An Intamin river rapids ride with an arctic theme.||East Section|
|Lumberjack||1982||195 foot tall Arrow Dynamics log flume ride that is touted as the world's tallest and longest log flume ride.||North Country|
|Paddlewheel Excursions||2013||A paddlewheel boat ride around Schuyler Lake. Relocated from Cedar Point. Located in the North Country section.||North Country|
|Whitewater Landing||2005||An Intamin Shoot the Chute water ride. Located in the Boardwalk Bay section. Formerly known as "Shipwreck Falls" (2005-2010). Located in the East Section.||East Section|
|Big Apple Turnover||1995||A Huss Top Spin ride.||Little New York|
|Blackbeard's Ship||1978||A Huss Pirate ship ride.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Extreme Supernova||2010||A Zamperla Giant Discovery ride.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Firecracker||1975||A modified Schwarzkopf Enterprise ride in which the cars are allowed to flip freely.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Halfpipe 360||2008||A Zamperla Disk'O ride. Formerly known as "Tony Hawk's Halfpipe 360" (2008-2010).||Timber Land Town|
|Mega Fireball||2015||A 200-foot tall Larson Super Loop ride. Formerly know as "Lightning Loop" (2015).||East Section|
|SchuyScreamer||2011||A Mondail Wind Seeker ride. Formerly known as "WindSeeker" (2011-2015).||Boardwalk Bay|
|Screamin' Demon||2003||A Chance Rides Revolution ride.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Thrill Drop||1997||A 200-foot tall Intamin Drop Tower.||Timber Land Town|
|Bayrne Kurve||1974||A Schwarzkopf Bayren Kurve ride.||Timber Land Town|
|A Mack Calypso ride. Formerly closed in 1995, but reopened in 2017.||Old Britaina (now known as Timber Land Town; 1969-1995)|
North Country (2017-present)
|Carousel Castle||1913||A Dentzel two-story antique carousel.||Centennial Plaza|
|Deer Forest||1982||An animal exhibit with European Fallow Deer are in a fenced-in area which allows people to move about freely. Food is provided for a fee. This is the last reaming attraction in the park with live animals.||Timber Land Town|
|Der Katerpult||1982||A Huss Troika. Formerly known as "Troika" (1982-1998) and "Fantasy Fling" (1999-2010).||Timber Land Town|
|Dodge 'Ems||1973||Bumper Cars. Formerly known as "Gotham City Dodgems" (1999-2010) and "Bumper Cars" (1973-1998).||Boardwalk Bay|
|Frightmare Monster Blasters||1999||A Sally Corporation interactive dark ride where riders shoot monsters. Formerly known as "Scooby-Doo Ghostblasters: Monster of the Finger Lakes" (1999-2010).||Boardwalk Bay|
|Lakeside Turnpike||1963||A guided track ride with antique cars.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Maple Leaf Flyers||2013||A Larson Flying Scooters ride.||Timber Land Town|
|Noah's Ark||1939||A funhouse walk around attraction with animatronic animals.||Timberland Town|
|Sailor||1980||A Mack Sea Storm Ride Was located in the Boardwalk Bay section from 1980-1990.||Boardwalk Bay (1980-1990)|
Sailor Schuyler's Seaport (1991-present)
|Scrambler||1977||A Scrambler ride.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Schuyler & Canandaigua Lakes Railroad||1962||A steam-powered train ride with open carriages that goes around the park.||East Section|
|Super Wheel||1973||A 150 foot tall Ferris Wheel.||Boardwalk Bay|
|The Whip||1928||A Mangles Whip ride.||Boardwalk Bay|
|Whirlwind||1979||A Wave Swinger ride.||East Section|
|Barrel Roller||1984||A Zamperla Mini Teacups ride. Formerly known as "Cookie Monster's Cookie-Go-Round" (1986-1990) and "Pooh's Hunny Pots" (1984-1985).||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|A Hampton rides kiddie umbrella ride with bats. Formerly known as "The Count's Batty Bat" (1986-1990).||Sesame Town (now known as Sailor Schuyler's Seaport; 1986-199)|
Wegmans Kids Country (2017-present)
