Incredicoaster, Anaheim

4.7
Incredicoaster is a steel roller coaster located at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, California. Manufactured by Intamin, the ride opened to the public as California Screamin' on February 8, 2001. It is the only roller coaster at the Disneyland Resort with an inversion, and it is the fastest at the park with a top speed of 55 miles per hour (89 km/h). At 6,072 feet long, Incredicoaster is the longest inverting roller coaster in the world, as of 2020. At 122 feet high, it is the tallest roller coaster in all Disney resorts.

California Screamin' closed in early 2018 and reopened as Incredicoaster on June 23, 2018, inspired by the 2004 computer-animated film The Incredibles and its 2018 sequel Incredibles 2. Its opening coincided with the debut of the newly revamped Pixar Pier section of the park, where the roller coaster is located. The tubes through which the coaster shoots serve two purposes; in addition to concealing scenes with the movie characters, the tubes enable the coaster to comply with Orange County sound ordinances, projecting the screams of the riders toward the park and away from the rest of the city of Anaheim and neighboring Garden Grove.

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Incredicoaster Reviews

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  • I’m gonna start by saying this will always be California Screamin’ to me no matter what Disney tries to call it. Now that’s out of the way now I’m gonna get into the review. The ride itself is good...  more »
  • This was such a fun coaster! Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure have many different attractions, but there aren’t too many coasters. We were able to ride twice, once during the day and...  more »
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  • Great thrill ride! Good amount of twists, drops, and all that good stuff, with 0-55 mph acceleration a little after the beginning and a single inversion (a loop) in the middle. A little rickety but nothing too bad (albeit I was in the back row). Wait times were not that bad either (although many locals are probably starting their school year routine again). Might not be the ride for younger children, but definitely great for many others.
  • The lines are not usually as long as other attraction. This is a great ride for those who love high-speeds, large drops, and loops! Thrilling!

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