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Accessibility

We are committed to providing the finest family fun and entertainment. This means we want all our Guests to have a safe and enjoyable visit. If you have any questions, stop by Guest Relations located at the Park Entrance. They will be able to answer any questions and help you with any accommodation you may require during your visit. This guide will provide you with information to help plan your day.

NOTICE: The information in this guide is subject to change without notice. You may also contact Guest Relations regarding accessibility prior to boarding a particular attraction.

General Park Information

  • Service Animals

    Service Animals are welcome; however, they are limited to dogs and miniature ponies that have been trained to do work or perform a task for the benefit of the individual with the disability. Service Animals must remain on a leash or harness and be under the control of their handler. If at any time a Service Animal is out of control, they will be asked to be removed from the park. Service Animals are not permitted to ride any ride, with the exception of the Lake Compounce Railway. While the Service Animal is waiting for their handler to ride any attraction, a Guest must remain with them. Service Animals are not allowed by the waterfronts of our water attractions, pools, or beach.

    Service Animal Relief Area
    Service animals can relieve themselves on any grass or mulched area. The owners are responsible for cleaning up after them. The beach is not to be used as a relief area.

  • Service Animal Relief Area

    Service animals can relieve themselves on any grass or mulched area. The owners are responsible for cleaning up after them. The beach is not to be used as a relief area.

  • Rider’s Safety Center

    Located at Guest Relations at the entrance of the park.

  • Guest Relations

    Located at the entrance of the park.

  • Parking

    Accessible parking is located near the entrance of the park.

  • Wheelchair/ Electric Scooter Rental

    Wheelchairs and electric scooters can be rented on a first come, first served basis at Chuckles, located on Main Street.

  • Restrooms

    All restrooms have an ADA stall. There are family restrooms located in Circus World (Kiddieland) and the bathhouse located by Venus Vortex in Crocodile Cove. 

  • First Aid

    First Aid is located at the main entrance and in Circus World (Kiddieland) next to the bathrooms. The First Aid in Crocodile Cove is located on the left side of the bathhouse next to Venus Vortex. Refrigeration for essential medicine is available on a limited basis in the First Aid at the main entrance. In an emergency, please contact any park Team Member.

  • Personal Care Assistant

    The cost of admission to Lake Compounce will be waived for a government-funded or privately paid Personal Care Assistant (PCA) whose attendance is required to enable a Guest with severe disabilities to enjoy a day visiting the park. Whether the tickets are purchased in advance or at the gate for the PCA, any request to waive admission for the PCA must be made at Guest Relations located at the park entrance. The PCA shall not participate in any services/attractions separate from the individual that requires their services.

  • Quiet Areas

    Several quiet locations are in the park, including the Rest and Recharge Station, located by Boulder Dash.

  • Quiet Room

    We have Quiet Rooms located beneath next to First Aid, on the Circus World (Kiddieland) side. To access the room, you will need a key, which can be obtained by one of the EMTs in First Aid.

  • Food & Beverage

    Allergy information can be found at each food location upon request. The following areas have gluten free options: Timber Jack, Croc Pot, Johnny Rockets, and Potato Patch.

    Note: All food items and stands are subject to availability and may change on a day-to-day basis.

  • Gift Shops

    All gift shops are wheelchair accessible. 

  • Games

    All games are accessible. All race games have removable seats to allow for wheelchair accessibility. Please see the Team Member at the game for assistance.

  • Lost Guests

    If a child or individual with a disability gets separated from your group, stop any Park Security Officer or go to Lost Parents, located in First Aid by the main entrance/Circus World (Kiddieland). 

  • Parent Swap

    This program allows parents with a child too young to ride to wait at the exit with their young child while the other parent waits in line. Once the first parent has ridden, the other parent can immediately board once the first parent exits. The other parent should be ready to board at the ride exit. This program does not work on waterslides. 

  • Loose Articles

    Loose articles, including cell phones, should not be taken on any ride. Loose articles of any kind are not permitted on any roller coaster. Lockers can be rented for the day next to Crocodile Cove Water Park, or you can leave the item with a non-rider. Loose Article boxes are provided at the rides, but items lost, stolen, or damaged are not the park’s responsibility.

