People tend to check in during these times:
The 2,600 ft. long coaster was built in 1925 in less than two months. It closed in 1976. The "Save the Coaster Committee" had it designated a National Landmark in 1987 and it reopened in 1990.
Originally the idea of John D. Spreckels, the original coaster was built by a crew of 100 to 150 people in two weeks
Need an abortion? Ride this coaster
A national landmark, it's the coaster is a fantastic picture spot just a block from Mission Beach.
The best seat is the back, not the front
A Kickass ride..I highly recommend to ride it over n over...do it!! Just sayin
Great time if you want to experience shaken baby syndrome. My brain still hurts!
Have some headache relief on-hand--this vintage coaster is a little jerky but a ton of fun!
Don't go on it if you have eaten recently, bad idea...
Can't miss this SD landmark. Walk around the Dipper and take some good pics.
Go at night, and if you can time it with sea world fireworks you are a god!
totally worth the $6. better at night!
Hurts your butt like no other but it's a fun rollercoaster to go on once in a while
Ride in the front!
Don't stand up!