Welcome to our comprehensive FAQ page here at Cypress Coast Recreational Park. Please feel free to read through these regularly asked questions.
Find the answers to your all important questions here.
1. Can I bring alcohol onto the premises?
Yes, beer and liquor are permitted on the premises but NO GLASS containers please. In the event that an individual is deemed intoxicated, they will be asked to leave the park immediately for the safety of the other patrons. There will be no refunds for those that are asked to leave.
2. Can I bring food and drinks onto the premises?
Yes, you can bring coolers containing food and drinks. Again, NO GLASS containers please. We do have concessions stand situated within the park.
3. Are pets allowed on site?
No. We do not permit pets unless they are medical dogs.
4. How old do you have to be to gain entrance without a parent or guardian?
The answer is 16. We require all visitors to have a valid form of ID or drivers licence to gain entrance into the park without a parent or guardian. In order for a child under 16 to enter the park they must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 years or older.
5. Do you provide onsite parking facilities?
Yes and it’s free. Patrons will be fully responsible for their own vehicle.
6. Do you have onsite emergency medical facilities?
No. The local clinic is located 4 miles away.
Other important information.
NO WEAPONS OF ANY KIND ARE ALLOWED IN THE PARK. THE PARK IS REGULARLY PATROLLED BY LOCAL POLICE.
The park is designed for the enjoyment of all our patrons. Anyone deemed to be violating any of the Park Rules and Regulations may be asked to leave. In extreme cases those people may be prohibited from returning to the park in the future. Park Personnel are in place to assist you in having a safe stay. When Park Personnel notify you that the park is closing, we ask that you make arrangements to leave within 30 minutes, ensuring the safe closing down of the property.
The park will close at Dusk.
ALL INDIVIDUALS ENTERING OR ACCOMPANYING A CHILD MUST SIGN A RELEASE WAIVER PRIOR TO ENTERING THE PARK. NO LIFEGUARDS ARE ON DUTY AND SWIMMING IS AT YOUR OWN RISK!