Everything you need to know to plan your waterpark visit.

Cascade Bay waterslides at dawn

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What health restrictions prevent entry into Cascade Bay?
  • Persons with COVID-19 or flu symptoms, infections, or a disease that can be transmitted through the water are not allowed into Cascade Bay.
  • Q: If I'm not swimming, do I need to pay admission?
  • All persons entering the facility, including those not swimming, are required to pay admission.
  • Q: Are water shoes allowed?
  • Water shoes are permitted but not to be worn down slides.
  • Q: Are coolers allowed?
  • Outside food, beverages, alcohol, glass containers, or coolers are not allowed. Tables are provided outside the main gate for picnics.
  • Q: Are my goggles and water wings allowed?
  • Flippers, snorkels, or facemasks/goggles that cover the nose, flotation devices, such as water wings and noodles, water toys, and balls are not allowed.
  • Q: Do I need to bring my own chair?
  • Personal lawn chairs are not allowed, lawn chairs are provided.
  • Q: Are there height restrictions for slides?
  • Guests must be 42" tall to ride the body slides, drop water slides, or float alone in the lazy river. Guests under 42" may ride the orange slide and zero depth boat slide alone (no multiple riders allowed on these slides/riders must ride alone). Guests under 42" may ride the tube slide in a double tube or on the lazy river with an adult/caregiver if the Under 42" rider can ride unsupported in the double tube.
  • Q: Can I catch my child at the bottom of a slide?
  • Children may not ride down slides with an adult or be caught by an adult or caregiver at the end of the slides.
  • Q: Are lifejackets allowed?
  • Coast Guard-approved lifejackets may be worn in the leisure pool and lazy river. Lifejackets are not permitted on any of the body or drop slides.
  • Q: Can my child be in the park without an adult?
  • Children under the age of 10 are not permitted in the park without an adult (16+) providing active supervision of that child/children.
  • Q: Can I listen to music?
  • Personal radios and speakers are not allowed
  • Q: Are there lockers?
  • Lockers are available for rent by purchasing a waterproof wristband ($6).
  • Q: Are swim diapers required?
  • Swim diapers or plastic pants for children who are not toilet trained should be worn. (swim diapers are for sale in Concessions)
  • Q: Can I bring my service animal?
  • Only American with Disabilities Act (ADA) service animals are allowed. A Service Animal as defined in the ADA may be a dog or in some cases, a miniature horse, individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the animal must be directly related to the person’s disability. The ADA allows these animals to go anywhere the public is allowed. Emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals are not considered service animals under the ADA.