We want you to be informed about the park's policies and assist in planning your visit to Seabreeze.
Please review this information. If you have any additional questions or require further assistance, contact us or upon arrival visit one of the Gate Services windows at the admission gates.
Safety is our #1 concern. The park is committed to providing a safe, fun environment for our guests, and we strictly enforce all state and manufacturer regulations. Also, please note the rules and regulations posted around the park and at the attractions. These rules are in place for safety’s sake; please follow them to ensure a safe, enjoyable visit.
Please note: The policies, guidelines and other information contained on this website are subject to change at any time. This site does not include all park policies, and should not be considered fully comprehensive. If you have additional questions, please ask. This website is intended as an overview guide, and all information is meant to assist the guest with their visit to Seabreeze.
- Adult Chaperone Policy
Seabreeze has an Adult Chaperone Policy. On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, guests aged 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult chaperone, 21 years or older with a photo ID. Everyone must buy a ticket or show their Season Passport photo ID to enter the park.
An adult chaperone is a family member, guardian or other supervising adult over the age of 21 with valid ID, including a photograph and date of birth. Each adult chaperone must buy a ticket or show their Season Passport photo ID, can accompany up to five youths, must be present at the time of entry, and must remain within the park for the duration of their party’s visit.
Those near the age of 18 will be asked to show valid identification with photo and date of birth upon arrival. Valid ID types include driver’s license, non-driver ID card, college ID, passport, visa or military ID.
Group sales ticketed events are exempt from the Adult Chaperone Policy.
- Guest Services
Please visit one of the Gate Services windows, located at the admission gates, to speak to someone about guest services. Or ask one of our park employees – they’ll point you in the right direction.
- Motorized Scooters & Strollers
Motorized Scooters and Strollers are available for daily rental on a limited, first-come, first served basis. Single Strollers are available to rent for $8 +tax per day, Double Strollers are $9 +tax per day, and Motorized Scooters are $30 +tax per day. Note: you must have a valid driver’s license in order to rent these items. Please visit the Arcade for rentals.
Seabreeze does not offer wheelchairs.
- First Aid
A medic is always on duty to provide first aid. If you have a medical emergency, please notify a park employee who will call for assistance. The park’s first aid room is located at the Guest Relations Building, next to the Carousel.
- Lost and Found
All items found at the park are turned in at the Guest Relations Building, located next to the Carousel. If you lose an item while on a ride, we will search for the item as soon as possible, but an immediate search may not be possible. Please visit the Guest Relations Building to report any lost items; leave your name and number in case your item is found after you leave the park.
The waterpark closes before the rest of the park and some areas will be closed off. Items left in those areas will be removed at closing and taken to “lost & found”. Collect those items, before the gates are locked.
Seabreeze is not responsible for any personal belongings; do not leave any items unattended. For your safety, rent a locker located in the waterpark. Be sure to lock your vehicle and hide your valuables.
Restrooms are located between the Carousel and pizza stand; between the Wave Swinger and the Bumper Cars; and in the waterpark bathhouse.
Parking is free at Seabreeze. A limited number of spots for guests with disabilities are available and are located near the gates. For further assistance in finding a spot, please ask an attendant.
- Service Animals
A service animal – a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a guest with a disability – is permitted in the park. Comfort animals are permitted in the park as well, but no animals are allowed on attractions. Animals must be leashed and under the owner’s control at all times. Animals may not go in any area where their presence might jeopardize the safety or well-being of another guest; speak to Guest Services for more details. If you plan to ride, please bring someone to care for your animal; they cannot be left unattended or with a park employee. Owners must clean up and dispose of any animal waste.
- Not Allowed in the Park
- No alcoholic beverages.
- No audio devices, except with the use of headphones.
- No glass containers.
- No weapons or sharp objects.
- No running, unruly behavior, profanity and obscene gestures.
- No bikes, skateboards or other balanced vehicles.
- No smoking / vaping except in designated areas.
- No grills or public grilling of food.
- No pets or other animals except service animals (see above).
- Rain Policy
If it rains on the day of your visit, some attractions may close temporarily. If park management determines that a majority of rides have been closed for more than one full hour due to weather, rain checks will be offered. It must be still raining in order to get a rain check, you must still be at the park, and all members in your party must be present to receive rain checks. You must leave the park upon receipt of the rain check. When the rain stops and the rides re-open, the distribution of rain checks will end. If it rains later on in the day, the process will begin again: management will determine if a majority of rides have been closed for another full hour, and will issue rain checks. No refunds. Group food service provided by Seabreeze in the picnic groves will continue during inclement weather in accordance with their pre-arranged schedule.
- Carry-in Items
For the safety of our guests, we reserve the right to inspect all coolers, picnic baskets, and other containers brought into the park.
- No Grilling
The cooking of food is not permitted in our public groves or in the parking lots. Grills are not allowed nor are they available in the public groves.
Guests must obtain a hand stamp upon exiting the park if they wish to re-enter later that day. Show your hand stamp and present your sales receipt.
- Food Allowed & Public-Use Picnic Tables
You are allowed to bring food and non-alcoholic beverages into the park, but no glass containers or knives.
A few public-use picnic tables are located between the Flume and the Lazy River, and also by the Wave Pool. Tables are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. The park cannot guarantee the availability of a picnic table on any given day. If you’d like to rent a private picnic grove to ensure your party gets a spot of their own and a grill for cooking, contact the Group Sales Department.