|BMX Motorcross||1977||A Hampton rides kiddie umbrella ride with "jumping" motorcycles. Formerly known as "Joe Cool Motorcycles" (2011-2015), "Daffy Duck Magic Motorcade" (1999-2010), and "Tike Bikes" (1977-1998).||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Buster the Wacky Bus||2008||A Sartori "Crazy Bus" ride. Formerly known as "Camp Bus" (2011-2015) and "Bertie the Bus"(2008-2010).||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Crow's Nest||1991||A Zamperla Jumping Star ride.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Frog Pond||2012||A Zamperla Jump Around ride themed to frogs.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Funtime Junction||2008||A kiddie train ride. Formerly known as "Snoopy's Junction" (2011-2015) and "Percy's Mail Delivery" (2008-2010).||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Great Barrier Reef Sub||1991||A Zamperla Crazy Bus ride.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Jr. Dodge 'Ems||1976||Kiddie bumper cars. Formerly known as "Peanuts Road Rally" (2011-2015),"Taz's Road Rally" (1999-2010) and "Kiddie Bumper Cars" (1976-1998).||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Kiddie City||1991||A guided track car ride solely for children.||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Peg Leg Pat's Bilge Rat Blasters||2013||A Zamperla Midi Teacups ride with water guns.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Red Baron Seaplanes||1977||A Chance Rides kiddie plane ride. Formerly known as "Sesame Street Airport" (1986-1990), "Baron Von Hunny Bee" (1984-1985), and "Red Baron" (1977-1983).||Kiddieland (now known as Wegmans Kids Country; 1977-1983)|
Sailor Schuyler's Seaport (1984-present)
|Sailor Schuyler's Beach House||2013||An International Play Company enclosed soft playground for kids under 54" tall.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Sailor Schuyler's High Sea Adventure||2012||A Zamperla Aero Top Jet ride themed to wooden rafts.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Sea Breeze Swings||2012||A Zamperla Lolli Swing ride themed to the park's mascot, Sailor Schuyler.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Seaport Weather Balloons||1991||A Zamperla Samba Balloons ride.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Seaport Coastal Delivery Service||1984||A Zamperla Convoy ride. Formerly known as "Oscar's Trash Trucks" (1986-1990) and "Hundred Acre Woods Moving Company" (1984-1985).||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Sky Copters||2008||A Sartori "Mini Jet" ride. Formerly known as "Woodtstock's Whirlybirds" (2011-2015) and "Harold the Helicopter" (2008-2010).||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Space Race||1987||A Zamperla Mini Enterprise ride. Formerly known as "Snoopy's Space Race" (2011-2015), "Marvin's Space Race" (1999-2010), and "Robo Flight" (1987-1998).||Wegmans Kids Country|
|Super Wheel Too||1977||A kiddie Ferris wheel ride. Formerly known as "Snoopy's World Wheel" (2011-2015) "Bugs Bunny's Wacky Wheel" (1999-2010), and "Windmill" (1977-1998).||Wegmans Kids Country|
|SS Schuyler||2005||A Zamperla Rockin' Tug ride.||Sailor Schuyler's Seaport|
|Tree Climber||2012||A HEEGE Tower where riders pull themselves up a tower and then drop down. Formerly known as "Kite Eating Tree" (2012-2015).||Wegmans Kids Country|
- Thrill Swinger (1998)
- Revolution (1991)
- Starlight Mini Golf (1992)
|Name||Year Opened||Year Closed||Description|
|Comet Jr.||1962||1975||An Arrow Dynamics steel kiddie coaster. Replaced with Beastie. This was the park's first steel roller coaster.|
|Corkscrew||1977||1987||An Arrow Dynamics "Corkscrew" coaster. Put in storage and later relocated to Six Flags Playdium. Replaced with Steel Beast.|
|DeJa Vu||2001||2010||A Vekoma Giant Inverted Boomerang. Currently in storage.|
|Golden Comet||1962||2015||A 150 foot tall Philadelphia Toboggan Company wooden coaster. Replaced with Iron Comet. Was the first roller coaster in the world to reach the 100-foot tall mark.|
|Grand Prix||1923||2012||A John A. Miller racing wooden coaster. The park's first roller coaster. Replaced with Versus.|
|Jack Rabbit||1928||1969||A Harry C. Baker wooden coaster. Burned down in a fire off-season in 1969. Replaced with Jack Rabbit II.|
|Matrix||1987||2017||A Vekoma MK-700 coaster. It was the first Vekoma “Illusion” coaster ever made. Was located in the Boardwalk Bay section. Formerly known as "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Adventure Coaster" (1994-1996) and "Disaster Transport: A Space Vacation Adventure" (1987-1993). Replaced with Cyborg Escape.|
|Pippin the Zippin||1930||1987||A wooden roller coaster. Replaced with Steel Beast. Was located in the North Country section.|
|Robin Hood||1982||1985||An Intamin wooden bobsled roller coaster. Replaced with Viper.|
