Seabreeze Park is very historic and was established in 1879. It offers both amusement park rides as well as a waterpark. The park has always been family owned and is currently owned by its 6th generation! There are signs and photos posted around the park to explain what used to be on a particular site. The original family got started in the business by hand carving carousel horses; there are artifacts from the past located in the carousel building.
The park is located on a bluff with views of both Lake Ontario and the Irondequoit Bay. You can rent an electric scooter to tour the park if you prefer not to walk. The atmosphere is hard to beat when at night all the lights are turned on in the park. There are also arcade games and games of chance. The park has two gift shops and is famous for funnel cakes! There is a free acrobatic show called Cirque En Vol, and finally, there’s the Jack Rabbit Roller Coaster which opened in 1920, making it one of the oldest wooden roller coasters in the country.
The Joint Meeting reception is included in all full conference, first exhibitor representative, and accompanying persons’ registration fees. All others must purchase a reception ticket.
The park tickets give everyone in the group access to the rides, waterpark attractions, shows as well as the food and beverage areas, called groves.
Additional guest reception tickets: TBD
Child reception ticket (12 and under): TBD
The reception menu will include:
The food is all you can eat, and the beer and soda service will be unlimited and will be provided from 5:30 – 8:30 PM. Gluten-free bread will be available.
Note: Only beer will be served, no other alcohol or wine will be available.
Shuttle buses will be provided. Other details are forthcoming.
*Participants will need to visibly display their JMIH name tags when boarding the bus in order to participate in the JMIH opening event.