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Find information about Dutch Springs including height requirements for attractions, details on policies and safety, and more!


General Guest Services

Things to know before you go!

Alcoholic Beverage Policy

Alcoholic beverages of any type may not be brought or consumed on Park property.

Attire

At the Aqua Park

  • Proper swimming attire for the Aqua Park at Dutch Springs is defined as one or two piece swim suits without abrasive buttons, rivets, zippers or snaps.
  • Dutch Springs provides lifejackets for use within the Aqua Park area.  If you would like to bring your own, please make sure they are Coast Guard Approved Personal Floatation Devices (PFD’s).

At the Sky Challenge

  • Closed toed shoes with backs are required when climbing the rock wall or using the high ropes course.
  • Dry shirts and shorts/pants are recommended.  Damp clothing due to the Aqua Park is allowed.

Aside from above we recommend bringing:

  • Sneakers for the Sky Challenge
  • Watershoes for the Aqua Park
  • Towel
  • A dry change of clothes
  • Warmer or cooler clothes for different parts of the day

Credit/Debit Cards

VISA and MasterCard is accepted at all purchasing locations.

First Aid

The safety and well being of our guests is of the greatest importance at Dutch Springs.

We have a First Aid Station at the Lifeguard Yurt at the entrance of the Aqua Park.  On the weekends we have a medic that is stationed at the Staff Lookout on the Peninsula Side.

If necessary, the Park is only a short drive to local hospitals.

Personal emergency medications, such as an EpiPen, should not be left in the care of First Aid, as they need to be administered without delay.

 

Lockers

SAFEGO personal safes are available for daily rental at Blue Koi Lakeside by the entrance to the Aqua Park.  Because vehicles are allowed inside the Park, we do not have lockers available to rent.

Lost and Found

Lost and Found is located in the Admissions Office at the entrance to Dutch Springs.

If you have lost an item please visit the office or call 610-759-2270 to report the item with a description as soon as possible.

If you have found a lost item, please give it to an employee or take it to the Admissions Office.

Dutch Springs is not responsible for any lost, stolen or  damaged items.  Lost and Found is purged at the end of the year.

Wheelchairs and Strollers

Wheelchairs and Strollers are welcome at Dutch Springs.  Due to the grassy, rocky, hilly and uneven terrain of our facilities, you mahy find it difficult to navigate the entire property.  Please see a staff member for assistance or direction to the easiest paths to each area of the lake.

You may bring your own wheelchair or stroller to the Park.  Wheelchair and Stroller rentals are not available.

Pets

Only service animals are permitted at Dutch Springs.

Restrooms and Change Buildings

Change Buildings are located on the Student Side between the Sky Challenge and Blue Koi Gift Shoppe and on the Peninsula Side by Splash’s Snack Shack.

Each heated and air conditioned change building contains a men’s and women’s area consisting of a large open area, change stalls, baby changing stations (Peninsula Side only), toilet stalls and heated showers.

The Student Side Change Building has handicapped parking and is wheelchair accessible.

Ride Admission Policy

Dutch Springs’ ride admission policy has been developed based on the recommendations of the manufacturer, our past experience and our evaluation of each ride using our knowledge of the ride in both normal and emergency operation conditions.  Our prime consideration is the ability of each person to endure the dynamics of a ride without risk of injury to that person or other riders.  Any guest who feels he or she may be affected by this policy is encouraged to visit the Lifeguard Yurt to obtain a list of the rides he or she can safely ride.  Your Ride Admission Policy List will provide information for our ride operators to help accommodate you.

Baby Changing Stations

Baby changing facilities are located in men’s and women’s sides of the Peninsula Side Change Building.

ATM Access

Unfortunately, there are no ATM machines within the Park.  However, both cash and credit cards are taken at all purchase locations.

Sun Protection

Environmentally responsible sunscreen is available at the Blue Koi Lakeside by the entrance to the Aqua Park and the Blue Koi Gift Shoppe by the Sky Challenge.  Hats and sunglasses also help protect from sun damage and can be purchased throughout the park as well!

Weather

Dutch Springs remains open as scheduled, rain or shine.  Some attractions will temporarily close and clear


Guests with Children

Baby Food and Baby Bottles

Baby food and baby bottles are not available at the Park.  Guests are permitted to bring these items into Dutch Springs.  Please keep these items inside a cooler. (Items can not be stored in any Dutch Springs’ refridgerator.)  They may be warmed at Splash’s Snack Shack.  Milk and bottled juice is made available at a Splash’s Snack Shack and the Blue Koi Gift Shoppe.

Children with Lost Parents

An employee will escort any child who appears to be lost to the Lifeguard Yurt at the entrance to the Aqua Park.  If you and your child become separated, please ask any employee for assistance.

Diaper Changing Areas

Diaper changing stations are available in the Peninsula Side Change Building connected to Splash’s Snack Shack for your convenience.

Rides for Infants and Children

Dutch Springs has a playground for younger children located behind the Blue Koi Gift Shoppe.

The Aqua Park is geared for children over 5 years old.  We do provide size appropriate lifejackets for infants and toddlers.  However, due to the size and access points of the Aqua Park attractions, smaller children will find it too difficult enjoy the attractions.

The Sky Challenge has a height minimum of 46 inches.

