Safety and Rules at Sailfish Splash Waterpark

  • A lifeguard at Sailfish Splash Waterpark

Park Safety:

Can we wear arm floaties at the waterpark or pool?

Only US Coast Guard approved lifevests are allowed in the water. Sailfish Splash Waterpark offers US Coast Guard approved lifevests for use at no charge.

Are all of the lifeguards certified?

Yes, all of the waterpark lifeguards are certified through the Jeff Ellis and Associates Comprehensive Aquatic Risk Management Program. This certification includes Lifeguarding, First aid, Oxygen administration and AED.

Where is the first-aid station located?

The first-aid station is located in the office closest to the two waterslides.

Is the waterpark equipped with a lightning detector?

Sailfish Splash Waterpark is equipped with the Thorguard Lightning Prediction system, which will activate an airhorn warning guests of the potential for lightning. When the airhorn sounds, all patrons must leave the water park. Guests are not permitted to stay under bleachers or shade structures. Guests are advised to seek safe shelter in their vehicles.

Visitor protection is available for $2 per ticket to allow future entry into the waterpark during the season should the facility be closed due to inclement weather for more than 20 minutes.

Park Rules:

  • Children ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older to enter the waterpark
  • Shower before entering all water attractions and pools
  • Proper swimming attire required, no metal accessories allowed on clothing
  • Approved swim diapers/waterproof covers required
  • Diaper changing permitted in the restrooms only
  • Park staff and lifeguard instructions must be followed
  • Patrons with wounds, open sores, skin infections will be excluded from water activities
  • Do not use the pool if you are ill or have diarrhea 
  • United State Coast Guard approved life vests only
  • Water activities at patrons risk

Prohibited Activities:

  • No diving in all water attraction pools
  • No climbing or swinging on pipes, handrails or ropes
  • No sliding head first on slides or tunnels (feet first only)
  • No running, pushing, shoving or "horseplay"
  • No food or drinks in the pool or on the wet deck
  • No throwing balls, Frisbees or similar
  • No alcohol
  • No outside food or drinks
  • No animals or pets
  • No chewing gum in the aquatic facility
  • No masks, fins or snorkels in water attractions
  • No smoking or tobacco products
  • No grills and/or fires
  • No glass

Contact Us: 

If you have any additonal questions, please feel free to call us at (772) 320-3100

Sailfish Splash Waterpark
931 SE Ruhnke Street
Stuart, Florida, 34994
(772) 320-3100

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