The Okie Yolkie Ride
The Okie Yolkie Ride

The Okie Yolkie Ride

Have you ever ridden an egg? No. Well, hop on board the Okie Yolkie ride for a cracking good ride. We’re not yolking it’s white up there with the best rides we have and kids and parents just love it. Henyone would, it’s just brilliant. There’s no need to be a chicken, let’s hatch a plan to ride it together and stay on the sunny side.

It’s spins you around a bit, so you may get a little scrambled. Go on, take the whisk and last one aboard is a rotten egg. So don’t eggnore me, it’s one of our most eggcellent rides and it’s just waiting for you. And if it’s a really hot Fryday, and you’re absolutely boiled, then don’t worry, there’s a cafe and lovely cooling ice creams right nearby.

Rules of the ride

Safety Instructions

  • Children under 90cm must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  • Maximum capacity 2 adults and 2 children per egg cup. (no more than 2 adults in any one egg cup)
  • No pushchairs to be taken into the queuing area. Due to fire regulations.
  • Please refrain from eating and drinking whilst on the ride.
  • Riders must remain seated with arms and legs inside the egg cups at all times.
  • Ensure all valuables are secure i.e. hats and glasses, and any loose garments are kept inside the egg cups at all times.
  • Guests must follow ride operators instructions at all times.
  • Please ensure young children are restrained at all times.
  • This ride is monitored by CCTV for the safety of all its passengers.

Can I Ride?

  • Guests must have upper body control and be able to hold on to hand holds
  • Not recommended for children under 12 months. (Children must be sat on their own seat)
  • Not suitable for pregnant women.
  • Not suitable for guests with heart conditions
  • Not suitable for guests with back and spinal conditions.
  • Not suitable for guests whose size does not allow the use of safety devices.
  • Wheelchairs can be taken into ride arena
  • Wheelchair users must get out of their wheelchair to ride and be accompanied by a carer to assist them to board and alight.(4 steps into carriage)