{tab Safety Rules & Guidelines}

  • Persons with Covid or Flu symptoms, infections, or a disease that can be transmitted through the water are not be allowed into Cascade Bay.
  • All persons entering the facility, including those not swimming, are required to pay admission fees.
  • Guests may not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Guests must be 42" tall to ride the body slides, and drop water slides, or float alone in the lazy river.
  • Children may not ride down slides with an adult or be caught by an adult or caregiver at the end of slides.
  • Guests under 42" may ride the orange slide and zero depth boat slide alone (no multiple riders allowed on these slides/riders must ride alone).
  • Guests under 42" may ride the tube slide in a double tube or on the lazy river with an adult/caregiver if the Under 42" rider can ride unsupported in the double tube.
  • Coast Guard approved lifejackets may be worn in the leisure pool and lazy river, but lifejackets are not a substituion for active supervision. Lifejackets are not permitted on any of the body or drop slides.
  • Children under the age of 10 are not permitted in the park without an adult (16+) providing active supervision of that child/children.
  • Young children must be no more than "arms-length" distance from an adult (16+) providing active supervision of that child/children.
  • Cascade Bay is not responsible for lost/stolen items.  Staff will not hold guests' personal belongings.  Lockers are available for rent by purchasing a waterproof wristband ($6).  Wristbands are available from Admissions and  Captain's Galley Concessions.
  • Strollers may be used to transport children into Cascade Bay but then must be stored under the Red & Blue slides.
  • Guests are required to shower before entering the water and after use of toilet facilities.
  • Use the locker rooms or changing rooms to change diapers. Diapers should not be changed on the deck.
  • Spitting, spouting water from the mouth, and blowing the nose in the water is prohibited. Please remind children not to drink the pool water.
  • No diving, pushing, running, throwing objects or rough play is allowed.
  • Offensive and inappropriate language, clothing, and body art will not be tolerated.
  • Do not swing from the handrails of the ladders or the ropes
  • If Cascade Bay has reached capacity, season pass holders will have priority entrance over frontgate admissions, as space becomes available.
  • Guests will be warned once of an infraction, the second time will be spoken to, and the third time will be asked to sit out of the water for five minutes.  Guests may also be asked to leave the facility, as deemed necessary by management. 
  • No floaties, water wings, noodles, etc. are allowed at Cascade Bay. Only Coast Guard approved personal floation devices (PFD) are allowed.
  • No over the nose goggles allowed (in the event of an emergency the can delay care).
  • Only American with Disabilities Act (ADA) service animals allowed inside the park. A Service Animal as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may be a dog, or in some cases a miniature horse, individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability.  The task(s) performed by the animal must be directly related to the person’s disability. The ADA allows these animals to go anywhere that the public is allowed to go. Emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals are not considered service animals under the ADA. These terms are used to describe animals that provide comfort just by being with a person.  Because they have not been trained to perform a specific job or task, they do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.

{tab What to Bring}

  • Proper swim attire (lined bathing suit, no zippers or rivets)
  • Towel, sunscreen, sunglasses, etc.
  • Water shoes are permitted but not to be worn down the slides
  • Swim diapers or plastic pants for children who are not toilet trained (swim diapers for sale in Concessions for $1.00)
  • US Coast Guard approved lifejackets (Swimsuits with built-in lifejackets must be Coast Guard approved). Lifejackets are not permitted on any waterslide; they may be worn on the tube slide.
  • Money for Captain's Galley Concessions
  • Water in plastic water bottle (No coolers or glass water bottles are permitted.)

{tab What Not to Bring/Not Permitted}

  • Outside food or beverages (Captain's Galley Concessions is available to purchase food/beverages).  Picnic tables are also provided outside the front gate for picnics.
  • Cigarettes, vaping, or other tobacco products. These products are not allowed inside Cascade Bay, on the pavilion, or while waiting in line.
  • Coolers
  • Glass containers
  • Flippers, snorkels, or facemasks/goggles that cover the nose
  • Flotation devices, such as water wings and noodles
  • Personal radios or speakers
  • Lawn chairs
  • Alcoholic beverages and illegal substances. These products are not allowed inside the park, on the pavillion, or while waiting in line. 
  • Water toys, balls, and sand toys (sand toys are provided for use in Sandpiper Beach)

{tab Inclement Weather/Refund Policy}

 

Weather Hotline: (651) 675-5577

Pool Closure Policy

Cascade Bay will clear the pool and/or close if:

  • The current temperature is 62 or colder.
  • It is raining hard enough so that it is difficult to see the bottom of the pool.
  • There is an electrical storm.
  • There is a tornado warning.
  • Management has the right to close all or part of the facility due to low attendance.

**Cardio Bay will be available when the temperature is under 62 degrees.  

Refund Policy

  • Cascade Bay does not offer cash refunds for weather related closures.
  • If the pool is cleared for over an hour due to inclement weather the following applies:
    • Guests who purchased a single session admission less than one hour before the pool was initially cleared and can produce a receipt will receive a single session admission pass to return on another day. 
    • Guests who purchased an all-day access ticket less than one hour before the pool was initially cleared during Session 1 will receive passes good for two single sessions. Guests who purchased an all-day access ticket less than on hour before the pool was initially cleared during Session 2 will receive passes good for one single session. The 30 minute session break does not count towards weather closure as the pool is already cleared for an extended safety break from 2:45 - 3:15 p.m.
    • Eligible guests must be present at time of closure to receive their pass. 
  • Single session admission holders who have been at Cascade Bay over an hour before the pool is closed will not be given an admission pass to return.
  • All-day access ticket holders who have been at Cascade Bay over an hour before the pool is closed during Session 1 will only receive one return pass. All-day access ticket holders who have been at Cascade Bay over an hour before the pool is closed during Session 2 will not be given an admission pass to return. 

 

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Location & Directions

Cascade Bay is located at 1360 Civic Center Drive, Eagan, MN 55121

 

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