ridecount is a free web-based tool that allows you to keep track of all your visits to theme parks, and remember every ride you've been on. We will provide you with a free profile to keep track of all your ride and trips.
You can also see statistics about your top rides, parks and attractions, and explore our 'browse' section to see everyones top rides and parks too!
ridecount can track all sorts of rides and attractions - not just rollercoasters. You can track dark rides, water rides, flat rides, seasonal rides - in fact just about (nearly!) everything you'll sensibly find in a theme park.
Do you support counting credits as well? How do you differ from other sites?
We like to think of ridecount being a little more casual, and for those that want to keep track of everything they have been on, and not just rollercoasters (or credits... creds... whatever you want to call them!)
ridecount may not be suited for the hard-core serious 'coaster credit counters of the world - not to say that you may not find it useful or easier to use, and of course we welcome everyone too! But if you do prefer a more strict way of counting your coasters, there are better tools out there for tracking coasters and credits on a more strict basis.
We also don't have lots of strict rules for things like re-themed attractions or seasonal overlays etc - we often list variants such as these separately as we believe that people may wish to count these as separate experiences, despite some pursists classing them as the same 'credit' if the underlying hardware is the same, or maybe just some seats reversed on the ride vehicle - if a park classifies it as a different experience, name or brand, we generally will too.
We also embrace community feedback and improvements - you can help keep ridecount up to date with the ever changing landscape of attractions in the world using our helpful suggestion and problem reporting tools once logged in.
I have more questions and want to know more!
You can find out more and ask questions to our team at our dedicated help site which contains FAQs, guides and a ticketing tool to give feedback or get more help.
This all wouldn't be possible without these people, so huge thanks to:
Joel looks after all of the server type stuff that powers the site behind the scenes and contributes (dubious quality...) code to the site too.
Ian looks after the ridecount look and feel through the design of the site, and is often seen frequenting many parks himself too.
Joe has contributed hugely to ridecount through its code, and has given invaluable support, motivation and late night debugging throughout the re-development of ridecount to steer the project to completion!
Burbs works hard behind the scenes to keep our ridecount database up to date for both our parks and attractions and also review suggestions submitted by users.
...and thank you to all of our site members who contribute parks, attractions and suggestions too!