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Parents Safety Tips

    • While your child may be tall enough to ride an amusement ride, it still may not be appropriate for him or her. Some children are afraid of heights, some are afraid of the dark and others have trouble staying seated. The ride attendant does not know your child – you do. Please carefully watch what the ride does before allowing your child to participate.
    • Before you put your child on a ride, watch it first. That way, your child will know what to expect. It’s also a good idea to read the warning sign aloud with your child, and to point out the ride operator and the exit and entrance locations.
    • Make sure your child knows not to try to get off the ride, even if he or she becomes afraid. If your child gets scared, ask if the ride can be stopped.
    • A lap bar, for instance, may still leave room for a small child to slide around, and would not be safe.
    • If you hold on to your child, you can’t look after yourself, and you may put both of you at risk.
    • Point out uniformed park employees who can help them, and designate a conspicuous spot as a meeting place.
    • Rides and water park attractions are designed by manufacturers in order to make a profit. Even in the most well-known amusement parks, your children need your protection.