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Rides and Attractions Rules & Procedures

Kalahari is committed to the safety of our guests.

We ask that you read and abide by all rule and procedures here and throughout our Waterpark. Have fun. Be Safe. 

Indoor Waterpark

  • Life vests are required for all children under 48". At Kalahari Resorts, the safety and security of our guests is our number one priority. In our indoor and outdoor Waterparks, Kalahari is proud to meet, and in many cases, exceed state and federal guidelines for Waterpark safety. Although many children possess excellent swimming capabilities in standard pools, Kalahari Resorts requires all children under 48" to wear a life vest for added safety while enjoying our Waterparks. You are encouraged to bring your own life vest if it is well fitting and U.S. Coast Guard approved. Complimentary life vests are available in the Waterpark on a first come first served basis.
  • Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • State law prohibits any food or beverage to be brought in from outside the Waterpark.
  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to ride.
  • Single vehicles only are to be dispatched. No chains or multiples of vehicles are permitted. This attraction is meant for 1-2 riders only.
  • Only guests wearing suitable swimming attire may ride the flume. Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, or any sharp objects are not permitted, as they may damage the flume.
  • For riders to safely experience ANACONDA, each such rider should have the physical and cognitive abilities to hold themselves in an upright seated position within the vehicle throughout the course of the ride. All riders should firmly grasp the handles of the tubes at all times during the ride, up to and including entry into the ANACONDA runout at the exit of the waterslide. Guests will encounter strong acceleration and deceleration forces from the front, rear and all sides during the course of the ride.
  • The minimum rider height for patrons using this waterslide is 42 in. (1,220 mm). Under no circumstances should patrons less than 42 in. (1,220 mm) be permitted to use this waterslide. The maximum capacity is two riders per boat and 350 lbs. (158.55 kg) total combined weight. Maximum individual rider weight is 300 lbs. (135.9 kg). Patrons between 42 in. (1,070 mm) and 48 in. (1,220 mm) must be accompanied by a supervising companion and a U.S. Coast Guard approved flotation device is required.
  • CAUTION: The water in the slide runout is 12 in. deep.


All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to ride.
  • Single vehicles only are to be dispatched. No chains or multiples of vehicles are permitted. This attraction is meant for 2-4 riders only. Only the 4 person tube is allowed on this attraction. NO SINGLE OR DOUBLE TUBES ALLOWED.
  • Riders and tubes are not permitted to remain in the Barrelling Baboon runout. Guests should exit with their tube at the Barrelling Baboon runout as quickly as possible.
  • Only guests wearing suitable swimming attire may ride the flume. Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, or any sharp objects are not permitted, as they may damage the flume and/or tubes.
  • Shoes, sandals or footwear with buckles are not permitted to be worn while riding.
  • For riders to safely experience the Barrelling Baboon, each such rider should have the physical and cognitive abilities to hold themselves in an upright seated position within the vehicle throughout the course of the ride. All riders should firmly grasp the handles of the tubes at all times during the ride, up to and including entry into the Barrelling Baboon runout at the exit of the waterslide. Guests will encounter strong acceleration and deceleration forces from the front, rear and all sides during the course of the ride.
  • CAUTION: The water in the slide runout is 18 in. deep.
  • Minimum height requirement for guests using this waterslide is 48 inches (1,220mm). UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD GUESTS LESS THAN 48 in. (1,220mm) BE PERMITTED TO USE THIS WATERSLIDE.
  • The maximum combined weight limit for this ride is 700 lbs. (317.1 kg).


All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Must be at least 42 inches tall to ride.
  • All riders must have a mat to ride.
  • Secure all loose items. No jewelry, glasses, or footwear of any kind.
  • Proper swimming attire is required. No buckles, rivets, or any other sharp object as it may damage the slide.
  • One rider at a time on slides.
  • Lay head first in the prone position and hold onto the handles at all times.
  • Do not block end of slide and exit quickly.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and/ or persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Coast Guard approved life jacket is required for all guests under 48 inches.
  • Must be under 48 inches tall unless accompanied by a child.
  • Adults are not permitted on any of the slides.
  • Pool is 2 feet deep.
  • Secure all loose items.
  • Proper swimming attire is required. No buckles, rivets, or any other sharp object as it may damage the slide.
  • Footwear is not permitted.
  • One rider at a time. Riders may ride side by side. Lap riding is not permitted.
  • Lay flat on your back with your arms crossed behind you, your hands clasped and hugging your ears and elbows pointing forward with your ankles crossed.
  • Do not block end of slide and exit quickly.
  • No diving, jumping, running, or horseplay. Masks, snorkels, and water toys are not permitted.
  • Maximum weight per rider is 200 lbs. 