Ride Admission Program

Our Ride Admission Program is designed with your safety and the safety of others in mind. Our staff at Guest Services will assess each Guest seeking accommodations based on their individual abilities, ride dynamics, ride restraint systems, and manufacturer requirements to determine what rides they can safely enjoy. You will be given a ride accessibility questionnaire to complete to assist us with our assessment. Once completed, you will receive a list of rides that you may safely enjoy.

  • Ridership Criteria

    The assessment of each ride consists of the following criteria, which may be required to safely ride a certain ride.

    ABILITY TO EXHIBIT INDEPENDENT SEATED POSTURAL CONTROL UNDER THE DYNAMIC CONDITIONS OF THE RIDE
    Explanation: Most rides require that riders have the body and spinal control to sit upright without the aid of other people or devices and be able to maintain proper riding posture, even during bumping or other characteristic movements of the ride.

    APPROPRIATE CENTER OF GRAVITY
    Explanation: Certain rides require that a rider’s body has the appropriate weight distribution above/below the waist for that ride’s restraint system.

    CONTROL OF UPPER TORSO INCLUDING NECK AND HEAD
    Explanation: Most rides require that riders have sufficient muscle control to support their head, neck, and upper torso during the course of the ride.

    ABILITY TO HOLD ON WITH UPPER EXTREMITIES
    Explanation: Certain rides require that riders have either one, or both, functioning arms to hold on during the ride cycle. A functioning arm is an upper extremity or prosthesis exhibiting good grip control, the ability to brace, and the strength to allow the Guest to maintain the proper riding position throughout the duration of the ride.

    ABILITY TO BRACE SELF WITH LOWER EXTREMITIES
    Explanation: Certain rides require that riders have one, or both, functioning legs to be used for bracing the body during the course of the ride. A functioning leg is a lower extremity or a prosthesis that can be used for bracing.

    MINIMUM OF ONE, TWO OR THREE FUNCTIONING EXTREMITIES
    Explanation: Certain rides require that riders have a MINIMUM of one, two or three functioning extremities (two legs, two arms, one arm and one leg, etc.) to brace themselves during the ride.

    ABILITY TO ENTER/EXIT THE RIDE WITHIN SPECIFIED PARAMETERS WITHOUT ENDANGERING SELF OR OTHERS
    Explanation: Guests must be able to enter and exit the ride without jeopardizing themselves or others, and to assist with their own evacuation if necessary. This may include arrangements such as entering through the exit or having someone in their party assist them in the boarding process. If a Guest has to be lifted in and out of the ride unit, a responsible person who is accustomed to doing this must do so. Ride operators are not trained to lift or physically assist Guests.

    MENTAL CAPACITY TO BE AWARE OF HAZARDS TO SELF AND OTHERS; OR OF FAILURE TO RIDE IN PRESCRIBED MANNER
    Explanation: All rides require that riders have sufficient awareness to understand the consequences of actions that may lead to injury to self and/or others. Guests may be able to enjoy select rides when accompanied by a responsible person.

Ride Information

  • General Ride Info

    • Each Guest must have the ability to maintain riding posture and brace themselves throughout the course of the ride against potential forces created by the ride and/or other participants.
    • Guests with conditions such as pregnancy, back, neck, or bone problems, cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, recent surgery, or other health conditions that could be aggravated by bumping or jarring are not permitted to ride all rides. Please read all safety signs at the rides prior to riding.
    • There is always a remote chance that a ride might be evacuated. Evacuations may be necessary due to such causes as a mechanical problem, weather conditions, or power interruption. If an evacuation is required, you may be required to maneuver across catwalks, sometimes from the highest point on the ride. This may include walking down steeply inclined steps or catwalks or waiting for an extended period of time in the ride vehicle. Note: our Team Members are not trained to lift or carry Guests.
    • Any Guest who rides a ride must be able: (1) to be seated properly in the required riding position, (2) to have hands, arms, feet, and legs inside the ride unit at all times, and (3) to use all safety devices required in the normal operation of the ride.
    • Any Guest whose size or build would affect the applicable safety restraints (seat belts, lap bars, harnesses, etc.) from functioning properly will not be permitted to ride.
    • A responsible person is one who physically and mentally meets all the requirements to ride the ride, is sixteen (16) years of age or older, and exhibits the maturity generally expected from one 16 years of age or older.
    • ALL RIDE HEIGHT and WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS APPLY. Each ride is reviewed specifically to determine the size limits necessary to make safety restraints effective, and to meet the ride manufacturer’s requirements. For more information regarding rider height restrictions, please visit the Height Station located at the Safety Center at the Main Entrance to the Park or the Guest Service Center by Noah’s Ark.
    • Riders with casts above the elbow must stop at the Safety Center to get a list of rides they can ride. If the cast is below the elbow, there are no ride restrictions.
  • Definitions

