Anybody that walks into Cedar Point Shores and considers themselves a thrill-seeker will search out the most intense slides - and Point Plummet will be on the top of their list. A near free-fall drops riders into the enclosed tunnel below them. The slide then takes them on a journey through twists and turns before shooting them into the splashdown at the bottom. How does it work? Riders first climb into individual capsules at the top of the tower. The countdown commences, “3-2-1.” Before they can even think of what happens next, the floor underneath riders’ feet drops out from under them sending them on a near vertical drop into the slide. With 4 of these aqua-drop slides at the top of Point Plummet, thrill-seekers can challenge their friends to a race to the bottom. Not up to the challenge? You can watch riders’ reactions on live video from special monitors on ground level.
Height Requirement: 48” in bare feet minimum
Rider Safety Information
- Min Height
- Plummet down a near‑vertical free fall after the floor drops out from underneath your feet on these four massive six‑story aqua-drop body slides.
- Maximum weight limit 300 pounds per rider.
- Riders are required to maintain the proper riding position – arms crossed over their chest, legs crossed at the ankles, and back flat against the slide.
- Guests must have four 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. Guests will have to ascend the slide tower and be capable of safely entering the slide, on their own or with the assistance of a companion.
- NOTE: Loose articles are not permitted, including, but not limited to: piercings, necklaces, rings, T-shirts or rash guards.
- Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional Accessibility information.