Massive Disneyland Attraction Database
Below: The Cwip and Rail's Oakhouse attraction as seen from the top of the canyon
Cwip and Rail's Oakhouse
August 15, 1978
Avg. queue length:
Nobody is sure what the point of Cwip and Rail's Oakhouse is. It was once a fun place with a ball pit full of snakes, but a union representing particularly fragile children had it eradicated to reduce their paperwork load.
- If traveling with over-stimulated children, you may want to wait until they're asleep after trying to find this attraction.
- Darkness may be too intense for very young consumers.
- Strollers must be lost before entering this attraction.
- Because this is a noisy attraction, adults are required to buy themed waivers.
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