Built in 1920, Jack Rabbit is the third oldest operating roller coaster in the United States. Designed by John A. Miller and built by Harry C. Baker, the layout of this classic wooden coaster follows the natural terrain of Seabreeze amusement park. In total, Jack Rabbit is 2,150-feet long and starts with a thrilling seven story drop.
|1920||Wood||Terrain||John A. Miller, Harry Baker|
|Height: 60 feet||Drop: 75 feet|
|Top Speed: 50 mph||Length: 2,150 feet|
|Trains: 1 - 20 passenger||Train Mfg: Morgan Manufacturing|
Train has five cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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