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Participants should be good swimmers in good physical condition with no heart, joint, muscle or skeletal deficiencies. Pregnant women should not participate. No one with a history of seizures should participate.
  • Participants must be at least 7 years old and 48 inches in height.
  • Prior experience using a snorkel is recommended.
  • You must be able to stand up with your head completely out of the water at all times.
  • If your snorkel fills with water: blow out snorkel to clear it and/or stand up with head out of the water, remove the mouthpiece and breathe normally.
  • Obey all warning signs and instructions provided.
  • Do not act in any manner that can cause or contribute to an injury to yourself or others.
  • If you become disoriented, confused, panic or experience pain, stand up with head out of the water, remove the mouthpiece, breathe normally and remove the headset.
  • Participants must sign a waiver. Click Here to view waiver.
  • Secure all loose items. No jewelry, glasses, or footwear of any kind.
  • Must be 48" to ride in a solo tube.
  • Proper swimming attire is required. No buckles, rivets, or any other sharp object as it may damage the slide.
  • Only one tube to enter the flume at a time. Never form chains.
  • Wait for attendant start signal before beginning the ride.
  • Remain seated facing forward and hold onto the handles at all times. Do not rock, stop, or slow the tube throughout the ride. If you accidentally fall from the tube, continue down the slide without it and exit normally.
  • Do not block end of slide and exit quickly.
  • All riders must have a tube to ride.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and/ or persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide. 

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • This is a very strenuous ride. Riders must be able to swim in turbulent moving water.
  • Bodyboarding this sheet wave is a body-active, participatory sport. As with all sports, care must be taken to avoid injury.
  • Riders must be in good physical condition and free from any physical limitations to participate. Pregnant women and persons with a history of heart, back, neck, shoulder, or joint problems should not ride.
  • Riders must be at least 42 inches tall to participate in bodyboarding and 52 inches tall to surf.
  • Jewelry, hats, eyeglasses, or loose articles of any type are not recommended on the ride as they may injure the participant or damage the ride surface.
  • Bodyboarding: When instructed by the Gatekeeper, place your body board into the launch ramp, slick side down. Lie down with your stomach on the body board, head first, with your hips along the rear edge of the board. Your legs should be extended straight behind you. Your hands should grab the forward rails of the board.
  • All who choose to surf the FlowRider must sign a waiver. Click Here to view waiver.
  • Avoid jumping into or entering the ride at high speeds – YOU WILL WIPE OUT!
  • Steer your body board into the center of the flowing water. You can control your body board by gently shifting your weight. Obey the wave staff at all times.
  • Single riding only is permitted. NO tandem riders or multiple riding is allowed.
  • The flowing water may pull off bathing suit tops, bottoms, and loose clothing. Cover-ups are suggested.
  • Horseplay and daredevil stunts are not permitted.
  • Riders must be barefoot.
  • CAUTION! The ride surface is very slippery.
  • NO TANDEM RIDERS!
  • GUESTS MAY NOT DROP IN FROM THE TOP WHEN RIDING.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Riders must remained seated at all times.
  • No rough play.
  • Life jackets are required for children under 48" tall and are recommended for weak swimmers.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Minors ages 6 and under are not permitted in the whirlpool.
  • Elderly persons and persons suffering from heart disease, diabetes, or high or low blood pressure should not enter whirlpool.
  • Minors under the age of 12 who are unsupervised may not use the whirlpool.
  • Persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol may not use the whirlpool.
  • Pregnant women should consult their physician regarding whirlpool usage.
  • Lengthy exposure may be hazardous to your health and may result in nausea, dizziness or fainting.
  • In the event of inclement weather, this spa may be closed.
  • Maximum patron load: 83 people.
  • 42” Minimum; Between 42” and 48” must be accompanied by an adult in a double tube.
  • Secure all loose items. No jewelry, glasses, or footwear of any kind.
  • Proper swimming attire is required. No buckles, rivets, or any other sharp object as it may damage the slide.
  • Only one tube to enter flume at a time. Never form chains.
  • Wait for the attendant start signal before beginning the ride.
  • remain seated facing forward and hold onto the handles at all times. Do not rock, stop, or slow the tube throughout the ride. If you accidentally fall from the tube, continue down the flume.
  • Do not block end of slide and exit quickly.
  • Diving, jumping, running, and horseplay are not permitted.
  • All riders must have a tube to ride.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and/ or persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • CAUTION: THIS POOL IS 4 ft. 0 in. DEEP
  • Persons with signs of illness or disease or with rashes, sores or bandages are prohibited (28 Pa. Code §18.53).
  • Shower before entering the pool area and after using toilet facilities. No diving. Proper swim attire required.
  • A U.S. Coast Guard approved flotation device is REQUIRED for all guests 48 in. (1,220 mm) or less and all non-swimmers.
  • Caution: the water in this pool is 4 ft. 0 in. at its deepest point.
  • All basketballs must remain in the pool. No shooting from the pool deck is allowed. No dunking or hanging from the rim.
  • No food, drink, or tobacco products in the pool.
  • Swim diapers are required for all participants not toilet trained.
  • Diaper changing on the pool deck is prohibited.
  • MAXIMUM PATRON LOAD IS 195 PERSONS


