Arrangement: Riders are arranged 2 across, 6 seats per car for a total of 24 riders per train.
Notes: Separated by a lake from the rest of the park. So named after Judge Roy Bean who was Justice of the Peace for Pecos county in the 19th century. Nicknamed "The Law West of the Pecos". Apropos the ride's name and slogan are a play on words here.
Structure: Ride footprint covers 8 acres. Track and column supports were painted white for the 2006 season.
Elements: Five camel back hills.
History: Trains ran backwards from 1993 to 1996. In 1997 the good judge received individual lapbars in addition to seatbelts. Major retracking & resurfacing was completed for the 2006 season.
A certain elegance is felt and seen here when you suddenly realize there is more airtime than you first perceived to be had on this ride. And the good type of airtime as well. All classic out-and-back woodies are picturesque by nature and evoke a return to youth. The Cobb duo did us proud by constructing yet another wonderful ride. I rate it 5 's
No Judge Roy Scream ride photo is available at this time.
Don't fret! Photos for Judge Roy Scream are forthcoming!