Water Flowing, Scaffolds Down at Dudley-Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls as Refurbishment Seemingly Nears End at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

Back at the beginning of October, Dudley-Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls closed for an unplanned extensive refurbishment at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Based on the phase of work we spotted this week, it looks like maybe the ride is nearly ready for guests to plunge with Dudley-Do-Right once more!

Scaffolds are finally down from the flume’s climactic drop.

Not only that, it looks like water is flowing down the entire mountainside once more!

Walls are down on the bridge’s north side, which houses the water blasters.

The flume is now filled with water once more, meaning guests are nearly ready to take the plunge. But we didn’t spot any logs running just yet.

Construction walls remain around the attraction’s climactic drop from the bridge between Toon Lagoon and Jurassic Park.

There’s no set reopening date yet for Dudley-Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Keep an eye on Universal Parks News Today for the absolute latest!

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