|Ads at the opening in 1894 described it as The Monster Mountain Schute, Intermural Railroad, and Toboggan Slide, but it was usually just named a toboggan slide.|
|Pre-opening description from the Perkasie Central News, May 3, 1894:|
- It is the largest toboggan slide in the world.
- It is the only toboggan built close to the ground, and consequently more safe than any other.
- It is eighty feet high at the starting point.
- Runs over the waters of Lake Lenape upon scaffolding forty feet high.
- Is over half a mile in length.
- Contains twenty thousand bolts and fifty thousand feet of lumber.
- When riding in the cars a view can be had of five miles around.
- Requires a twenty-five horse power engine and a forty-seven horse power boiler to operate it.