Swings-N-Things is extremely proud to have one of the best, if not the best safety record within the Family Fun Park Industry. Early this year, Swings-N-Things was the 1st Family Fun Park ever to be awarded the PLATINUM LEVEL (Highest attainable) of Operations as part of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) sponsored Insurance Program for the Family Entertainment Industry.
This type of recognition does not come easily. Swings-N-Things Ownership and Management Team have always made SAFETY THEIR TOP PRIORITY! The training of our dedicated Team Members, the design of all of our attractions and the condition of our equipment are all integral parts of the equation that leads to acknowledgements such as this.
Prior to opening each day, each Go-Kart, Bumper Boat, Pitching Machine, Miniature Golf Hole, Play Area, Common areas, etc. are inspected and tested by Swings-N-Things Maintenance Team and Operations’ Leaders. Being a Family Owned and Operated Business on the same corner for the past 30 years, nothing is taken more seriously than the safety of our guests and Team Members.
To assure that you and your family have a safe and enjoyable visit to Swings-N-Things, we strongly suggest that you follow these procedures while at the Park:
- Read ALL RULES SIGNAGE at each attraction. If you have a question on any rule or procedure, ask a Swings-N-Things Team Member for clarification before you enter. If you are aware of anyone in your group who may not be able to read or unable to read English, please be sure that someone in your party reviews the rules with them OR approach a Swings-N-Things Team Member at that attraction and they will be happy to review each and every rule with that person.
- If someone in your group cannot speak English or is deaf, please alert a Swings-N-Things Team Member at that attraction. In this situation, we would ask that someone who might be accompanying this person, to assist us in relaying the Recorded Rules Message that is played prior to ALL Rides at the Go-Karts and Bumper Boats. This would also give this person the opportunity to ask any questions they may have. Unfortunately, we can only help in these situations when we are made aware of them.
- If you have never been to Swings-N-Things before, or if you have never experienced a particular attraction before, you may want to observe a ride or two in the case of Go-Karts or Bumper Boats to allow yourself to become familiar with that attraction. Watching a round of batting at the Batting Range would also be helpful to you. These are not posted or required rules, only suggestions meant to enhance your experience while at the Park!
- Do NOT hesitate to ask questions or ask for help, we are here to make your day at Swings-N-Things a memorable experience.
Accidents and injuries, although extremely rare and uncommon, are still possible. Our FIRST PRIORITY IS ALWAYS YOUR SAFETY AND WELL-BEING. In the rare instance that you may be injured in the Park, we will do everything in our power to be sure you are given appropriate First Aid and if needed we will call for additional Medical Assistance.
It is our policy to compile a written report on any and all accidents and/or injuries that take place on our premises. These reports are solely for our internal records and are not shared with anyone else. In the unlikely event you are injured or become ill at the park, please report this to one of our operational hubs (Personal Service Window located next to the Miniature Golf Course or at the Prize Counter inside the Gameroom) prior to leaving the Park.
If you are injured as a result of an incident with another guest (i.e. collision with another Go-Kart), please try to provide as much information on who was the other driver, their Kart Number, etc. to a Swings-N-Things Team Member working at that attraction as soon as possible. Ohio has a law called “The Rider Responsibility Act” that makes another guest responsible if their actions while on a ride cause another guest to be injured.