FAQs and Policies

Are your diving boards open?

The diving boards at Sunlite Pool are temporarily closed.  We are working closely with the Board of Health to re-open them. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Which parking gate do I enter?

Parker’s Grove picnics, Moonlite Gardens: Gate 1 – off Penn Avenue.
Sunlite Water Adventure and Ride customers, Pool picnics: Gate 2 – main gate at Kellogg and Sutton Ave.
Exit gates, special events: Gates 3 and 4 – near Riverbend/River Downs. Riverbend patrons enter through all gates.

What do you charge for parking?

Parking is $9 per car.

Does Metro have a route to Coney Island?

No, but there is a stop next door at Belterra Park.

Is there an admission fee just to walk around the park?

No. You can do as much or as little as you want at Coney Island. Take-in one of our original Live Shows, enjoy the children’s playground, walk along the banks of the Ohio River, or enjoy some sunshine by Lake Como.

Do you have wheelchair and stroller rental?

Yes, you can rent a wheelchair or stroller for $5 per day and double strollers for $7 per day. *There is also a $5 deposit fee for each rental.

Do you have breastfeeding stations?

Yes, we have the Quiet Place, located next to our Group Sales office. The room is equipped with 2 private breastfeeding stations, changing tables, private restroom, and a quiet space for kids to relax.

Can I bring picnic baskets and coolers to Coney Island?

The public picnic area at Coney Island (which is located to the left of the main Sunlite Water Adventure entrance, across from the Python Rollercoaster) is available to guests wishing to bring picnic lunches and/or snacks. Picnic baskets and coolers are not permitted inside Sunlite Water Adventure, Parker’s Grove Picnic area or at any of our food patios (exceptions are listed below). Please remember that Coney Island prohibits grilling, glass containers and bringing alcoholic beverages into the park.

Acceptable items allowed to be brought into the park include:

  • Baby food: formula and small snacks
  • Sealed bottled water
  • Medically-required foods for special dietary needs
  • Soft-sided coolers, no larger than 8.5″ wide x 6″ high x 6″ deep

May I grill my own food?

No, public grilling is not allowed.

Do you sell alcoholic beverages at Coney or Sunlite Water Adventure?

Yes, beer and frozen mixed drinks are sold in Sunlite Water Adventure. However, all food and beverages must be consumed outside of the designated white line on the pool deck in Sunlite Water Adventure. Beverages and/or food are not permitted in Sunlite Pool.

We also sell beer in the Rides area of the park.

Can I bring my personal floats and lawn chairs to Sunlite Water Adventure?

Yes, however, floats are not allowed in the deep end of Sunlite Pool, and chairs are not permitted on the pool deck.

Flotation devices are restricted to the following size limitations: maximum of 60″ in diameter round (at the base of the flotation device) and 78″x36″ rectangle. All flotation devices are subject to approval. For safety purposes, flotation devices may be restricted based on peak attendance days and hours or may be asked to be removed from the pool. Tethering (or tying) flotation devices together is prohibited.

Do children need to wear swim diapers?

Yes, swim diapers must be worn at Sunlite Pool, as well as plastic pants worn over the swim diaper. Plastic Pants are available FREE at the Sunlite Adventure office.

Does Coney Island have a dress code?

Appropriate swimwear is required in Sunlite Water Adventure. Thongs, transparent clothing, denim, and long pants are not permitted in Sunlite Water Adventure. Coney Island reserves the right to determine the appropriateness of swimwear. Guests wearing swimwear with metal buttons, rivets, zippers, or snaps will not be permitted to ride The Twister, Pipeline Plunge, The Cyclone, or The Silver Bullet. Swimming “mermaid fins” are prohibited. Swim diapers are required for children and other diaper dependent guests.

Clothing or body art that is rude, vulgar, or contains inflammatory languages or graphics must be covered. Coney Island is a family-friendly park and reserves the right to determine whether a guest’s attire or body art is appropriate.

Are casts allowed at Coney Island?

Casts are allowed in Coney Island and Sunlite Water Adventure. There are requirements for certain rides for maintaining body positions such as grasping handles or keeping legs in position. These criteria, in addition to how the cast will contact the ride, will determine your ability to wear a cast on the ride. Coney Island reserves the right to ask guests to wrap casts before riding.

Are pets allowed in Coney Island?

No pets allowed; however, certified service animals accompanying designated owners are welcome at Coney Island. Service animals must remain on a leash or under the control of the handler at all times. Service animals are not permitted in the pool, attractions of the water park, or on rides and must remain with a non-riding member of the party while the owner is on a ride.

Please do not leave pets in your automobile.

Are daily lockers available for rental?

Yes, lockers are available at Sunlite Water Adventure in the men’s and women’s bathhouses on the deep end of the pool. Standard rentals are $7 and Premium rentals are $10.

Is Miniature Golf included with an All-Day Rides wristband?

No, but you may purchase a round of miniature golf for a discounted price in addition to your Rides wristband.

What is Coney Island’s policy on smoking and vaping?

For the convenience of all our guests, smoking of any kind, including vapor and e-cigarettes, is allowed only in designated smoking areas. Please refer to our map for specific locations. Smoking and vaping are not permitted in any store, pavilion, shelter, ride line, waiting area, ticket line, food line, or any indoor/outdoor restaurant seating area.

Does Coney Island offer rainchecks?

Rainchecks will be distributed if and when the park closes due to inclement weather. Sorry, there are no cash refunds.

What is Coney Island’s privacy policy?

For information on our privacy policy, please click here.

What is Coney Island’s policy on tents and umbrellas?

The only permitted shade structures are parasols and umbrellas that attach to the chair (but no larger than a golf umbrella).

All tents are prohibited.

Does Coney Island have a policy on drones?

Yes, all drones (Unmanned Aerial Systems) are prohibited at (in) Coney Island and any unauthorized drone(s) observed over Coney Island will be reported to the FAA and local law enforcement, regardless of its point of origin or operation. Drones may pose a potential safety risk and may violate Federal Aviation Administration guidelines, especially due to Coney Island’s proximity to Lunken Airport.

Park Policies

  • All tickets are non-refundable.
  • No pets are permitted into the park.
  • No glass containers are allowed in the park.
  • No grilling is allowed in the park.
  • Entrance to the park constitutes permission for Coney Island to photograph you while on the premises and to use pictures for a lawful purpose without compensation.
  • No skateboards, scooters, hoverboards, roller-skates, or bicycles permitted in Coney Island.
  • Shirts and shoes must be worn on the rides.
  • No fishing in Lake Como.
  • Ohio State Law prohibits individuals from bringing alcoholic beverages into Coney Island and the sale of alcoholic beverages to anyone under the legal age. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to purchase, possess, or consume alcoholic beverages at Coney Island. Valid State issued identification or valid driver’s license is required upon each person purchasing, possessing, or consuming alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted to be brought into Coney Island from any outside source or in any type of container.
  • Coney Island reserves the right to limit the operating hours of Sunlite Water Adventure and Rides & Attractions.
  • No person may bring or possess any weapons including concealed firearms, sharp objects (including pocket knives and metal chains), or other items that could be considered a weapon on any Coney Island property.