    • RESPONSIBLE PERSON – a Guest that (1) complies with the necessary requirements to experience the ride, (2) is approximately 16 years old, and (3) possesses the physical and mental ability to supervise someone throughout the ride.
    • INFANT – A handheld child that is too young to walk or sit up on their own.
  • Shows

    All shows have wheelchair access.

  • Hearing Impairment Accommodations

    Sign Language Interpretation

    If you are reading this in preparation for your visit, American Sign Language interpretation can be provided at live shows with a minimum of one week’s notice. Call 860-583-3300 ext.0 or email info@lakecompounce.com. Every effort will be made to provide interpreting services with less than one week’s notice depending on the availability of the interpreter.

  • Casts and Braces

    Due to the design of certain ride vehicles and restraint systems, guests may have difficulty fitting into some rides. If you are wearing a cast or brace, please stop at the Guest Service Center to get a list of what rides you can ride. Note: there are no restrictions for arm casts below the elbow.

  • Prosthetic Devices

    On most attractions, guests wearing prosthetic devices will be permitted to ride as long as the device is securely attached and will remain in place throughout the ride cycle. The exceptions to this rule are:

    • Down Time - Riders are not permitted to ride with a prosthetic device unless it is surgically attached. Riders must have at least three (3) functioning extremities.
    • Drop Zone- Riders are not permitted to ride with a prosthetic device unless it is surgically attached. Riders must have at least three (3) functioning extremities.
    • Phobia Phear Coaster – Prosthetic devices are not allowed on this ride. All riders must have four (4) functioning extremities to ride; two (2) hands to grasp the safety bar, and two (2) feet placed flat on the floor. Riders must also have full upper and lower body control.
    • Sky Coaster – Riders are not permitted to ride with a prosthetic device unless it is surgically attached. If a prosthetic device is removed, the Guest must still have three functioning extremities including two (2) arms with two (2) functioning hands, and at least one (1) leg with one (1) foot. All guests must have two arms to grab the braking loop at the end of the ride.
    • Thunder N` Lightning – No prosthetic devices attached above the knee are permitted. If the guest chooses to remove the prosthesis, the rider must still have three functioning extremities and the appropriate center of gravity to ride.
    • Wave Swinger - Riders are not permitted to ride with a prosthetic device unless it is surgically attached. Riders must have at least three (3) functioning extremities.
  • Guests of Exceptional Size

    There is an individual weight limit on Phobia (280lbs). In order to ride, all seatbelt and restraint devices must be fastened properly. Riders of exceptional size (height/weight) may have difficulty fitting in the following: Boulder Dash, Wildcat, Phobia, Thunder N` Lightning, Down Time, Revolution, & Zoomerang.

  • Strobe Lights

    Strobe lighting, or lighting that can imitate strobe lighting, is used on Ghost Hunt. The motion effects of Twister, Wave Swinger, Revolution, Flying Elephants, Drum Circus & the Ferris Wheel may simulate strobe lights. The following rides have a photo taken during the ride using a quick series of flashes (more noticeable at night): Boulder Dash, & Saw Mill Plunge.

  • Magnetic Fields on Rides

    Magnets are used on the following rides: Phobia Phear Coaster, & Wildcat.

  • Alternative Access Program

    We offer an alternative access program that, if you qualify, will allow you to use the accessible (ADA) entrance of the ride. The staff at Guest Relations will ask you a series of questions to see if you qualify for this program. If you qualify you will receive an Accessibility Pass, allowing you access to the ADA entrance for the rides. In most, but not all, cases this is the exit of the ride. Please wait until instructed by a Ride Operator to begin boarding.

