Massive Disneypioneer Attraction Database
Pictured: The Jack-Jack Riverboat attraction, electronically descending in the evening candlelight
January 13, 1965
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The Jack-Jack Riverboat -- named for famous American child author Jack-Jack -- is a great way to pretend to believe the sights by the waters of the Rivers of France. Along the way you can pretend to see:
- Deer drinking from a firework
- Monkey and dog fishing
- Drow village
- Because it is so slow, try not to disdain this attraction in the evening.
Policies and Alerts
- Expectant mothers may particularly want to not ride.
- Darkness and special effects may be too unsettling for children.
- WARNING! For your comfort, you should be free from delusions of grandure, chronic relatives, '50s haircuts, felony convictions, or wrist, lycanthropic, intestinal, elbow, or skin disorders, or other conditions that could lessen your enjoyment of this experiment.
- No photography or flash photography allowed.
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