All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themself or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • CAUTION: THIS POOL IS 3 ft. 0 in. DEEP
  • Must be at least 21 years of age to enter Swim Up Bar pool. Proper photo identification is required for anyone appearing to be under 30 years of age.
  • Persons with signs of illness or disease or with rashes, sores or bandages are prohibited (28 Pa. Code §18.53).
  • Shower before entering the pool area and after using toilet facilities.
  • No diving.
  • Proper swim attire required.
  • No running, rough play, and/or deceptive play that simulates a person in danger.
  • Management reserves the right to deny the sale of an alcoholic beverage to anyone for any reason.
  • Caution: the water in this pool is 3 ft. 0 in. at its deepest point.
  • No tobacco products in the pool.
  • In the event of inclement weather, this pool area will be closed for your safety.
  • Caution: the Swim Up Bar is a non-guarded area, never use alone.
  • MAXIMUM PATRON LOAD IS 141 PERSONS.
  • Splash pool is 3 feet, 6 inches deep. Do not jump or dive from the raft into the pool.
  • Eyeglasses must be securely affixed to riders with head straps. No loose articles permitted.
  • Swimwear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornaments are not permitted.
  • Must be 42" for a double tube accompanied by an adult and 48" for a single tube.
  • Step into rafts carefully. Sit in rafts fully-seated holding handles with both hands.
  • Riders must stay in the rafts during the ride. If you accidentally fall from the raft, continue on down the slide without it and exit normally.
  • Riders must wait for the attendant to start the ride.
  • Keep arms and hands inside the tubes at all times.
  • Do not run, dive, stand, kneel, rotate, or stop in the slide.
  • At the end of the slide, stay in the raft until directed by splash pool attendant to exit.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Only guests wearing suitable swimming attire may ride the flume. Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, or any sharp objects are not permitted, as they may damage the flume.
  • Shoes, sandals or footwear with buckles are not permitted to be worn while riding.
  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to ride.
  • Guests must ride one at a time. Chains or double riding are not permitted.
  • Guests are not permitted to remain in the run-out. Please exit the run-out as quickly as possible.
  • For riders to safely experience the Sahara Sidewinder, each such rider should have the physical and cognitive abilities to remain in the supine position only (on the back, face up.)
  • Riders will experience strong acceleration and deceleration forces from the front, rear and all sides during the course of the ride.
  • The minimum height requirement for guests using the Sahara Sidewinders is 48 inches.
  • The maximum weight requirement for guests using the Sahara Sidewinders is 300 lbs (136 kgs).
  • Do not use the slide while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Follow the instructions of the attendant.
  • No standing, kneeling, rotating or stopping in the flume.
  • Keep your hands inside the flume.
  • Leave the plunge area immediately.
  • WARNING: Water depth is 6 inches.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Only guests wearing suitable swimming attire may ride the flume. Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, or any sharp objects are not permitted, as they may damage the flume.
  • Shoes, sandals or footwear with buckles are not permitted to be worn while riding.
  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to ride.
  • Guests must ride one at a time. Chains or double riding are not permitted.
  • Guests are not permitted to remain in the run-out. Please exit the run-out as quickly as possible.
  • For riders to safely experience the Screaming Hyena, each such rider should have the physical and cognitive abilities to remain in the supine position only (on the back, face up.) Once guests enter the start box, they should lean back against the flume, feet first, facing front, with their legs crossed at the ankles and their hands behind their neck with their fingers locked, while controlling their limbs throughout the course of the ride.
  • Riders will experience strong acceleration and deceleration forces from the front, rear and all sides during the course of the ride.
  • The minimum height requirement for guests using the Screaming Hyena is 48 inches.
  • The maximum weight requirement for guests using the Screaming Hyena is 300 lbs (136 kgs).
  • Do not use the slide while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Follow the instructions of the attendant.
  • No standing, kneeling, rotating or stopping in the flume.
  • Keep your hands inside the flume.
  • Leave the plunge area immediately.
  • WARNING: Water depth is 6 inches.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Only guests wearing suitable swimming attire may ride the flumes. Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, or any sharp objects are not permitted, as they may damage the flumes and/or tubes.
  • Shoes, sandals or footwear with buckles are not permitted to be worn while riding.
  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to ride.
  • Guests must ride one at a time. Chains or double riding are not permitted.
  • Guests are not permitted to remain in the runout/splash pool. Guests should exit the runout/splash pool as quickly as possible.
  • For riders to safely experience the SPLASHDOWN SAFARI WATERSLIDES, each rider should have the physical and cognitive abilities to remain in THE SITTING POSITION OR THE SUPINE POSITION. IN THE SITTING POSITION (OPEN FLUME), guests should remain in an upright, feet first, seated position, OR, IN THE SUPINE POSITION (ENCLOSED FLUME & COMBINATION OPEN/ENCLOSED FLUME), guests should lay feet first, face up, with their legs crossed at the ankles. Hands should be clasped together, fingers locked behind their neck, with arms hugging their ears and elbows pointing towards the front, while controlling their limbs throughout the course of the ride. Guests will encounter strong acceleration and deceleration forces from the front, rear and all sides during the course of the ride.
  • These waterslides are intended for the enjoyment of all ages.
  • Children's slides have a maximum height of 48".
  • The suggested maximum rider height for the Ridehouse Structure itself is 84 in. (2130 mm). The maximum weight restriction on the SAFARI SPLASHDOWN Structure is 400 lbs. (181.2 kg). The maximum weight restriction on the SAFARI SPLASHDOWN slides is 200 lbs. (90.6 kg).
  • The SAFARI SPLASHDOWN maximum patron load is 684 persons.