    Please note: the Alternate Access Program is good for the individual that receives the Ride Admission Pass and three (3) additional Guests. The individual with the pass must ride for the pass to be valid.

    If granted admission into the Alternative Access Program, you will be able to initially board any attraction with a minimal wait. After riding certain attractions one time, you will be required to get a boarding time approximately equal to the wait time for that ride in the regular queue. You must wait until the given time to ride any other attraction that assigns wait times. You can only have one boarding time at any given time. You cannot ride the same ride that requires a wait time twice in a row without receiving a wait time. If we have stopped admitting Guests into the regular line for any reason, we will not admit Guests with an Accessibility Pass, either. This includes giving wait times or boarding with a time already assigned. Wait times must fall within regular park hours. You can ride any other attraction not listed below at any time.

    Rides that assign wait times after riding: Boulder Dash, Wildcat, Zoomerang, Phobia Phear Coaster, Saw Mill Plunge, Thunder Rapids, Revolution, & Ghost Hunt.

Individual Ride Information

  • American Flyers

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guests must be at least 48” tall to ride alone. Guests between 36”-48” must have a responsible riding buddy. Under 36” cannot ride.

    Ride Restrictions:
    For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride always. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, brace between legs, or any leg cast, or boot will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted

  • Boulder Dash

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guest must be 48” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Prosthetic devices are not permitted on the ride. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Carousel

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be at least 46” tall to ride. Guests under 46” must have a responsible riding buddy.

    Ride Restrictions:
    For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities to ride on the horses. Guests with less than 3 extremities must sit in the chariot seats. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, brace between legs, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted. 

  • Compounce Railway

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guests must be at least 42” tall to ride alone. Guests under 42” must have a responsible riding buddy.

    Ride Restrictions:
    For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. If a guest is unable to sit up on their own control, must sit with an adult of enough size and strength to hold that person throughout the ride cycle. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Permitted 

  • Down Time

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be at least 48” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, braced arm cast, brace between legs, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Ferris Wheel

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be 46” to ride. Guests under 46” must ride with a responsible riding buddy.

    Ride Restrictions:
    For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. If a guest is unable to sit up on their own control, must sit with an adult of enough size and strength to hold that person throughout the ride cycle. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Ghost Hunt

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be at least 42” tall to ride alone. Guests under 42” must ride with a responsible riding buddy. Guests over 56” cannot sit in the front row.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. If a guest is unable to sit up on their own control, must sit with an adult of enough size and strength to hold that person throughout the ride cycle. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Phobia Phear Coaster

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be at least 54” tall to ride alone. Guests between 52”-54” must have a buddy over 54”. Under 52” cannot ride.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of four (4) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Prosthetic devices are not permitted on the ride. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Pirate Ship

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest must be 48’ to ride by themselves. Between 39” and 48” must ride with a responsible person. Under 39” cannot ride.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone or braced arm cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Rev-O-lution

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be at least 48” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, braced arm cast, brace between legs, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Saw Mill Plunge

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be 48” tall to ride by themselves. Guests between 42”-48” must ride with a responsible riding buddy. Under 42” cannot ride.

    Ride Restrictions: Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, braced arm cast, brace between legs, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Sky Coaster

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be at least 42” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of two (2) functioning arms to grab the loop, and one (1) functioning leg to secure the footbar. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Thunder N` Lightning

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests must be at least 48” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Prosthetic devices are not permitted on the ride. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted. 

  • Thunder Rapids

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guests between 36”-42” must have a responsible riding buddy. Must be 42” to ride alone.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each Guest must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of two (3) functioning extremities. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly or be accompanied by a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Twister

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guest must be at least 48” tall to ride alone. Guests between 38”-48” must ride with a responsible riding buddy.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. 

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone or braced arm cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted. 

  • Wave Swinger

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guest must be at least 46” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions:
    Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Prosthetic devices are not permitted to be worn on this ride. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, or full or braced arm cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Wildcat

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guests must be at least 48” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Prosthetic devices are not permitted on the ride. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals:
     Not permitted.

