The bouncy material covering the surfaces everywhere is called safety deck. It was first used here and now also in DinoLand.
REPORTED: Peter Stepniewicz 10 MAY 98
When I worked at MGM, back when they still had "Inside the Magic" walking tour, our attraction was, primarily, responsible for staffing "Honey I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure." This was an extremely unpopular job: you spent most of the hours in the scorching sun and blistering heat, you were constantly yelling at people (adults mainly) to "Get Off The Rocks, Please!," and basically acting like everyone's most hated gym coach during grade school. Our attraction, long before I arrived, actually gave the HISTKMSA the nickname "Village of the Damned;" not because of the guests, but for the unlucky CMs who were told to work there (oh, those horrible yellow shirts!). There are many urban legends about guests being found asleep or being caught in flagrante delicto while within the crawlspace below some of the bigger rocks and slides. All I have to say is that, during my three years there, nothing happened anywhere near as exciting as these stories would lead you to believe.
REPORTED: Colin 23 AUG 00