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Guests With Disabilities
For complete information download our Guest Assistance Guide.
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Information For Guests With Disabilities
In an effort to be fair to all our guests, Guests with Restricted Mobility and three riding companions may enter via our alternate access entrance after their party waits in line. Guests may rest in a comfortable spot until the boarding time and then enter the ride via the Alternate Access Entrance. The following guidelines will be of assistance when using Alternate Access Entrances:
Only three riding companions may enter through the Alternate Access Entrance with the Guest with Restricted Mobility. Other members of your party are asked to enter the ride in the standard manner through the line. Altermate Access Entrances are intended to accommodate wheelchairs and those Guests with Restricted Mobility and not to bypass others waiting in line.
If you wish to ride together: Once your party is ready to board, you may enter through the Alternate Access Entrance. Those members of the party who waited in line should advise the ride hosts that you will be joining them.
If your party was issued a boarding pass, one member of your party must present this pass at the designated ride entrance/exit to obtain a boarding time. The person obtaining the initial boarding time can be anyone in the riding party and does not have to be the person listed on the pass. Boarding times are based on the length of the line and do not offer immediate boarding.
Ride Operators will tell you how to board each ride. Cedar Point personnel are not trained in transferring you from wheelchair to ride unit and are not permitted to do so. You should plan your visit with someone who can physically help you when necessary.
- Camp Snoopy Theatre
- Jack Aldrich Theatre
- Extreme Sports Stadium
- Palace Theatre
- Red Garter Saloon
To arrange for sign language interpreting services, call our Admissions department at 419-627-2309. Please review our Live Entertainment Show schedule and let us know the dates of your visit and the shows you would like to see.
Guests with a history of recent surgery, heart trouble/high blood pressure, neck trouble, back trouble, or any other condition that may be aggravated by riding, or who are pregnant, should carefully heed all warning signs at a ride entrance. If you are in doubt about your ability to safely experience a ride or would like more rider information, please request our Guest Assistance Guide at Guest Services or Town Hall Museum. We’ll be happy to brief you on our Ride Admission Policy and explain how it applies to your specific situation. We hope we can help you enjoy your day more fully.
Section 1711.551 of the Revised Code requires that riders must obey all warnings and directions regarding rides and behave in a manner that will not cause or contribute to injury to themselves or others. Failure to comply is a misdemeanor.
Click here to download our Guest Assistance Guide for additional information.
Guests with Restricted Mobility and one riding companion may enter via the special access entrance after members of their party wait in line. Alternate access entrances are intended to accommodate guests who require the use of wheelchairs.
On most rides, guests will have to transfer from their wheelchair to the ride unit. See Rider Safety Sign at ride entrance for alternate access entrance.
Entrances are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs at the admission gates and aisles in all restaurants, shops and food stands are designed for easy movement of a wheelchair.
Motorized wheelchairs and service animals are welcome at Cedar Point. Wheelchair rental is available at the Rental Center near the Main Entrance. A limited supply of motorized wheelchairs is available for rent.
Guests may recharge their wheelchair battery at Guest Services.
Guests with prosthetics are not permitted to ride Valravn, GateKeeper, maXair, Raptor, or Rougarou.
The manufacturer of Wicked Twister, Maverick, Millennium Force and Top Thrill Dragster and the manufacturer of WindSeeker require documentation from the manufacturer of the prosthetic device guaranteeing that the prosthetic device has been designed to remain in place on a high speed roller coaster ride exceeding a maximum speed of 120 MPH (70 MPH Maverick) with maximum G forces from -1.5 G’s to 5 Gs with sufficient safety factor for single point failure. Questions? Please call 419-627-2301 prior to your visit.
Guests with certain amputations may be able to ride Valravn, Gatekeeper, Raptor, and Rougarou with the use of a separate full body harness provided the guest has remaining leg and arm remnants to be secured by the harness. Guests should check with Guest Services or Town Hall to determine if they are eligible to ride using the full body harness.
Service animals are welcome at Cedar Point. A service animal is defined as a dog or miniature pony that has been individually trained to perform tasks for a person with disabilities. We may ask you what task your service animal performs for you. Service animals must be controlled with a “restraining device” at all times while on our property. There is a limit of one service animal per guest. Due to the nature of most rides, service animals must remain with a non-riding member of your party. We are not permitted to take control of your service animal. Service animals are not permitted in water attractions, wet decks, wading pools, or lazy rivers. A relief area is located in the Marina near the Human Resources Office. Please stop by Guest Services for more information.