Seabreeze Amusement Park offers over 70 attractions to the Rochester community, including adult and kiddie rides, four roller coasters, live shows, a waterpark and more.
A family-owned and operated Rochester tradition since 1879, Seabreeze brings families together to have fun with appeal to all ages. Located on the bluffs overlooking Lake Ontario and Irondequoit Bay at 4600 Culver Road, the park is visually pleasing. Better yet, the breezes off the water make it an average of 10 degrees cooler than the city.
Most of the park’s design and layout work is done in-house, while many of the attractions are acquired from manufacturers around the country.
A perfect location for breezy summer fun, the Seabreeze neighborhood includes Hot Dog Row, beach-front bar Marge’s Lakeside Inn, Shamrock Jack’s, Sea Breeze Inn and the Irondequoit Bay Marine Park, to name a few.
Home of a classic wooden roller coaster and the Jack Rabbit (which celebrates its centennial this year), Seabreeze contains myriad historical attractions. The amusement park began as the last stop on the steel railroad and served as a spot for lakefront picnics, though mechanical rides arrived shortly after its opening. In 1980, Seabreeze expanded its waterpark, with a modernized Log Flume and other water-based activities.
Due to the pandemic, Seabreeze owners decided not to open for the 2020 season in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Seabreeze’s typical season runs from mid-May to mid-September.