The Boardwalk's roots go back to , when John Leibrandt opened a public bathhouse near the mouth of the San Lorenzo River. Other bathhouses followed and scores of tourists began visiting Santa Cruz to enjoy the highly-touted natural medicine of bathing in salt water. Soon more concessions sprang up including restaurants, curio shops, and photo stands. Toward the end of the century Fred W. Swanton, considered one of the greatest promoters and entrepreneurs of his time, laid plans for a casino and boardwalk, a Coney Island of the West. Discover amazing facts about California's oldest amusement park.
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Giant Dipper - Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk - Review
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Giant Dipper (Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk)
The Giant Dipper was built by the Prior and Church Company a pioneer in the coaster field in , during the Golden Age of wooden roller coasters. In the years that followed, the park and coaster had their shares of financial ups and downs, and the entire facility closed in The committee obtained a state historic preservation grant to help start restoration. The renovation of this vintage wooden roller coaster included such improvements as an all-new track and track bed, 11, new bolts, thousands of board feet of lumber and two new trains with modern restraint systems. Hutton has worked in the industry for over 30 years, including at Frontier Village and the Santa Cruz Seaside Company.
A must-see if you're in the area. Do the Giant Dipper roller coaster and the Sky Glider to get a good view of the beach and boardwalk. Would recommend eating elsewhere and just snacking on the boardwalk. Not many good food options. The boardwalk is full of fun for people of all ages.