All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themself or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • This attraction is for strong swimmers only.
  • Splash pool depth is 7 feet.
  • Maximum operational load: 1 person, 250 lbs.
  • Persons under 48 inches tall are not permitted on this ride.
  • No eyewear or flotation devices are permitted.
  • No loose articles permitted. Swimwear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornaments is not permitted.
  • Only one rider to enter the slide at a time. Single riders only!
  • Never form chains.
  • The slide must be ridden feet first lying on your back with legs firmly crossed at ankles and hands clasped firmly behind your head.
  • Riders must wait for the signal to turn green before starting to ride.
  • Do not run, dive, stand, kneel, or stop in the slide.
  • At the end of the slide, exit quickly and obey all instructions by the attendant.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • CAUTION: THIS POOL IS 3 ft. 0 in. DEEP
  • Must be at least 21 years of age to enter Swim Up Bar pool. Proper photo identification is required for any one appearing to be under 30 years of age.
  • Persons with signs of illness or disease or with rashes, sores or bandages are prohibited (28 Pa. Code §18.53).
  • Shower before entering the pool area and after using toilet facilities.
  • No diving.
  • Proper swim attire required.
  • No running, rough play, and/or deceptive play that simulates a person in danger.
  • Management reserves the right to deny the sale of an alcoholic beverage to anyone for any reason.
  • Caution: the water in this pool is 3 ft. 0 in. at its deepest point.
  • No tobacco products in the pool.
  • In the event of inclement weather this pool area will be closed for your safety.
  • Caution: the Swim Up Bar is a non-guarded area, never use alone.
  • MAXIMUM PATRON LOAD IS 141 PERSONS.
  • This area is designed for children 48" and under along with their adult supervisor.
  • Do not enter the Pool if you have a communicable disease or open cut.
  • Do not bring food, drink, gum or tobacco in to the pool.
  • Shower before entering the pool and after use of toilet facilities.
  • Do not run or engage in rough play in the pool area.
  • When riding the slides do not make chains. Ride slides in seated position, legs extended in front – NEVER headfirst.
  • Do not stand at the top of any slide.
  • Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, or any sharp objects are not permitted.
  • Do not bring animals in to the pool area.
  • Diaper changing on the pool deck is prohibited.
  • Glass and shatterable items are prohibited in the pool area.
  • Swim diapers are required for all participants not toilet trained.
  • No diving.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Must be at least 48 inches to ride.
  • Splash pool is 18 inches. Wait to exit until the lifeguard has stopped and secured your raft. Exit the raft feet first. Do not jump or dive from the raft.
  • Secure all loose items. No jewelry, glasses, or footwear of any kind.
  • Swimwear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornaments are not permitted.
  • Step into rafts carefully – no jumping, standing, or diving.
  • Sit in rafts fully seated, holding handles with both hands.
  • Riders must stay in the rafts during the ride. If you accidentally fall from the raft, continue on down the slide without it an exit normally.
  • Combined weight not to exceed 700 lbs. per tube.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and/ or persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to ride.
  • Single vehicles only are to be dispatched. No chains or multiples of vehicles are permitted. This attraction is meant for 2-4 riders only. Only the 4 person tube is allowed on this attraction. NO SINGLE OR DOUBLE TUBES ALLOWED.
  • Riders and tubes are not permitted to remain in the WILD WILDEBEEST runout.
  • Only guests wearing suitable swimming attire may ride the flume. Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, or any sharp objects are not permitted, as they may damage the flume and/or tubes.
  • Shoes, sandals or footwear with buckles are not permitted to be worn while riding.
  • For riders to safely experience WILD WILDEBEEST, each such rider should have the physical and cognitive abilities to hold themselves in an upright seated position within the vehicle throughout the course of the ride. All riders should firmly grasp the handles of the tubes at all times during the ride, up to and including entry into the WILD WILDEBEEST runout at the exit of the waterslide. Guests will encounter strong acceleration and deceleration forces from the front, rear and all sides during the course of the ride.
  • CAUTION: The water in the slide runout is 18 in. deep.
  • Minimum height requirement for guests using this waterslide is 48 in. (1,220 mm). UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD GUESTS LESS THAN 48 in. (1,220 mm) BE PERMITTED TO USE THIS WATERSLIDE.
  • The maximum combined weight limit for this ride is 700 lbs. (317.1 kg).


