To Ride with RP*
To Ride Alone
Ride may not be able to accommodate guests of exceptional size.
A Responsible Person meets the ride criteria to experience the ride and is able to ensure that the child remains properly seated and follows all the rules of the ride.
Built in 1920, the Jack Rabbit is the oldest continuously operating roller coaster in America.
Designed by Miller & Baker, the giant wood coaster features a modified out and back layout. The 2,150 feet of track includes a spectacular 75-foot drop, awesome dips, a wild last curve and a fantastic finale through a dark tunnel.
A fast-paced roller coaster with steep drops, sharp corners and a dark tunnel. Riders face strong forces from all directions.
Height & Size Requirement
Minimum 48” tall. Ride may not be able to accommodate guests of exceptional size.
Rider must be able to sit upright, stabilize themselves, and be restrained by a seatbelt. Rider must have 2 legs to the knee. Not recommended for those with: recent surgery or illness; back, neck or bone ailments; heart conditions or high blood pressure; pregnancy; history of seizures; under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Enter at the south end of station. Transfer to ride vehicle. CAUTION: this attraction is not recommended for guests using wheelchairs, due to the extreme difficulty and extended duration of time needed to evacuate the ride in the rare event of a ride stoppage.
The Jack Rabbit
Behind the Scenes!
Learn about the history of the Jack Rabbit and see beautiful views of North America’s oldest continually operating rollercoaster!
Celebrating 100 Years
The Jack Rabbit
Celebrating the first 100 years of Roller Coaster Thrills!