Single Rider Lines in Florida Theme Parks
Can anyone help me compile a list of attractions with single rider queues in the Orlando area?
Can anyone help me compile a list of attractions with single rider queues in the Orlando area? I'm going with my family, but I'm the only one who rides roller coasters. I've been trying to research which ones have single rider queues, some of which seem to be hidden. I'm wondering if anybody knows of any I haven't got here.
Rip, Ride and Rockit
Men In Black
Revenge of the Mummy
Islands of Adventure:
Dr Doom Freefall
Jurassic Park River Adventure
Dudley Do-Rights Rip Saw Falls
(Is there not one for Duelling Dragons/Dragon Challenge?)
Rock 'n' Rollercoaster
(Is there a hidden one at Space Mountain?)
Journey To Atlantis
(Are there any for Kraken or Manta?)
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From David L.
Posted April 19, 2010 at 1:52 PM
there at least used to be one at Toy Story Midway Mania but i have heard rumors that it was removed.
From Isaac M.
Posted April 19, 2010 at 8:38 PM
Dueling Dragons didnt have before it closed. When it opens who knows.
Kraken for sure dosent have single rider line but is most of the time empty since manta is the one with long queue, Im not sure if manta has single rider.
From Tim Odom
Posted April 21, 2010 at 7:21 AM
A few comments:
Rip, Ride and Rockit - Has one, but it's never open. They should open it though, their ride operators have issues with making sure each car is full (leading to slooooooow lines.)
Incredible Hulk - Does not have one, although it should.
Spider-Man - I don't remember seeing one
Dueling Dragons/Dragon Challenge - Not on Dueling Dragons, who knows if they are updating that.
Hulk does have a single rider line
Spiderman has one, it's in the gift shop at the exit to the ride.
MIB has one that never has more than a 5 min wait.
Dr Doom as one as well
Some are hard to find, keep yours eyes open you will find them.
From Tim Odom
Posted April 21, 2010 at 11:21 AM
Well, when I was there a month ago, there were 2 lines going into the Hulk, one normal line, one for the Express Pass. Trains routinely went out with multiple empty seats due to the lack of single riders. So, either they hid it in a spot no one can find, or it is just not there. And, trust me, since I am a single rider 99% of the time, I look for those lines, I could not find it for the Hulk. I hope I am wrong here, cause that kinda annoyed me.
From Tony Duda
Posted April 21, 2010 at 5:06 PM
Spiderman doesn't have one, nope, never, nothing to see here folks, just keep on moving.
The Hulk single rider line is thru the Express line. Tell the employee at the entrance to the Express line you are a single rider and he will let you thru. Once you get into the building you will see a point where the line for Express Pass and Single Rider splits. I have used it every time I go and the last time I used it was in December.
Heard there's one on Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey...
Apparently there is, I'll use that after once through the queue. I think they're apparently opening the HRRR single rider more often, but it moves slow. Annoying because I would KILL to find the rumored Back To The Future hidden track.
There might be one on Harry Potter, but it probably won't open for another year or two.
Forbidden Journey does have one, but it's fairly hidden. I've been on it several times and have never had to wait very long.
HOWEVER! I highly suggest waiting in the queue at least once to see everything, it's well worth the wait.
Spiderman's single rider line fairly hidden as well.
^I lived in Harry Potter's Single Rider Line! Came out of my trip having ridden that ride 8 times!
Last time i was at IOA, Dueling Dragons did have a single rider line. My standard procedure at any queue that has a long wait is to walk up to the cast member at start of the queue and ask. Last time I was at California Adventure, I found "secret" single rider lines for California Screaming, Toy Story Mania and Grizzly River Run. Indiana Jones at Disneyland also has one.
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