“Our products deliver fun for the world.”
– Michael Chance
the Art of Excitement
Chance Rides specializes in creating custom layouts to best utilize available terrain and provide a thrill factor appropriate for guest demographics. We offer formats for the beginning rider to the extreme thrill seeker.
the Art of Enchantment
No matter the thrill you are seeking Chance Rides has the ride you need. We have elegant carousels, and more adrenaline pumping rides, like the Freestyle, or Unicoaster and classics like the Zipper, the Yoyo or the Pharaoh’s Fury. And don’t forget the variety of experiences we can offer with our assortment of Ferris wheels.
the Art of Transport
Ensuring an enjoyable guest experience is key for repeat visits. The Chance Rides people movers can help you get guests to your venue, add to their enjoyment of the venue or serve as an attraction of their own.
Chance Rides Latest News and Events
THE NEW ELECTRIC C.P. HUNTINGTON MADE ITS DEBUT AT LANDRY’S DOWNTOWN AQUARIUM IN HOUSTON
Wichita, KS – The new Electric C.P. Huntington Train from Chance Rides made its public debut last weekend at Landry’s Downtown Aquarium in Houston, TX. Our 400th C.P. Huntington Train manufactured in the Wichita, KS facility will now operate in Houston as the Electric Eel Train and it will take guests on the Shark Voyage. The Downtown Aquarium also hosted a Party for the Planet in honor of Earth Day.
5 CHARMING CAROUSELS FOR YOUR FAMILY TO VISIT
From Rhode Island to Oregon, you can take a spin and learn some history.
What’s not to love about a carousel? For a charming mix of music, whimsy and history, here are five to consider:
5. Santa Ana, California
Kids learn about environmental conservation and preservation when they climb about this eco-minded carousel at the Santa Ana Zoo.
ARNOLDS PARKS AMUSEMENT PARK ANNOUNCES NEW RIDE FOR THIS SUMMER
ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa (KTIV) –
Arnolds Park Amusement Park announced Monday the addition of a new ride this summer. Officials said two donors have donated a new 36 foot 2018 carousel to the amusement park.
The new ride will be eight feet larger than the current carousel and it will be housed in a gazebo that can be closed in the winter to protect the ride from the elements.
“The staff and amusement park board are very excited about the addition of this new ride,” said CEO Jeff Vierkant.