All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Splash pool is 3 feet, 6 inches deep. Do not jump or dive from the raft into the pool.
  • Riders must be at least 42" tall.
  • Eyeglasses must be securely affixed to riders with head straps. No loose articles permitted.
  • Swimwear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornaments are not permitted. Riders must be barefoot.
  • Step into rafts carefully – no jumping, standing, or diving.
  • Sit in rafts fully-seated, holding handles with both hands.
  • Riders must stay in the rafts during the ride. If you accidentally fall from the raft, continue on down the slide without it and exit normally.
  • Riders must wait for the attendants to start the ride.
  • Keep arms and hands inside the tubes at all times.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and/or persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Deepest point: 6 feet.
  • All guests less than 48" (1.22 m.) tall must be in arm's reach of an adult at all times.
  • Life jackets are required for children under 48 inches (1.22 m.) tall and are recommended for weak swimmers.
  • Children under 48 inches (1.22 m.) tall may not pass the 4-foot depth marker.
  • Only life jackets authorized by the resort shall be allowed in the wave pool, only Coast Guard Certified floatation devices are permitted (Complimentary life jackets available at Guest Service Area).
  • Prolonged exposure to wave action may result in fatigue.
  • Exercise caution in deep water.
  • Splash pool depth is 4 feet.
  • Must be 48" for a solo tube.
  • No eyewear or flotation devices are permitted.
  • Swimwear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornaments are not permitted.
  • Riders must be barefoot.
  • Only one inner tube to enter the slide at a time.
  • Never form chains.
  • Tubes should be ridden in a seated position, facing forward.
  • Riders must stay on the tubes during the ride.
  • If you accidentally fall from the tube, continue on down the slide without it and exit normally.
  • Riders must wait for the attendants start signal before starting the ride.
  • Keep arms and hands inside the tubes at all times.
  • Do not run, dive, stand, kneel, rotate, or stop in the slide.
  • CAUTION: For safety reasons, pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back trouble and persons exceeding 250 lbs. should not ride this slide.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to ride.
  • Guests must ride one at a time. Chains or double riding are not permitted.
  • Riders are not permitted to remain in the splash pool. Guests should exit the splash pool as quickly as possible.
  • Only guests wearing suitable swimming attire may ride the flume. Swimming attire with buckles, rivets, jewelry, watches, necklaces or any sharp objects are not permitted, as they may damage the flume. Life jackets are also not permitted. Goggles or swim masks of any kind are not allowed.
  • Shoes, sandals or other footwear are not permitted to be worn while riding.
  • For riders to safely experience the ZIMBABWE ZIPPER, each such rider should have the physical and cognitive abilities to remain in THE SUPINE POSITION ONLY. Guests should lay feet first face up, with their legs crossed at the ankles. Hands should be clasped together, fingers locked behind their neck, with arms hugging their ears and elbows pointing towards the front while controlling their limbs throughout the course of the ride. Guests utilizing this ride will encounter strong acceleration and deceleration forces from the front, rear and all sides during the course of the ride.
  • CAUTION: The water in the slide catch pool is 3 ft. 6 in. deep.
  • The minimum height requirement for guests using this waterslide is 48 in.
  • The maximum weight requirement for guests using this waterslide is 250 lbs.
  • Splash pool patron load is 72 persons.


