Hey, kids! Surf’s up at Commotion Ocean, a super-fun 212,520 gallon wave pool just for you! While not as big as Boogie Beach, this splish-splash attraction is absolutely just as fun. The 13,766-square-foot pool at Wildwater Adventure offers everyone in the family the opportunity to catch a wave. With massive generators cranking out semi-monstrous waves, kiddos will feel like world-class surfers riding the giant waves of the ocean. Are tiny ripples more your speed or do you have teeny-tiny surfers? The ultra-accessible, zero-drop base of the pool will be the ideal spot for you. Come on in, because the water’s fine at Commotion Ocean!
Height Requirement: 42" and under must be accompanied by a supervising companion
Rider Safety Information
- Min Height Accompanied
- Min Height Alone
- A large wave pool with depths ranging from 0 to 5 ft. Waves are generated for 5 minutes on, and then 5 minutes off. During wave action, strenuous activity is required. Prolonged exposure to wave action may result in fatigue. Exercise caution in deep water.
- Guests less than 52” tall in bare feet, participants with a history of seizures (or similar medical conditions) or heart conditions, or those who are inexperienced or non-swimmers are required to wear a life jacket. Children less than 42" tall in bare feet must wear a life jacket and be accompanied by a supervising companion. A supervising companion may accompany up to 2 guests.
- If necessary, participation and/or water depth may be restricted for Hand-held infants or guests with a full arm or leg cast. Cervical collars, neck braces, or braced arm casts may not participate in this attraction.
- Guests must be able to maintain independent seated postural control and must have appropriate observed behavior or be accompanied by a supervising companion.
- Access is available via the zero-depth entry. This attraction is wheelchair accessible, although the water level may not exceed the height of the seat on the chair. A water wheelchair is available for guests requiring additional assistance. Please speak to a member of our Aquatics Supervisor Team to obtain access to the water wheelchair.
Strenuous activity is required during wave action cycles which may require the ability to swim and which may result in fatigue. Exercise caution.
Participants with a history of seizures—or heart or other serious medical conditions--should be supervised by someone who knows how to swim and how to provide emergency assistance.
- Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional Accessibility information.