Park Guidance Information

Parents or guardians must assist children whilst using pavilion funpark attractions and facilities.

Please check all ride restrictions and availability before making any purchases as refunds will not be issued.

All ride tokens are valid for the whole year.

During off peak periods staff will be operating on a rotational basis.

Management reserve the right to refuse admission.

Management reserve the right to close any attraction or facility without prior warning.

Only food and drink purchased at clacton pavilion may be consumed on it.

Ride Safety Information

General ride restrictions (including height, size, and loose item restrictions) that are applicable to all guests. These are detailed on information boards at the entrance to the rides, and it is the responsibility of all guests to check these before deciding to ride.

 Several rides are unsuitable for guests with heart, neck, or back conditions, or expectant mothers, and we strongly recommend that guests who have had recent surgery or an injury do not ride certain attractions. on many of our rides, guests will need the ability to brace themselves in an upright position. These restrictions apply to most rides and are detailed on signage at the ride entrances where they are applicable. All rides require guests to keep their arms and legs inside the ride carriages, and remain seated at all times.

 Not all rides are suitable for all guests. Each ride has strict operating requirements that all riders must meet. Please do not ask our hosts to break these rules as they are there for your safety!

 As well as taking note of the ride restrictions, we strongly suggest that you watch our rides in motion before making a decision on whether to ride.

 Large groups of guests with disabilities visiting the park are advised to contact our customer services team, ideally prior to their visit or otherwise on arrival for further advice on access and facilities.

 BALPPA Statement on Public Safety for Disabled People

“ Members of the british association of Leisure parks, piers and attractions (baLppa) welcome visits by disabled people and will do all that is possible to ensure a safe and pleasurable stay. However, certain rides and attractions in our parks can be physically demanding and vigorous.
We therefore reserve the right to refuse admission to certain rides should we feel there is a danger to a particular individual or individuals for whatever reason. We have been advised by the health and safety executive that refusal on the grounds of health and safety does not constitute discrimination. We hope that you understand and accept the decisions made in the interest of your safety