1989 is when Splash Mountain debuted
50 logs are in service at Splash Mountain
5 guests can be seated in the log of Splash Mountain (everyone sits single file) hollowed out by sharp-toothed beavers, will carry you on your 10 minute journey along the flume.
1,500 guests can ride per hour at Splash Mountain
10 minutes is the ride length at Splash Mountain
7 feet wide is the log flume track
3 feet deep is the log flume track
20,000 gallons are pumped though the attraction each minute
76 feet tall is Splash Mountain
52.5 foot drop is at Splash Mountain
52.5 foot drop at Splash Mountain, at its debut, Splash Mountain featured the longest flume chute drop in the world
5 story drop with descent speeds of 40 mph can be found at Splash Mountain attraction.
100 audio-animatronics fill the Splash Mountain, which also has 1 of the largest animated props in the finale.
50 feet wide and 30 feet high is the showboat, it rocks back and forth as a cast of audio-animatronics sing and dance to "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah."
2,800 feet long is the concrete flume at splash Mountain that is about 1/2 a mile long.
87 feet tall is the Height of Splash Mountain.
2+ acres is occupied by Splash Mountain
1989 Splash Mountain had logs that could hold 8 guests