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“Nice but not like a 6 flags”

Seabreeze Amusement Park
Ranked #6 of 145 things to do in Rochester
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Seabreeze, the fourth oldest park in America, is located on the scenic bluffs overlooking Lake Ontario north of Rochester. Enjoy the excitement of four roller coasters, a classic wooden carousel, thrill rides, family and kiddie rides, a midway of food and games and live shows daily. There's also a full water park with wave pool, tube slides, body flumes, lazy river, kiddie slides and more. The 1920 Jack Rabbit wooden roller coaster is listed as the oldest continuously operating coaster in America. The park is a classic combination of traditional amusement park and modern water park. Open daily mid-June through Labor Day; also open weekends in May, early June and early September.
Reviewed 22 April 2014

Much smaller than Darrien Lake but nice and close to home for a day you want to kick back and ride a few rides. Their water slide water is not really heated and last time we tried the water park we left shivering.

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Reviewed 17 April 2014

Took 2 grandchildren there, ages 13 and 10. Everyone had a great time. Only problem was wave pool is NOT for young or people who can't swim. In a family park this should be corrected. Other than this had a good variety of rides and didn't feel like we were being robed when it was time to eat. Should also add once there saw people pulling coolers on wheels.

Thank Michele P
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Reviewed 17 April 2014

If you are longing for the good old days ,you need only to visit Rochester's Seabreeze amusement park to delight the senses with the sights the smells and sounds from a bygone era . Built in 1890's, Seabreeze retains much of its charm as a seaside park /retreat to escape the city's heat , be thrilled by a wooden roller coaster clattering along a steep incline,or take a seat on the beautiful carousel and be whisked away to the music of a Wurlitzer. There is something for everyone,including a well run water park, newer brain jarring rides and a midway to win a prize for your sweetie. It just isn't summer in Rochester without a visit to Seabreeze!

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Reviewed 16 April 2014

The reason I love Seabreeze Amusement Park is it is an smaller family run park that has enough to do but does not leave you feeling "Flagged" like bigger chain type parks do. Seabreeze has a lovely location near by the lake, a great water park and a good old fashioned amusement park. It has all the old park feel and in fact is one of the oldest running amusement parks in the country. It has a set of Game stands that take you back to the carnival hawkers calling for you to "step up & win a prize " The entire effect of old amusement park by the lake is charming. Seabreeze boasts one of the oldest continuously running wooden roller costers in the country.....The Jack Rabbit. It is a blast to ride. The water park is just the right size and connected in such a way that a start at the water park and then wander over to the rides is a great way to go. Fun for all but particularly suited for gram and gramp to take small children and have an fun and relaxing time rather than overwhelming event. The thing about SeaBreeze is it truly has that relaxed family fun feel. Highly recommended. Don't get "Flagged" try a smaller, reasonable family park and enjoy the charm and feel of this gem.

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Reviewed 15 April 2014

Smaller park but very clean and safe. Fun for the family and nice water area. Enjoy the flume ride and old wooden roller coaster, as well as the ski-ball games.

1  Thank KarE763
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