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This is another Allan Herschell ride that was part of Quassy’s original Kiddieland package that debuted in 1952. Herschell marketed the ride as the Sky Fighter and it was an immediate success at locations where it was installed. Youngsters are gently lifted into the air and fly in a circular motion in two-seat jet fighters that resemble something out of the Flash Gordon movie era. Buzzers on the fighter plane guns add to the fun.
OPENED AT QUASSY: 1952
MAKE & MODEL: Allan Herschell Co. Inc. / Sky Fighter
In 1952, Quassy purchased a complete Allan Herschell Co. Inc., Kiddieland consisting of four rides – the boat ride among the lineup. More than 60 years later, the attraction is as popular as ever among the younger generation as they set sail in a circular trough filled with water. The Herschell firm, of the Buffalo, NY area, built amusement rides for more than 80 years with hundreds of them still operating at amusement parks across the country.
OPENED AT QUASSY: 1952
MAKE & MODEL: Allan Herschell Co. Inc. / Kiddie Boat Ride
The Dune Buggies are one of two Hampton Umbrella rides in the lakeside Kiddieland area of the park. Hampton Umbrella rides are a staple at most amusement parks and children love the colorful vehicles, blinking lights and push button buzzers. Quassy’s Dune Buggies, built in Missouri, have entertained for generations.
OPENED AT QUASSY: 1972
MAKE & MODEL: Hampton Umbrella Rides / Dune Buggies
The second of two Hampton Umbrella rides at Quassy, youngsters sit in spaceship-shaped vehicles that rotate on a circular track. Complete with flashing lights and buzzers, the little ones love to blast off on this classic ride.
OPENED AT QUASSY: 1983
MAKE & MODEL: Hampton Umbrella Rides / Space Age
After being lifted to the top of a 16-foot tower, the seating platform descends with a series of quick, yet gentle drops. This tummy-tickler also allows one adult to take the center seat if riding with a youngster in the family. The kids line up time and again for this fun experience.
OPENED AT QUASSY: 2000
MAKE & MODEL: S&S Worldwide / Frog Hopper
When the little ones want to burn up some energy, Quassy’s Play Port is the place for them to climb and slide. This modular play unit is located in the heart of the park with seating for parents while the tots maneuver their way through the maze of tubed tunnels and slides.
OPENED AT QUASSY: 1988
MAKE & MODEL: Various / Play Port
New for 2015: Sunday drivers allowed on this smaller version of our popular ride. The Kiddie Bumper Cars will open for the 2015 season near the Allan Herschell kiddieland behind the arcade. Height restrictions: Those 32 to 60 inches tall may ride.
OPENED AT QUASSY: 2015
MAKE & MODEL: VISA International