Safety Rules & Guidelines
- Persons with Covid or Flu symptoms, infections, or a disease that can be transmitted through the water are not allowed into Cascade Bay.
- All persons entering the facility, including those not swimming, are required to pay admission.
- Guests must be 42" tall to ride the body slides, drop water slides, or float alone in the lazy river.
- Children may not ride down slides with an adult or be caught by an adult or caregiver at the end of the slides.
- 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.
- 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.
- Children under the age of 10 are not permitted in the park without an adult (16+) providing active supervision of that child/children.
- Cascade Bay is not responsible for lost/stolen items. Lockers are available for rent by purchasing a waterproof wristband ($6).
- Strollers may be used to transport children into Cascade Bay but then must be stored under the Red & Blue slides.
- Only American with Disabilities Act (ADA) service animals are allowed inside the park. A Service Animal as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (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. These terms are used to describe animals that provide comfort just by being with a person. Because they have not been trained to perform a specific job or task, they do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
What to Bring
- Proper swim attire (lined bathing suit, no zippers or rivets) and a towel
- Water shoes are permitted but not to be worn down the slides
- Swim diapers or plastic pants for children who are not toilet trained (swim diapers for sale in Concessions for $1.00)
- US Coast Guard-approved lifejackets (Swimsuits with built-in lifejackets must be Coast Guard approved). Lifejackets are not permitted on any waterslide; they may be worn on the tube slide.
What Not to Bring/Not Permitted
- Outside food, beverages, alcohol, glass containers, or coolers. Picnic tables are also provided outside the front gate for picnics.
- Cigarettes, vaping, other tobacco products, or illegal substances. These products are prohibited inside Cascade Bay, on the pavilion, or while waiting in line.
- Flippers, snorkels, or facemasks/goggles that cover the nose, flotation devices, such as water wings and noodles
- Personal radios or speakers
- Lawn chairs
- Water toys, balls, and sand toys (sand toys are provided for use in Sandpiper Beach)
Inclement Weather/Refund Policy
Pool Closure Policy
Cascade Bay Hotline: (651) 675-5577
Cascade Bay will clear the pool and/or close if:
- The ambient temperature is 62 or colder.*
- It is raining hard enough that it is difficult to see the bottom of the pool.
- There is an electrical storm.
- There is a tornado warning.
- Management has the right to close all or part of the facility due to low attendance.
*Cardio Bay will be available when the temperature is under 62 degrees.
- Cascade Bay does not offer cash refunds for weather-related closures.
- If the pool is cleared for over an hour due to inclement weather the following applies:
- Guests who purchased a single session admission less than one hour before the pool was initially cleared and can produce a receipt will receive a single session admission pass to return on another day.
- Guests who purchased an all-day access ticket less than one hour before the pool was initially cleared during Session 1 will receive passes good for two single sessions. Guests who purchased an all-day access ticket less than an hour before the pool was initially cleared during Session 2 will receive passes good for one single session. The 30-minute session break does not count towards weather closure as the pool is already cleared for an extended safety break from 2:45 - 3:15 p.m.
- Eligible guests must be present at the time of closure to receive their passes.
- Single-session admission holders who have been at Cascade Bay over an hour before the pool is closed will not be given an admission pass to return.
- All-day access ticket holders who have been at Cascade Bay over an hour before the pool is closed during Session 1 will only receive one return pass. All-day access ticket holders who have been at Cascade Bay over an hour before the pool is closed during Session 2 will not be given an admission pass to return.
Location & Directions
Cascade Bay is located at 1360 Civic Center Drive, Eagan, MN 55121