All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

Outdoor Waterpark

  • Life vests are required for all children under 48". At Kalahari Resorts, the safety and security of our guests is our number one priority. In our indoor and outdoor Waterparks, Kalahari is proud to meet, and in many cases, exceed state and federal guidelines for Waterpark safety. Although many children possess excellent swimming capabilities in standard pools, Kalahari Resorts requires all children under 48" to wear a life vest for added safety while enjoying our Waterparks. You are encouraged to bring your own life vest if it is well fitting and U.S. Coast Guard approved. Complimentary life vests are available in the Waterpark on a first come first served basis.
  • Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • State law prohibits any food or beverage to be brought in from outside the Waterpark.

ADULTS PERMITTED ONLY ON DOUBLE WIDE SLIDES ACCOMPANIED BY A CHILD.
MAXIMUM WEIGHT 200 LBS. 48” MAXIMUM HEIGHT UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY A CHILD

  • Secure all loose items or leave them in a locker or with a non-rider.
  • A swim diaper is required.
  • Proper swimming attire is required. No buckles, rivets, or any other sharp objects as they may damage the slide.
  • Footwear must be removed before riding.
  • One rider at a time. Riders may ride side by side. Lap riding is not permitted.
  • Lay flat on your back with your arms crossed behind you, your hands clasped and hugging your ears and elbows pointing forward with your ankles crossed.
  • Do not block end of the slide. Exit quickly.
  • Remain seated facing forward and hold on to the handles at all times do not rock, stop or slow the tube throughout the ride. if you accidentally fall from the ride continue down the fume.
  • Diving, jumping, running, and horseplay are not permitted.
  • Masks, snorkels, and water toys are not permitted.
  • Only Coast Guard approved life jackets are allowed as flotation devices.
  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, guests with recent surgery or illness, guests with high blood pressure or aneurysms, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs should not be permitted to ride.

BUGS BURROW MAXIMUM WATER DEPTH IS 2’.  LIFE JACKET REQUIRED FOR UNDER 48”. OUR LIFEGUARDS ARE HIGHLY TRAINED AND QUALIFIED, PLEASE ADHERE TO THEIR INSTRUCTIONS AT ALL TIMES.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S.§ 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

MAXIMUM WEIGHT 200 LBS
54” MAXIMUM HEIGHT

  • Secure all loose items or leave them in a locker or with a non-rider.
  • A swim diaper is required.
  • Proper swimming attire is required. No buckles, rivets, or any other sharp objects as they may damage the slide.
  • Footwear must be removed before riding. One rider at a time. Lap riding is not permitted.
  • Do not block end of the slide. Exit quickly.
  • Remain seated facing forward and hold on to the handles at all times do not rock, stop or slow the tube throughout the ride. if you accidentally fall from the ride continue down the fume.
  • Diving, jumping, running, and horseplay are not permitted.
  • Masks, snorkels, and water toys are not permitted.
  • Only Coast Guard approved life jackets are allowed as flotation devices.
  • Pregnant women, guests with heart conditions, guests with neck or back problems, guests with recent surgery or illness, guests with high blood pressure or aneurysms, and guests under the influence of alcohol or drugs should not be permitted to ride.

