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Frequently Asked Questions

How many rides do you have?2022-02-07T10:49:55-05:00

We have 11 Rides. You can see them here

Who can ride?2022-02-07T10:50:56-05:00

Most of our rides – all except for the Train, Merry-Go-Round and Little Dipper — are restricted by the State of Ohio to children less than 50 inches tall as measured at the park while wearing shoes. Taller guests, including adults, are welcome to ride the Big Creek & Memphis Railway, Merry-Go-Round and Little Dipper.

For the safety of all guests, Memphis Kiddie Park staff reserves the final determination of whether or not a child is too tall to ride.

How old does one have to be in order to ride?2022-03-24T15:54:04-04:00

Every child is different and the decision is ultimately the parent’s to make. We require that a child be able to sit upright, unassisted and, if the ride demands, able to hold onto the safety bar. Children who do not or cannot follow the direction of the ride operator may be turned away.

What kind of neighborhood are you in?2022-02-07T10:52:40-05:00

Memphis Kiddie Park is located in Brooklyn, a western suburb of Cleveland. Brooklyn is a quiet and beautiful community where the pride of its residents can be seen in manicured lawns and modern shopping centers. As a family-owned and operated business, we couldn’t be part of a more ideal community for a day of fun!

Is it true that ride tickets never expire?2022-02-07T10:53:17-05:00

Yes, it is. Our regularly priced ride tickets never expire. And since there is no gate fee and parking is free, you never have to worry about a sudden weather change or a tired child knowing that your tickets remain valid for a future visit. We often have mothers come with their children using tickets left over from when mom was a little girl!

How many tickets do you need for each ride?2022-02-07T10:54:03-05:00

Each ride requires one ticket per rider. On the Merry-Go-Round, a ticket is not required for parents who stand to hold a child seated on a horse.

Can I bring food or beverages into the Park?2022-02-07T10:54:47-05:00

No outside food or beverages are permitted in the Park with limited exceptions. With the heightened awareness of food allergies, we have to be careful and, for the safety and comfort of all of our guests, we simply do not allow outside food and beverage brought into the Park. Exceptions may be made for infant formula and those with special dietary needs associated with allergies and medical conditions. Please refer to our Special Dietary Needs Policy for a full explanation of the rules.

So as to assure all guests of an alcohol free environment, beverages may not be brought into the Park under any circumstance with the sole exception of personal water bottles.

Glass containers are not permitted and clear bottles are suggested.

Memphis Kiddie Park is immediately adjacent to a beautiful Cleveland Metropark with picnic grounds. We encourage families who wish to bring their own food to enjoy it there either before or after their visit.

What about birthday cake?2022-03-24T15:54:35-04:00

We allow guests who have pre-reserved their birthday party with us to bring their own cake for guests of their party. Because we have very limited space in our kitchen, we cannot assure you that we will have any room for your treats. We will do the best to accommodate baked goods and small frozen treats as space allows. Please, plan accordingly! For more information about hosting your next birthday party at Memphis Kiddie Park, visit our Birthday Party page.

Are there any rules about what guests must wear?2022-02-07T10:58:28-05:00

Since we cater to families with very young children, guests are asked to dress respectfully. Local and State Laws require that all guests have a bottom garment covering any diaper or underwear, a top, and shoes. Flip flops are OK, but probably not the safest choice for kids climbing in and out of the rides. Guests wearing offensive T-shirts or other objectionable clothing will be turned away.

Does Memphis Kiddie Park make donations?2022-03-24T15:55:04-04:00

Memphis Kiddie Park has been a proud supporter of countless non-profit charities and organizations in Northeast Ohio throughout the years. And we continue to do so. Here are some general guidelines:

Because of the number of requests we receive each year, we try and limit our support to 501(c)3 organizations which directly work with or support young children.

Only donation requests submitted in writing will be considered. Use official letterhead, if available, and be sure to specify your 501(c)3 information. Requests should be mailed to the corporate offices, the address of which can be found on the Contacts page.

Our donations consist of ride tickets and free games of miniature golf.

Please understand that due to the many requests received, we will not respond to emails or telephone requests.

What are your policies regarding the ADA & Special Needs?2022-03-25T10:32:31-04:00

From the first day Memphis Kiddie Park opened, it has been especially attentive to children with special needs. And, as the laws have changed and communities have become more aware, our policies have changed to include all persons with disabilities.

Many children who visit Memphis Kiddie Park have disabilities which are not readily apparent, and it is totally inappropriate for our ride operators to inquire if a child is having an issue due to special needs. Therefore, we rely on parents to inform the ride operator of any special need and, if necessary, how to respond (e.g. speak quietly, don’t touch, provide special assistance in getting on and off the ride, etc.).

All our rides pre-date any concept of an ADA and are therefore grandfathered. Still, most people will find them manageable, perhaps with a little assistance required.

Food allergies are also something that have become a greater concern and hence we have adopted a food and beverage policy that has been accepted by the State of Ohio and is consistent with most amusement parks. A copy of the Food and Beverage Policy can be read here.

Does Memphis Kiddie Park loan wheelchairs or strollers?2022-02-07T11:00:36-05:00

We do not have wheelchairs or strollers to loan. Where it’s possible, we have made accommodations for people using a wheelchair, but they must provide their own.

Does Memphis Kiddie Park sell season passes?2022-02-07T11:01:04-05:00

As of now, we do not. It’s also inconsistent with our old-fashioned ticket policy of one ticket per ride per rider where the unused tickets never expire. Tickets may be bought in quantity at significant discount and used over a long period of time.

Why do some kids have wristbands?2022-02-07T11:01:29-05:00

Children participating as guests of a birthday party or part of a special group receive wristbands to identify that group with whom they belong. They are not “passes” and serve as “tickets” for these party and group attendees. The wristbands are good for the period reserved after which time they no longer work.

For more questions, please Contact Us.

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