For detailed information about each attraction, please visit our Rides Section.

Strollers and Wagons

Strollers and wagons are permitted inside Dutch Springs.  Due to the grassy, rocky hilly, and uneven terrain of our facilities, you may find it difficult to push or pull.

You may bring your own stroller and wagon to the Park.  We do not have any strollers or wagons to rent.

Sun Protection

Environmentally responsible sunscreen is available at the Blue Koi Lakeside by the entrance to the Aqua Park and the Blue Koi Gift Shoppe by the Sky Challenge.  Hats and sunglasses also help protect little ones from sun damage, and can be purchased throughout the park as well.


Guests with Disabilities

We strive to safely accommodate the needs of all our guests including guests with disabilities.  Please view our Safety & Accessibility Guide for information regarding ride access, height and other physical restrictions.

Admission

We do not offer a discount specifically for guests with disabilities or pregnant women.

Braces and Casts

Guests with casts and braces will be restricted from attractions where the cast or brace will present a hazard to the guest or others.

First Aid

The safety and well being of our guests is on the greatest importance at Dutch Springs.

We have a First Aid station at the Lifeguard Yurt at the entrance of the Aqua Park.  On the weekends we have a medic that is stationed at the Staff Lookout on the Peninsula Side.

If necessary, the Park is only a short drive to local hospitals

Personal emergency medications, such as an EpiPen, should not be left in the care of First Aid, as they need to be administered without delay.

For Guests with Hearing Disabilities

For our guests with hearing disabilities, copies of our ride speeches are available at the Admissions Office and the Lifeguard Yurt.

The Pennsylvania Relay Service enables people who are hearing or speech-impared to use their TTY (Text Telephone Yoke) to place calls and receive calls from hearing people anywhere.  The Pennsylvania Relay Service can be reached by dialing 7-1-1.  Telephones can be found throughout the Park.

Parking

Guests requiring a handicap parking space should get a parking pass from a gate attendant.  State issued permits are required to use these spaces.  Handicapped parking is available on the Peninsula Side Parking Lot and at the Student Side Change Building.

Prosthetic Devices

Guests with prosthetics which do not have any exposed metal parts are generally allowed on all Attractions.  Please consult with a member of management to ensure you have a safe experience.

Restrooms

The following restrooms have stalls that meet ADA guidelines for our guests with disabilities: Student Side and Peninsula Side Change Buildings.  Only the Peninsula Side Change building has handicapped parking and a ramp to get into the restroom.

Ride Safety

Many attractions at Dutch Springs are dynamic and thrilling.  there are inherent risks in riding any amusement ride.  If you choose to ride, you accept all of the risks.  Participate responsibly.  You should be in good health to ride safely.  you know your physical conditions and limitations, Dutch Springs does not.  If you suspect your health could be at risk for any reason, or you could aggravate a pre-existing condition of any kind, DO NOT RIDE!  Restrictions for guests of extreme size are posted at certain attractions.  Guests with disabilities should refer to our Ride Admission Policy.

Guests with a history of recent surgery, heart trouble/high blood pressure, neck trouble, back trouble, knee trouble, or any other condition that may be aggravated by riding, or who are pregnant, should carefully heed all warning signs at the entrance to the Aqua Park.  If you are in doubt about your ability to safely experience a ride or owuld like more rider information please request our Guest Assistance Guide at the Admissions office.

Pennsylvania Act No 1994-58 requires that riders must obey all warnings and directions regarding rides and must behave in a manner that will not cause or contribute to injury to themselves or others.  Failure to comply is cause for dismissal from the Park with NO REFUND GIVEN.

Service Animals

Service Animals are welcome at Dutch Springs.  A service animal is defined as a dog or miniature pony that has been individually trained to perform tasks for a person with disabilities.  We may ask you what task your service animal performs for you.  Service animals must be physically controlled on a leash or harness at all times while on our property.  There is a limit to one service animal per guest.  Service animals are not allowed in the lake.  Due to the nature of most attractions, service animals must remain with a non-riding member of your party.  We are not permitted to take control of your service animal.

Guests whose service animals demonstrate aggressive actions toward other guests will be directed to remove the animal from the Park immediately.  Owners are required to clean up after the service animal and will be removed immediately if not in compliance.

At this time emotional support, therapy, comfort or companion animals (and pets) are not welcome at Dutch Springs.

Please refer to ADA documents regarding service animals and FAQ’s regarding the difference between service animals and emotional support/therapy/comfort/companion animals.

Wheelchair Accessibility and Rental 

Wheelchairs and motorized wheelchairs ae welcome at Dutch Springs.  You may bring your own to the Park.  Wheelchair rentals are not available.

Entrances are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs through out the facility.  Due to the grassy, rocky hilly, and uneven terrain of our facilities, you may find it difficult navigate the entire property.  Please see a staff member for assistance or direction to the easiest paths to each area of the lake.

Wheelchair accessibility to the waters edge of the lake is available.

Segway human transporters and personal golf carts are not permitted at Dutch Springs.


Rider height

Rider Height Requirements

Aqua Park Attractions

  • the Blob-
  • All Other Attractions-

Sky Challenge Attractions

  • the Rock Wall-
  • the High Ropes Course-