|Sailor Schuyler's Splashin' Roller Soaker||2013||2015||Relocated from Hershey Park. Was located in the Sailor Schuyler's Seaport section.|
|Sonic Boom||1982||2003||A Schwarzkopf shuttle loop roller coaster. Replaced with Caviler.|
|Thunderbolt||1924||1990||A Harry C. Baker wooden roller coaster. Replaced with Boomerang. Was located in the Boardwalk Bay section.|
|Viper||1986||2004||A TOGO stand up roller coaster. Replaced with Skatepark Spin.|
|Wildcat||1975||2013||A Schwarzkopf Wildcat coaster. Replaced with Tidal Wave. Was located in the Sailor Schuyler's Seaport section from 1991-2013.|
|Woodstock Express||1984||2015||A Philadelphia Toboggan Company kiddie wooden coaster. Formerly known as "Thomas' Railway" (2008-2010), "Roadrunner Express (1999-2007), "Robin Hood Jr." (1991-1998), "Snuffleupagus Express" (1986-1990) and "Tigger Tracks" (1984-1985).|
|Name||Year Opened||Year Closed||Description|
|Bert and Ernie's Dune Buggies||1986||1990||A Hampton Rides kiddie umbrella ride with dune buggies. Relocated to Six Flags Playdium. Replaced with Crow's Nest.|
|Cape Canaveral Space Chute||1975||2010||A parachute drop tower. Replaced with SchuyScreamer.|
|Chaos||1999||2012||A Chance Chaos ride. Replaced with Maple Leaf Flyers.|
|Fear Faller||1984||1996||An Intamin first generation Free Fall ride. Replaced with Thrill Drop.|
|It came from Schuyler Lake!||1977||2011||A Schwarzkopf Polyp ride.|
|Kangaroo||1962||2014||A Norman Bartlett Flying Coaster ride. replaced with Mega Fireball.|
|Kermit the Frog's F-1 Racers||1986||1990||A Hampton Rides kiddie umbrella ride with formula 1 race cars. Relocated to Six Flags Playdium. Replaced with Seaport Weather Balloons.|
|Krazy Kracken||1984||2011||A Zamperla Family Swing ride themed to a squid (originally a honey tree, later Big Bird). Replaced with Sea Breeze Swings. Formerly known as "Big Bird Swings" (1986-1990) and "Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree" (1984-1985).|
|Ladybug||1962||2011||A carousel style kiddie ride with ladybugs. Replaced with Tree Climbler.|
|Little Lumberjack||1982||2017||An Arrow Dynamics kiddie log flume ride. Replaced with Timberliner.|
|Metro Express||1962||2015||A Von Roll suspended monorail ride. Parts of the track and stations are still standing.|
|Mount Schuyler Funicular||1962||1990||A inclined car ride that took rider to and from the top of Mount Schuyler and back. Replaced with Action Mountain. Parts of the track still remain abandoned. The top station is being used for Action Mountain, but the ground level station is being used for the start of Action Mountain's queue line.|
|Pony Ride||1962||1996||A children's roundabout ride with live ponies. Replaced with Little Lake Monster. The stable where the ponies were kept in is abandoned and can be seen in the queue line for Little Lake Monster.|
|Professor Burpo's Soda Pop Factory||1969||1998||A dark ride themed to a soda pop factory, had an attached soda shop at the ride's exit. Replaced with Frightmare Monster Blasters.|
|Ranger||1984||1999||A Huss Ranger ride. Replaced with Vulcan's Hammer.|
|Rubber Duckie Roundabout||1986||1990||A Hampton Rides kiddie umbrella ride with ducks. Relocated to Six Flags Playdium. Replaced with Great Barrier Reef Sub.|
|Seamore's Viking Dragon-Go-Round||1977||2004||A carousel style kiddie ride with dragons. Originally located in the Kiddy Kingdom section from 1977 to 1990 then relocated to the Sailor Schuyler's Seaport section. Replaced with SS Schuyler. Formerly known as "Little Dragons" (1977-1990).|
|Schuyler Skyway||1962||2017||A Von Roll chairlift ride. The stations are still standing.|
|Sheldon's Turtle Pond||1950||2007||A Traver Kiddie Tumble Bug ride. Replaced with Skycopters. Formerly known as "Turtle Pond" (1950-1990).|
|Shogun Palace||1971||1986||A walk around attraction. It featured a talking Buddha, a mirror maze, a strobe light room (with a dragon flying overhead), a walk through a miniature version of Chinatown and various other small scale items of interest with Chinese and Japanese Themes. Replaced with Matrix in 1987. The pagoda facade still remains on the building.|
|Sky Sailor||1991||2002||A Huss Magic Ride with a nautical theme. Was located in the Sailor Schulyer's Seaport section. Relocated to Six Flags Playdium.|
|Storm Force 2000||1984||2004||An Arrow Dynamics boat flume ride. Replaced with White Water Landing.|
