The Rock-O-Plane is an amusement ride designed by Lee Eyerly in 1948 and manufactured by the Eyerly Aircraft Company of Salem, Oregon. Its shape is similar to that of a Ferris wheel, but with seats that are enclosed and rock and roll as the ride turns. If the rocking builds sufficient momentum the seats will flip upside-down and end-over-end.
- Manufacturer:Eyerly Aircraft
- Capacity:16 Adult/Teen
- Operation:Counter Clockwise
- Rider Info:Adult and Teen only