Powerful nor’easters slam the coast every year from September to April, crashing waves up and over the rocky lakeside. During the summer months, the storms channel all of their energy into three water slides here at Cedar Point Shores. The blue and white slides of Lake Erie Nor’easter send riders through twists and turns just like a storm sends water to the coast - fast and mighty. While sliding down, riders can feel the water splash up an over the inner tubes they are sitting on with every turn. The helixes and rotations take riders to the splash pool in complete darkness, keeping the entire journey down a guessing game. Finally getting spit out at the bottom brings the sweet relief of sunshine much like the end real storm, only this one makes you want to do it again. Now, grab a tube and brave the power of Lake Erie Nor’easter.
Height Requirement: 48” in bare feet minimum
Rider Safety Information
- Min Height
- Three single rider completely enclosed serpentine tube slides ending in a 42" splash pool.
- Maximum weight limit 300 pounds per tube.
- Riders are required to maintain the proper riding position – sitting face forward in a tube, holding onto tube handles with legs extended forward.
- Guests must have a minimum of three functioning extremities.
- Forearm casts, full arm casts, braced arm casts, foot or lower leg casts, full leg casts, cervical collars or neck braces, or broken collar bones are not permitted.
- Access to the attraction requires climbing several flights of stairs with a tube. Guests will have to ascend the slide tower and be capable of safely entering the tube, on their own or with the assistance of a companion.
- Please use caution when entering and exiting as the tube may shift. The tube and surrounding area may also be slippery.
- Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional Accessibility information.