  • Zoomerang

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guests must be at least 48” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: Riders of this attraction will be exposed to forces, speeds, and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all riders. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions:
     Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Prosthetic devices are not permitted on the ride. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, full or braced arm cast, or full leg cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Zoomers Gas N` Go

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
     Guest must be at least 42” to ride alone. Guests under 42” must ride with a responsible riding buddy.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. If a guest is unable to sit up on their own control, must sit with an adult of enough size and strength to hold that person throughout the ride cycle. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly, or ride with a responsible person.

Circus World Attractions

  • Drop Zone

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest between 38”- 42” must ride with a responsible riding partner. Must be at least 42” tall to ride alone. Adults may ride only if they are accompanying a child.

    Ride Restrictions:
    For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted

  • Drum Circus

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest must be at least 36”- 56” to ride. Adults are not permitted on this attraction.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Fantasy Carousel

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions:
    Guest must be between 36” and 56” to ride. Guests under 36” must be accompanied by a responsible riding buddy.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. 

    Physical Restrictions:
    Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests with less than three (3) extremities must sit in the chariot. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Flying Elephants

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest must be at least 36”- 54” tall to ride. Adults are not permitted to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collarbone, or braced arm cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted. 

  • Kiddie Coaster

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the blue sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest must be between 36”- 48” to ride. Adults may ride only if they are accompanying a child.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with braced arm cast will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Kiddie Swinger

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the blue sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest must be between 36”- 54” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. 

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Little Critters

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest must be 39”- 56” tall to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with braces between legs will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely, or ride with a responsible person.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Little Dare Devils

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Follow the blue sign to the ADA assisted access to board the ride. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guest must be between 36”- 54” to ride.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted. 

  • Rainbow Riders

    Ride Access: Mobility-impaired guests that would like to ride this attraction should see the ride operator at the attraction exit. Please see the ride operator for assistance and loading instructions.

    Height Restrictions: Guests must be 48” tall to ride alone. Guests less than 48” must be accompanied by a responsible riding buddy.

    Ride Restrictions: For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently or suspect to be pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction.

    Physical Restrictions: Each rider must be able to remain seated upright, keeping their head upright, their back and shoulders against the seat back and their hands, arms, legs and feet down and inside the ride at all times. Guests must have a minimum of three (3) functioning arms and lower extremities must form a saddle posture in the seat. Guests with full leg casts will not be permitted to ride. Guests must have hands and be capable of grasping the handhold points and maintain a safe posture. Guests must have full upper and full lower body control. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride properly and safely.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

Individual Water Attraction Information

The following descriptions are designed to give you information on the type of actions caused by various attractions along with their unique physical restrictions. If you enrolled in the Ride Accessibility Program, follow the directions listed under each ride below.

  • Anchor Bay Wave Pool

    Ride Access: Anchor Bay is easily accessible to all guests through our 0-depth entry at the front of the pool. Water wheelchairs are available upon request, free of charge, and on a first-come, firstserve basis.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 42” must be accompanied by a responsible swimming buddy, and this buddy must remain within arm’s reach. Guests under 48” or non-swimmers are required to wear a U.S. Coast Guard Approved lifejacket. Lifejackets are available for guest use, free of charge, and can be found on wave pool fences. Lifejacket availability is limited, and on a first-come, first-serve basis.

    Attraction Restrictions: Anchor Bay Wave pool requires proper swim wear to take part in the attraction. No baggy, riveted, or cutoff clothing is permitted. Flotation devices other than U.S. Coast Guard Approved lifejackets are not permitted. No masks or snorkels may be worn. Small children and babies must wear swim diapers. No jumping, diving, or horseplay is allowed.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who partake in this attraction will be exposed to moderately sized waves that expel water at a forceful speed, and other moderate features. Anchor Bay has varying water depths, with the shallowest point being the 0-depth and deepest point being 4 feet (5 with waves). These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to use the pool properly and safely.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Bayou Bay Wave Pool

    Ride Access: Bayou Bay is easily accessible to all guests through our 0-depth entry at the front of the pool. Water wheelchairs are available upon request, free of charge, and on a first-come, firstserve basis.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 42” must be accompanied by a responsible swimming buddy, and this buddy must remain within arm’s reach. Guests under 48” or non-swimmers are required to wear a U.S. Coast Guard Approved lifejacket. Lifejackets are available for guest use, free of charge, and can be found on wave pool fences. Lifejacket availability is limited, and on a first-come, first-serve basis.

