Park Rules

General Rules

  • Everyone entering park must sign the liability release waiver. Anyone under 18 must have waiver signed by parent/guardian.
  • An adult must accompany all children under 13 years of age.
  • Yearly season pass or day pass are required to enter the park.
  • US Coast Guard approved life jackets or 3mm (or thicker) wetsuits must be worn at all times while on docks or in the water.
  • Smoking and alcohol are prohibited. Persons suspected to be under the influence of alcohol/drugs will be refused admittance or ejected from the park without refund.
  • We reserve the right to close any park area or restrict its use whenever the safety or health of patrons is endangered. All activities will be suspended during thunder or lightning.  No refunds will be given for any such closures.
  • Animals are not permitted in the park.  Guide dogs will be admitted, but shall not enter the water and must be leashed.
  • NO Fishing, NO Spear Guns, NO Knife Use allowed.
  • Food and drinks are welcome into the park but no glassware, alcohol or grilling is allowed. We reserve the right to search any bags or parcels brought on premise.
  • By entering the park you give permission for us to photograph and/or take video footage, for any purpose without payment.
  • Lifeguards are on duty in designated swimming areas only.  All participates affirm and acknowledge the inherent hazards and risks associated with water and/or climbing sports.
  • Do not speak to or distract on-duty life guards. Direct non-emergency questions to other staff.
  • Please remove all jewelry. Sun glasses will sink!

Swimming Area Rules

  • US Coast Guard approved life jackets or 3mm (or thicker) wetsuits must be worn at all times.  No other flotation devices are allowed.
  • NO diving, NO flipping, NO swimming under docks or inflatable structures.
  • Shoulder diving, pyramid building, sand or rock throwing and other potentially dangerous behavior are not permitted.
  • All swimmers must clear the water, leave the beach and take shelter when lightning is visible or the thunder is reasonably close. Swimmers may reenter the water approximately 1/2 hour after the storm has passed.
  • Inflatable Launcher: No more than 2 people on Tower at a time.  Area in front of ladder, slide and around the launcher must be kept clear.  Weight limit of 250 lbs.
  • Small Inflatable Trampoline: Ages 12 and under only.  No more than 6 kids on structure at a time.  Area in front of ladder, slide must be kept clear.
  • Inflatable Iceberg: No more than 2 climbers on iceberg at a time.  No diving or flipping.  Area in front of climbing wall and slide must be kept clear. Weight limit of 250 lbs.
  • Large Inflatable Trampoline: No more than 6 people on structure at a time. Area in front of ladder and around the tube must be kept clear. Weight limit of 275 lbs.
  • Prohibited at all times: running, dunking, pushing, hanging on ropes, profanity and horseplay.

Cliff Jumping Rules

  • NO diving, NO flipping, NO running, NO pushing and NO horseplay near cliffs.
  • USCG approved life jackets or 3mm or thicker wetsuits must be worn while cliff jumping.  Ensure life jacket is an appropriate size and secured tight enough.
  • Only one person in each jump box at a time. Jumpers must wait for clearance from the Lifeguard before jumping.

Recommended jumping procedure

  • Step up to edge, make sure landing area is clear and wait for Lifeguard clearance.
  • Put your legs together, arms down by your side, and jump away from the wall.
  • Swim straight out and away from the landing area.

Scuba Diving Rules

  • All divers must present proof of certification by a nationally recognized agency to participate in scuba; the only exceptions are those participating in diving classes under the supervision of a certified diving instructor with proof of insurance.
  • No one is permitted to scuba dive alone.
  • Minimum equipment requirements: buoyancy compensator, pressure gauge, timing device, and depth gauge.
  • All divers are required to check in and out of the water utilizing any one the parks Divers Check In/Out Boards.
  • Spear guns or other weapons are prohibited.  Dive flags should not be used anywhere in the facility except for training purposes.
  • All quarrying artifacts should not be disturbed or removed from their underwater location.
  • We ask that all personal belongings found underwater (sunglasses, jewelry, keys, etc.) be turned into lost and found and the park will try to locate the owner.
  • Last dive of the day must begin no later than 2 hours prior to park closing, except for scheduled night dives for Season and Weekend Pass Holders.

Wakeboarding Rules

  • All riders entering park must sign waiver form.  Anyone under 18 must have waiver signed by parent/guardian.
  • US Coast Guard Approved Life Jackets must be worn by all riders.  No other flotation devises are allowed.
  • Helmets must be worn to hit all jumps, rails and water obstacles in the water.
  • No metal fins are permitted on the jumps, rails, or water obstacles. Plastic and fiberglass fins smaller than 1.5 inches may be used.
  • No rental equipment on obstacles! You must have your own equipment and helmet for obstacles and to use ramps.
  • No holding spots in line or line cutting allowed. Violators will be ejected from the park.

Tower & Wall Rules

  • US Coast Guard Approved Life Jackets must be worn by all participants using zip lines that end in water.
  • Participation Restrictions:  No one over 275 lbs. will be allowed to climb or go down the zip lines.
  • Participants must be physically fit  enough to climb the tower or wall and swim the required distance upon landing.
  • Safety personnel have the right to refuse any guest from participating that they believe may put themselves and/or others at risk by participating.
  • Climbing harnesses will be provided and are required to be worn by all participants.
  • All participants will be belayed in by certified members of our staff only.
  • Helmets and proper footwear must be worn while climbing on rock wall.
  • Do not carry phones, cameras, or any other objects that may fall or distract you or others.
  • No holding spots in line or line cutting allowed. Violators will be ejected from the park.

Disciplinary Policy

  • First offense – Warning from lifeguard and/or park staff;
  • Second offense – Sitting out of area 15 minutes;
  • Third offense – Ejection from the park without refund.

Serious offenses may result in immediate and permanent ejection from park for any individual who is in violation of the rules.

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