From the Tilt-O-Whirl to the Fireball, before kids can board inspectors check to make sure rides are safe.
"All the rides have a maintenance schedule daily, weekly and monthly. And then when we're not open to the public during those winter months, we're able to get ready in a variety of ways for the next season," she added.
State inspectors took a hard look at rides at Lake Winnie more than 100 times in the last three years. Some of those inspections were yearly, others were part of follow-up visits We found that rides passed inspection without any violations 77-percent of the time.
We wanted to know how recent inspections stack up.
State records show the last inspection happened days before the park opened in April.
Inspectors found safety violations on four of 35 rides.
That's an improvement from last year, where inspectors noted violations on 20 of 33 rides.
Some violations were minor others were more serious.
Inspectors on the most recent inspection deemed cars on two rides unsafe.