BUGS TORNADO'S MAXIMUM WATER DEPTH IS 2’. LIFE JACKET REQUIRED FOR UNDER 48”.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S.§ 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • CAUTION: THIS POOL IS 3 ft. 6 in. DEEP
  • Persons with signs of illness or disease or with rashes, sores or bandages are prohibited (28 Pa. Code §18.53).
  • Shower before entering the pool area and after using toilet facilities.
  • No diving.
  • Proper swim attire required.
  • A U.S. Coast Guard approved flotation device is REQUIRED for all guests 48 in. (1,220 mm) or less and all non-swimmers.
  • Caution: the water in this pool is 3 ft. 6 in. at its deepest point. No food, drink, or tobacco products in the pool.
  • All diaper dependent guests are required to wear a swim diaper for their safety and the safety of other guests. Diaper changing on the pool deck is prohibited.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age to enter Swim Up Bar area of the pool. Proper photo identification is required for anyone appearing to be under 30 years of age.
  • MAXIMUM PATRON LOAD IS 498 PERSONS


All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

  • WARNING: No diving or jumping.
  • Elderly persons and patrons suffering from heart disease, diabetes, or high or low blood pressure should not enter the whirlpool.
  • Due to health and safety concerns and per Wisconsin state law, children under 6 years of age are not permitted to use hot tubs.
  • Persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs may not use the whirlpool.
  • Pregnant women should consult their physician regarding whirlpool usage.
  • Lengthy exposure may be hazardous to your health and may result in nausea, dizziness or fainting.
  • Children that are not toilet-trained are required to wear swim diapers.
  • Repeated or extended use of hot tubs may cause eye, throat and skin irritations.

All riders must comply with the Pennsylvania Amusement Rider Safety and Liability Act, P.S. § 501-507 including heeding all posted and oral rules and to refrain from acting in a manner which may knowingly cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others or in a manner contrary to prohibited acts for riders set forth in the act.

Gorilla Grove Treetop Adventures

  • Be at least 4 - 7 years old and 36" to 44" tall for the children’s course, and 7 years old and 44" tall for the adult courses and dual zip lines (zip to open later). Participants must be of sound body and mind capable of performing specific safety tasks independently and be physically able to grasp and pull ropes, climb and balance and not have an extreme fear of heights.
  • Read and understand all instructions including training in using all safety and permanently installed equipment in the park.
  • Understand and accept the risks involved.
  • Guests must sign a Liability Release Form. Anyone under the age of 18 must also have the signature of a parent or guardian. DOWNLOAD FORM
  • Use all equipment safely and as directed.
  • Always have at least one carabiner attached to a marked attachment point.
  • A beginner level ropes course must be used before going on any higher level course.
  • Never use an element when another person is on it—one person at a time.
  • Never have more than 3 people on a platform.
  • Never switch from your current course to another.
  • Weigh between 40 and 265 lbs, fit comfortably in the provided safety harness and, for the adult course,  have a reach of 55 inches measured from the sole of the foot to the up-stretched tips of fingers.
  • All guests must be prepared for light exertion, be able to walk in the woods and climb stairs unassisted.
  • Pregnant women, people with heart, leg or spine problems or other serious conditions or persons unsure of their physical ability should consult their personal physician first.
  • No sandals or flip flops allowed. Guests must wear secured closed-toed shoes or sneakers. No bathing suits in the park.
  • Never be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • No profanity allowed in course.
  • Do not carry phones, cameras, or any other objects that may fall or distract you or others.
  • Do not use any ropes course with loose hair, clothing, or objects that can get caught in ropes or zip lines.
  • Do not smoke in the park.
  • Carry out all objects that you bring into the park, including all trash.
  • Obey instructions given by Park Monitors. When in doubt, ask a Park Monitor for assistance.
  • Participants may be asked to fill out a waiver. Click Here to view waiver.

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