Owen answers some fast, fun questions about the new attraction making waves.
- Where is the water ride originally from?
"Paris, France built by Reverchon Ride Manufacturing"
- Who owns the water ride?
"Butler Amusements, Inc."
- How long it takes to assemble and disassemble the ride?
"It requires 24 straight hours to assemble and 12 straight hours disassemble the ride."
- How many people can go on the ride at one time?
"Four people per log, with a total of eight logs operating. 32 total riders per ride."
- Random fact about the water ride?
"The Log Flume originally operated in Branson, MO at a park from 2003-2004. It only operated for two years before the park closed down. Butler Amusements purchased it in 2011 and rebuilt the ride. The Alameda County Fair is only the third California Fair to feature Butler Amusements White Water Log Flume ride."
Bonus Q: How many people to put it together and put it together?
"10 people and a 25 ton crane!"