||| The Slip N Fly is Dangerous |||

||| Use of The Slip N Fly is at your own risk |||

  • ​The top of The Slip N Fly is 14 feet off the surface of the water.  
  • Depending on the person you can reach heights of 14 to almost 30 feet over the surface of the water.  
  • Landing in water from this height can be painful and cause bruising, injury and/or death.
  • If you do not feel comfortable with accepting this risk do not use The Slip N Fly.


  • Friday: 2:00pm to 9:00pm
  • Saturday: 9:00am to 9:00pm
  • Sunday: 9:00am to 1:00pm


Participants may enter/exit the slide/ramp in the body position of their choice, however the following method is recommended when starting out.

  • Start at the top by diving head first down the slide, keeping your arms underneath you as to prevent your head from making contact with the slide.
  • By going down the slide head first you will come off the ramp in a head up, almost standing position.
  • When you come off the end of the slide look at tops of the trees on the furthest hillside you can see where they appear to touch the clouds.  This will help to orient you in a vertical position allowing your feet to enter the water first.
  • No diving into the pool is allowed at anytime.  All efforts must be made to enter feet first.

If you do not feel you are able to follow these instructions, have doubts or worries, we encourage you to not use The Slip N Fly.

If you are pregnant or have heart or health situations that may limit your ability; to have a general awareness, your ability to swim or hold your breath underwater, support yourself on the slide or ramp, or cause increased chance of injury or further injury it is up to you to choose not to use The Slip N Fly. 

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