Special Needs Questions
Wheelchairs or Scooters
The park does not provide wheelchairs, scooters or other mobility aid devices. Visitors are welcome to bring their own. Seating is available throughout the park, with benches near every attraction, and picnic table benches in the enclosed pavilion. Please be advised that our ride operators cannot lift or transfer guests into or out of wheelchairs or other devices.
What to bring.
Some items found to be particularly beneficial for guests with special needs visiting the park include:
Earplugs or headphones can be helpful for guests who are sensitive to a variety of noises. (Read More)
A sensory toy or device can help pass the time while waiting in line or transitioning from ride to ride. It may also help reduce anxiety associated with sensory overload.
Identification card, button, sticker, or bracelet with emergency contact information, especially the mobile phone number of a family member also in attendance, that would assist a staff member in reuniting a lost family member.
A favorite electronic device, book, or toy can help pass the time while waiting in line.
Reinforcers for good behavior can be a helpful way to motivate family members while enjoying a long day in the park.
Needing Assistance Operating Rides
Guests with special needs may elect to participate as a lap rider with a parent or guardian on select attractions depending on safety restraint limitations. Other attractions offer multiple seats for families to ride together. Ride operators are happy to suggest accommodating rides or offer further information about the ride they are operating. Please be advised that our ride operators cannot lift or transfer guests into or out of wheelchairs or other devices.
My child needs a break.
The park offers many areas to take a break including the playground, benches near every attraction, and picnic table benches in the enclosed pavilion. If the fun quickly becomes too overwhelming, arrangements can be made to return on another day, dependent upon how long you spent in the park. Please see a manager in the park if this becomes a concern. Determinations are made on an individual basis. You will need to keep your receipt from the admissions booth to show time of entry.