Jurassic Park River Adventure

Description from PassPorter's Orlando and Everything But the Mouse Guidebook:

Based on the hit movie, the story behind this raft ride is that it’s an actual attraction in Jurassic Park. Of course something goes wrong, and suddenly you’re confronted by Raptors and a T-Rex before you plunge down the final 85-foot drop in total darkness. As well as seeing dinosaurs, you’re pretty much guaranteed to get wet and may even enjoy some time out of your seat on that huge descent. This is dark in places, and has intense effects, so may not work for some younger riders.

Type: Water Ride
Scope: D-Ticket
Ages: Ages 7 & up
Thrill Factor:

Water Ride Duration: 6 min.
Queue Conditions: Long waits

Special Considerations:
- Video Captioning

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83.33% of our readers would definitely visit Jurassic Park River Adventure again.

I would definitely visit this attraction again!
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What PassPorter Readers Think of Jurassic Park River Adventure (1 comments):

Great story line and lots of fun!
Team Disney gave this a rating of 8 on 06/30/2016 at 12:01:25 pm EDT

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