Seabreeze Amusement Park, Rochester, New York
4600 Culver Rd, Rochester, New York 14622| Map |
The Seabreeze Amusement Park is a truly historic amusement park that has been operating since 1879. This ''Coney Island of the West'' features a mix of old and new attractions, including the Jack Rabbit, a wooden roller coaster that opened in 1920, and the Revolution 360 Degrees, a Mega Disk'O thrill ride that opened in 2010. The amusement park also features water rides perfect for cooling down kids in the summer, including the newly opened Hydro Racer. Children of all ages will find plenty to do here; specially designed attractions for kiddies are plentiful, as are rides that are aimed specifically at families. Special live shows, such as the acrobatic Cirque En Vol, are presented seven days a week and are open to all ages. Skill games like Skeeball and other arcade-type attractions can be found throughout the park.
Kim Benjamin Soltys and 1 other parent have been here
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Tips for Families
Discounts available for parties of 15 or more guests. Food and non-alcoholic beverages allowed in park.
Address: 4600 Culver Rd, Rochester, New York 14622| Map
Hours: Open May-August. For more details, check schedule. More Info
Price: Prices vary depending on activity. For details, check prices online. More Info
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Worth the return visit and hopefully many moreFlag review
We visited this amusement park a year ago with a 1 ½ year old and two pre-teens (as well as other family members). The pre-teens had a blast. There are a ton of rides and water slides packed in all around the park and lines were very manageable (recommend arriving early). The day was extremely hot so the staff stationed some free drinking water stations around, which we appreciated and we took advantage of them. The 1 ½ year old was still a bit young for the kiddie rides, but he was able to ride the carousel (with an adult of course) and wade in the Looney Lagoon (also with an adult) and enjoyed both tremendously. We recently returned this Summer with our now 2 1/2 year old. What a difference in a year. He boldly took on the younger child water park and slides, was able to ride on almost every kiddie ride and we, as a family, enjoyed the carousel, tea cups and train ride. The park is locally owned (not a franchise) and not overwhelming large, so older kids can roam without getting lost. The staff was young--but so energetic, patient and seemed truly happy to be there. It made for a pleasant experience. A stroller is a must for younger kids. Rides include the Jack Rabbit (3rd oldest operating wooden roller coaster), Whirl Wind, Bob Sleds, carousel, bumper cars, a lazy river, lots of water slides, a wave pool, splash zone and much more.
Tips for Families
Bring sunscreen. We went on a Tuesday and a Sunday--so crowds were minimal. Rent a locker. Food is plentiful, however there is also a popular local burger/ice-cream place just outside the park too, called Bill Gray's. There are some lovely views of Lake Ontario from the park and rides.
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