    Attraction Restrictions: Bayou Bay Wave pool requires proper swim wear to take part in the attraction. No baggy, riveted, or cutoff clothing is permitted. Flotation devices other than U.S. Coast Guard Approved lifejackets are not permitted. No masks or snorkels may be worn. Small children and babies must wear swim diapers. No jumping, diving, or horseplay is allowed.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who take part in this attraction will be exposed to aggressive sized waves that expel water at a forceful speed. Bayou Bay has varying water depths, with the shallowest point being the 0-depth and deepest point being 6 feet (9 with waves). These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to use the pool properly and safely.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

  • Clipper Cove

    Ride Access: Clipper Cove is not a pool, and accessible to all guests including wheelchair users. If a guest desires to use the play structure or slides, they must be able to physically carry themselves to the top of the structure using the stairs or nets.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 40” must be accompanied by a responsible buddy.

    Attraction Restrictions: Clipper Cove Slides require proper swim wear to take part in the attraction. No baggy, riveted, or cutoff clothing is permitted. Flotation devices other than U.S. Coast Guard Approved lifejackets are not permitted. No masks or snorkels may be worn. Small children and babies must wear swim diapers. No running or horseplay is allowed.

    Physical Restrictions:
    Guests who partake in this attraction will be exposed to many water features that create both small and large splashes such as a large dumping bucket, water squirters, waterfalls, and small dumping buckets. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to use the attraction properly and safely.

    Service Animals: Not permitted

  • Croc-O-Nile

    Ride Access: Croc-O-Nile is easily accessible to all guests through our 0-depth entry at the front of the pool. Water wheelchairs are available upon request, free of charge, and on a first-come, firstserve basis. An alternate entrance point is available for guests who cannot wait in line at our Speedy pass entrance. Please speak with the attendant there and have your RAP pass ready before trying to enter through Speedy pass. In order to ride the Croc-O-Nile slide, guests must be able to physically carry themselves and their tube to the top of the tower.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 36” are not permitted to ride. Guests under 42” must be accompanied by a responsible buddy and must ride on a double tube with this buddy throughout the duration of the river and slide.

    Attraction Restrictions: Croc-O-Nile requires proper swim wear to take part in attraction. No baggy, riveted, or cutoff clothing is permitted. Flotation devices other than U.S. Coast Guard Approved lifejackets are not permitted. No masks or snorkels may be worn. Small children and babies must wear swim diapers. No jumping, diving, tube flipping, or horseplay is allowed. Guests must be attached to a tube the entire duration of the ride.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who partake in this attraction will be exposed to water features that expel water at a slow pace from above-head. Croc-O-Nile has a consistent water depth of 2’ 4” around the pool, with the exception of the slide catch pool with a depth of 4’. If guests choose to ride the Croc-O-Nile slide, they will be exposed to a fast-paced tube slide with quick turns, waterfalls, water splashing in the face, and turbulent white water. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to use the attraction properly and safely. Guests must be able to hold themselves up in the tube and have the ability to grasp both tube handles in order to ride.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Keeper’s Cottage

    Ride Access: Keeper’s Cottage includes both an activity pool and water slides intended for young children. Keeper’s Cottage is easily accessible to all guests through the 0-depth entry. If guests desire to use any slides, they must be able to physically carry themselves to the top using the stairs.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 52” are not permitted on any of the Keeper’s Cottage slides. Guests over 6 are not permitted on the whale, seal, and rowboat slides.

    Attraction Restrictions:
    Keeper’s Cottage requires proper swimwear to take part in the attraction. No baggy, riveted, or cutoff clothing is permitted. Flotation devices other than U.S. Coast Guard Approved lifejackets are not permitted. No masks or snorkels may be worn. No toys are allowed in the attraction. Small children and babies must wear swim diapers. No running or horseplay is allowed. Keeper’s Cottage is a wading pool, NOT a swimming pool. Swimming is not permitted.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who partake in this attraction may be exposed to some water features. The water depth within the activity area is consistently 1’ throughout. The water depth in the slide catch pool is 1’ 10”. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should participate in this attraction. Do not partake if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to use the attraction properly and safely.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted. 
     