|Torpedo||1946||1981||An Eyerly Roll-O-Plane. Replaced with Ranger.|
|Vulcan's Hammer||2000||2007||A Zamperla Roto Shake ride. Replaced with Halfpipe 360.|
|Whip Jr.||1936||1986||A Mangles Kiddie Whip ride. Replaced with Space Race.|
|XTR: Xtreme Thrill Ride||1998||2002||A Zamperla Robo Arm prototype ride. Removed due to capacity and maintenance issues. Replaced with Screamin' Demon.|
|Name||Year Opened||Year Closed||Description|
|The 13 WHAM News Experience||2005||2007||An exhibit where visitors can see a WHAM-TV newscast be produced live. WHAM-TV noon and weeknight 5PM newscasts was broadcast from the complex during the park's operating season from 2005 to 2007. After the 2007 season ended, production of the programs were moved back to the main 13 WHAM studios in Henrietta, NY. In early 2008, Six Flags terminated their licensing agreement with the Rochester, NY based ABC affiliated station. During certain times the exhibit hosted "meet and greet" sessions with WHAM-TV on-air personalities.|
|Bear's Den||1981||2017||An animal exhibit with black bears sits below a viewing deck, where visitors can throw Corn Pops cereal to them.|
|Critter Country||1981||2015||A petting zoo.|
|Tiger Tales||1986||2000||A tiger show and exhibit with live Bengal tigers.|
|Whale of a Time Theater||1981||1994||A killer whale show and exhibit.|
Jack Rabbit Edit
- On October 17, 1969, a lightning bolt struck Jack Rabbit's lift hill causing a portion of it to catch fire and collapse. Nobody was injured as the park was closed for the season, but the support was so damaged that the ride had to be torn down.
Schuyler Skyway Edit
- On June 12, 1985, due to a power outage, the ride stopped in mid-operation. 27 riders were stranded for hours before being rescued by firefighters. The ride was fixed up and reopened 2 days later.
- On August 29, 1991, two teenagers violently rocking a carriage caused the cable to snap and fall 18 feet. Both teens were seriously injured, but survived.
- On July 1, 2002, a 34-year-old woman fainted shortly after exiting the ride. She was successfully resuscitated by first aid.
- On May 23, 2010, a 51-year-old man was found unconscious after riding the coaster. He was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The official cause of death was that he had suffered a heart attack during a ride, and later medical reports revealed he had a pre-existing heart condition.
Tiger Tales Edit
- On June 30, 1999, an animal trainer was attacked and mauled by two Bengal tigers during one of the shows. Both tigers were tranquilized and killed and the show remained SBNO for the rest of the season. it reopened in 2000, but closed permanently later that year due to lack of guests.
Schuyler Flyer Edit
- On July 8, 1994, the restraints went up for an unknown reason during a test run early in the morning. The employee doing the test run fell out of the train and died. The ride was closed for 1 week afterwards while an inspection was done on it.
- In August 1988, a 11-year-old boy jumped from the ride during the main drop. He was rushed to the hospital where he later died from his injuries.
Fear Fall Edit
- On August 14, 1996, a 29-year-old woman fell to her death from the ride due to her restraints not being properly locked. As a result of a request from the victim's family, the ride was later torn down.
Robin Hood Edit
- On June 26, 1983, two vehicles on the ride collided after one of them stalled on the track. 5 people suffered minor to medium injuries.
Century Strength Edit
- On May 10, 2005, a 44-year-old-man fell to his death from the ride. It was determined that his restraints weren't properly locked and popped loose during the drop.
Der Katerpult Edit
- On July 28, 1986, the ride malfunctioned and started up early, while everyone was still getting into their seats. A 20-year-old man died when he was flung from the vehicle and broke his neck. His friend suffered a serious concussion but survived. The employees managed to shut down the ride before it caused anymore damage and it remained SBNO while it was checked for any technical problems. Eventually the ride reopened a week later.
- On July 16, 1992, a 5-year-old kid drowned in the wave pool.
- On May 31, 1995, a 13-year-old teenager from Long Island fell 25 feet from a slide complex. He fractured his skull, but was released from the hospital a month later.