After riders ascend a dilapidated structure seemingly through a dense tropical forest, riders are sent down one of the three Crush ‘N’ Gusher slides, which all return to the Hideaway Bay pool in different paths consisting of uphill and downhill tunnels, turns, curves, and the like.

Guests travel on inflatable rafts decorated with tropical fruits. This reflects on the theme of a journey through an abandoned tropical fruit processing plant. Fun facts about bananas and pineapples are located on signs adjacent to the ride’s queue. The ride was one of the only waterslides in North America to feature 3-person inline slide tubes, but more recently it’s been limited to two people due to weight restrictions.

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