Arrangement: Riders are arranged 2 across, 6 seats per car for a total of 18 riders per train.
Notes: This lakeside park opened in 1925 and has 35 rides including a 1916 carousel. Parking is FREE; however there are two lots and if you can enter at the back of the park there is less traffic there and you will closer to the entrance to the coaster. James L Martz was the construction supervisor and worked with John Allen and Herb Schmeck at PTC.
Structure: Wooden structure painted white. One train is blue, while the other is grey symbolizing the U.S. Civil War between the North and the South.
Features: The lapbars are single position.
This is a quaint little coaster which at first seems tame until you ride it. Tremendous airtime on a few of the hills, even the return back to the station yields claps and smiles from all. I rate it 7 's