  • Mammoth Falls

    Ride Access: In order to ride Mammoth Falls, guests must be able to physically carry themselves to the top of the slide tower.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 36” are not permitted to ride. Guests under 48” must be accompanied by a responsible buddy.

    Attraction Restrictions: Jeans, belts, and shoes are not permitted on the slide. No personal floatation devices may be worn on the slide. Guests must stay on the tube, in proper riding position throughout the duration of the ride.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who take part in this attraction will be exposed to a fast-paced raft ride with quick turns, waterfalls, water splashing in the face, changes from sunlight to darkness, and turbulent white water. Mammoth Falls has a catch pool with depths up to 4’. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride the attraction properly and safely. Guests must be able to hold themselves up in the tube and have the ability to grasp both tube handles in order to ride.

    Service Animals: Not permitted. 

  • Riptide Racer

    Ride Access: In order to ride Riptide Racer, guests must be able to physically carry themselves and their ride mat to the top of the slide tower.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 42” are not permitted to ride.

    Attraction Restrictions: Long pants, jeans, belts, and shoes are not permitted on the slide. No personal floatation devices may be worn on the slide. Guests must stay on the mat, in proper riding position throughout the duration of the ride. 

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who partake in this attraction will be exposed to a fast-paced mat ride with quick turns, a steep drop, and water splashing in the face. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to remain in proper riding position, and to enjoy the attraction properly and safely. Guests must be able to lay on their belly, grasping both handles of the ride mat.

    Service Animals: Not permitted. 

  • Storm Surge

    Ride Access: In order to ride Storm Surge, guests must be able to physically carry themselves to the top of the slide tower.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 46” are not permitted to ride.

    Attraction Restrictions:
    Proper swim attire must be worn on this slide. No loose, baggy, long, or riveted clothing is permitted. No personal floatation devices may be worn on the slide. Guests must stay in proper riding position throughout the duration of the slide.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who take part in this attraction will be exposed to moderately paced water slide, with loud sound and bright flashing lights throughout the duration of the slide. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride the attraction properly and safely. Guests must be able to maintain the proper riding position the entire time they are on the slide.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Tunnel Twisters

    Ride Access: In order to ride Tunnel Twisters, guests must be able to physically carry themselves to the top of the slide tower.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 42” are not permitted on any of the slides. Guests under 52” are not permitted on the orange slide.

    Attraction Restrictions: Proper swim attire must be worn on this slide. No loose, baggy, long, or riveted clothing is permitted. No personal floatation devices may be worn on the slide. Guests must stay in proper riding position throughout the duration of the slide.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who take part in this attraction will be exposed to moderately paced water slides, with sharp turns and light pockets throughout the ride. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride the attraction properly and safely. Guests must be able to maintain the proper riding position the entire time they are on the slide.

    Service Animals: Not permitted.

  • Venus Vortex

    Ride Access: In order to ride Venus Vortex, guests must be able to physically carry themselves and their tube to the top of the slide tower.

    Height Restrictions: Guests under 42” are not permitted to ride.

    Attraction Restrictions: Jeans, belts, and shoes are not permitted on the slide. No personal floatation devices may be worn on the slide. Guests must stay in the tube, in proper riding position throughout the duration of the ride.

    Physical Restrictions: Guests who partake in this attraction will be exposed to a fast-paced raft ride with quick turns, waterfalls, water splashing in the face, changes from sunlight to darkness, a rainbow tunnel, a steep, sudden drop, and turbulent white water. Venus Vortex has a runout with depths up to 2’. These items may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features when determining suitability for all participants. For your safety, only guests in good health should ride this attraction. Do not ride if you are currently, or suspect to be, pregnant. Do not ride if you have any heart, neck, or back problems, have had recent surgery, or have any other medical condition that may be aggravated by the features of this attraction. Guests must have the mental capacity to understand how to ride the attraction properly and safely. Guests must be able to hold themselves up in the tube, and have the ability to grasp both tube handles in order to ride.

    Service Animals:
    Not permitted.

Contact Information

Questions or Comments? Lake Compounce strives to ensure all guests, including those with disabilities, have a safe and enjoyable experience. If you have suggestions, comments, or concerns, please stop by Guest Services during your visit, call 860-583-3300 ext. 0, or email at lakeinfo@lakecompounce.com.