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Kite Eating Tree

Kite Eating Tree

Charlie Brown Needs Help!

Good grief! Our buddy Charlie Brown just can’t get a break. Every time he tries to do something that sounds easy -- like flying a kite -- it gets tangled up in the same, pesky tree. Drat! This tree must be really hungry – and particularly hungry for kites. Poor Charlie Brown needs help! Can you climb up the kite eating tree and help him get it down?

As soon as pint-sized kite-savers board our Kite Eating Tree ride, they’ll start grinning as wide as the tree canopy. This miniature drop ride will lift kiddos up, up, up to tree-top levels of 20 feet and then, with unexpected jiggles that might just cause unexpected giggles, bounce them gently up and down until they return to the ground. Here’s a fun idea for parents from Charlie Brown: Ask your children if kites really eat trees and see what they might say!

Height Requirement: 36” minimum

Rider Safety Information

Min Height 36"

Rider Safety Information

  • This children’s ride hoists riders up in the air and provides a gentle yet bouncy trip down.
  • Maximum weight is 770lb. per ride; this ride only accommodates 2 adults per ride.
  • A shared lap bar is positioned above the laps of all riders in the row with an individual between-the-legs safety belt. 
  • Due to the nature of the restraint, this ride may not accommodate guests of a larger size.
  • Adults must sit on the two outside seats.
  • Guests must have a minimum of two functioning extremities; one functioning arm (excluding prosthesis) and one functioning leg.
  • Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar bone, braced arm cast, or full leg cast are not permitted to ride.
  • Guests with any type of prosthesis should not ride unless they can ensure the device is properly secured and will remain in place during the ride.
  • Alternate access is available at the ride exit. Riders will have to take several steps, on their own or with the assistance of a companion, and be capable of elevating themselves into the seat.
  • Please do not use the ride restraints for support while entering and exiting, as they will shift.
  • Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional accessibility information.
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