View some frequently asked questions about birthday parties at Sailfish Splash Waterpark.
Birthday Party FAQs at Sailfish Splash Waterpark
Sailfish Splash Waterpark offers a full service concession stand for your convenience, thus no outside food or beverage is permitted, except for Splash Playground and Entire Waterpark Private Rentals. We do allow birthday cakes and will store it until the time of the party on the day of the event.
The price of the party includes food and beverage for each paid birthday party guest, generally intended for children. Adult chaperones may purchase additional food and beverage items from concessions, which the Sailfish Splash Staff Birthday Party Attendant will deliver to the room/pavillion. Adults qualify as "chaperones" and are therefore not included in the food allotment for birthday parties. We recommend speaking to our party planner to best meet your needs if looking to feed a larger crowd.
Splash Playground and Entire Waterpark Private Rentals receive 20% off the entire concession menu, which may be ordered in advance, or have the party catered.
We allow 30 minutes between parties for us to clean up and set up. Guests may have 10 – 15 minutes to decorate their room. We provide tablecloths and birthday themed plates.
Any guests attending the birthday party over 1 years old must have a day pass. Fee for each additional guest is $9.99 (does not include food and beverage) Food/beverages can be purchased separately.
Private birthday parties are not permitted at the picnic tables located inside the waterpark. Also, no outside food, beverages or coolers are permitted inside the waterpark, except for Splash Playground and Private Rentals.
Pizza is the standard food offering for birthday parties. If you wish to purchase additional food items at the concession stand that are not a part of the birthday package, we will deliver them to your room/pavillion.
When the host of the party arrives at the water park, he/she will receive the wristbands for distribution to the party guests.
Due to a Martin County ordinance created in 2018, ballons and piñatas are not allowed.