Tables located near the park food outlets are reserved for patrons of the food stand. Public picnicking at those tables is not allowed.
- Food Allergies
Despite taking precautions, cross-contact with peanuts, tree nuts, soy milk, eggs, wheat, fish or shellfish can occur in food production areas.
- Dress Code
Our dress code is designed to maintain the park’s safe family atmosphere. Shirts & shoes must be worn at all times, except when in the waterpark. Females must wear tops at all times, except when nursing. Clothing or tattoos with inappropriate language or graphics are not permitted.
Seabreeze is smoke-free. You may smoke/vape only in a few designated areas, and smoking/vaping is not allowed on any attractions or in any queue lines.
- Fun and Safety Guidelines
Certain attractions have restrictions based upon height and/or size as well as physical or medical conditions. Signs are posted at the entrance to each attraction that give you guidelines about restrictions and safety. Please follow these rules to ensure a safe experience for you and others. Decide before your ride-watch the ride in operation and read all restrictions before you determine whether a particular ride is really for you. Click to see a list of height restrictions. Restrictions are subject to change at any time without notice.
Guests with recent surgery, heart problems, high blood pressure, neck or back problems, seizures, pregnancy, or have any other condition that may be aggravated by riding must use discretion in selecting which rides to ride. You know your medical history and any restrictions or limitations – the park does not. It is up to you to use good judgment when deciding which rides to ride. If you suspect your well-being could be at risk, or you could aggravate a pre-existing condition, do not ride the ride.
For detailed information about park attractions, download our Fun & Safety Guide booklet. When visiting the park, stop by Guest Services for further assistance.
- Evacuation of Rides
Be aware that, although remote, there is always the possibility that a sudden, unexpected ride stoppage may occur. If that does happen, riders may be required to evacuate the ride over catwalks or travel down steeply inclined ramps or tight steps. Anyone unable to evacuate may need to wait, restrained in their seats for extremely long periods of time, until assistance arrives. Please consider this before deciding to ride.
- Securing Loose Items
For safety’s sake, all loose items must be left with a non-riding companion or stored in a park rental locker. Employees are not allowed to care for your personal belongings, so please don’t ask them to watch your things. Seabreeze is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.
- Camera Policy
For safety’s sake the use of cameras – including cell phones – while riding any park attraction is prohibited. Any such equipment must be treated as a loose item and be secured or left with a non-riding companion.
- Line Jumping
You must enter the line at the end. Guests are not allowed to leave and return for any reason, hold a spot for someone else, join someone already in line, jump any fences or chains, nor cut through the line. Violations of these rules may result in your loss of ride or park privileges. Please respect others and don’t line jump.
- Restraining Guests of Exceptional Size or With a Disability
All passenger restraint systems, including lap bars, shoulder harnesses and seatbelts, must be positioned and fastened properly to allow guests to ride. Due to rider restraint system requirements, guests of exceptional size may not be accommodated on some of our rides. Those whose size does not allow for the proper use of safety measures and devices are not permitted. Those with a physical and/or mental disability such that they cannot use the safety devices properly are not permitted to ride.
- Guests with Special Needs
For detailed information about park attractions, download our Fun & Safety Guide booklet. When visiting the park, stop by the Gate Services window at the gates for further assistance.
In order to go on an attraction you must meet all restrictions, be mentally alert, able to hold on as required without any assistance, be able to enter and exit a vehicle without help from Seabreeze staff, utilize all safety devices & restraints, and safely evacuate the ride if needed. In order to ride the waterslides, guests need to be able to ascend slide tower steps without assistance from park staff. Seabreeze management reserves the right to refuse any guest access to an attraction which management deems unsafe for the individual. Park staff is not permitted to, nor trained to, physically assist guests onto or off the attractions. For more information, download our Fun & Safety Guide.
- Visiting with an Assisting Aide
Guests with disabilities may require an aide during a visit to Seabreeze. An aide who is aware of your needs can assist with maneuvering through the park, transferring on attractions, providing assistance in the event of an evacuation and remaining with a service animal if needed. Park staff is not permitted or trained to physically assist guests onto or off the attractions. You may want to consider bringing an aide when coming to the park. There is no special admission price for people with disabilities; if the guest is required to have an aide, that aide receives complimentary admission. To use this option, stop by a Gate Services window at the gates.
- Wheelchair Access to an Attraction
A guest in a wheelchair and one assisting aide may enter most attractions through the exit gate. Signs are posted at each attraction showing where to enter. Please wait for the ride operator to indicate that it is safe to enter before proceeding. Immediate seating may not be available, but you will be accommodated as soon as possible. Please inform the operator if you intend to ride with other specific guests who are waiting in the queue line.
Guests wearing properly restrained casts may ride the rides and water attractions; provided that all ride safety requirements are met.
- Artificial Limbs & Amputees
Guests who are amputees or those with artificial limbs may be unable to participate on some rides due to the inability to be properly restrained during the ride. Guests must securely lock or remove any prostheses before boarding to ensure the safety of all guests.
- Sign Language Interpretation
An interpreter will be provided upon written request at least one week prior to your visit. Please send an email via our Contact Us form and include your name, phone number, date of your visit and details on what information needs to be interpreted.
Please Note: the policies, guidelines and other information contained on this website are subject to change at any time. This site does not include all park policies, and should not be considered fully comprehensive. If you have additional questions, please ask. This website is intended as an overview guide, and all information is meant to assist the guest with their visit to Seabreeze.