|Location||Rochester, New York, USA|
|General manager||Rob Norris|
|Slogan||“More Smiles per hour!”|
Seabreeze Amusement Park is a family owned amusement park located in Irondequoit, a suburb of the City of Rochester, in the Finger Lakes region of Western New York. It opened as a trolley park in 1879, making it the fourth-oldest operating amusement park in the United States. The park features four roller coasters including North America's oldest continually operating roller coaster (and the world's fourth oldest roller coaster), The Jack Rabbit.
On August 6, 2021 Seabreeze was awarded the prestigious New York State Senate Empire Award in recognition of their continued upkeep and preservation of the historic Jack Rabbit roller coaster in addition to the park's continued presence over the previous 143 years.
The award was presented by New York State Senator Samra Brouk and State Assemblymember Sarah Clark and received by park president Rob Norris.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the award was unable to be presented for the Jack Rabbit's 100th anniversary in 2020, and was instead presented in 2021 during the Jack Rabbit's 101st year in operation.
|Jack Rabbit||Harry C. Baker||Wooden||1920||Operating|
|Bobsleds||George W. Long||Hybrid||1962||Operating|
|Bear Trax||E&F Miler Industries||Family||1997||Operating|
|Bunny Rabbit||Allan Herschell Company||Kiddie||1985||1996||Relocated to Island in Pigeon Forge|
|Figure 8||Ingersoll Construction Company||Wooden||1903||1915||Scrapped|
|Greyhound||T.M. Harton||Wooden||1916||1933||Destroyed by Fire. Renamed or converted to Greyhound in 1927; facts uncertain.|
|Jr. Coaster||George W. Long Jr.||Wooden||1954||1961||Converted to "Bobsleds"|
|The Dips||T. M. Harton||Wooden||1916||1933||Converted or Renamed as Greyhound in 1927; facts uncertain.|
|Quantum Loop||Soquet||Sit-down||July 1994||2003||Relocated to Salitre Magico|
|"Stahley's Roller Coaster"||Unknown||Wooden||1886||1900||Destroyed by Winter Storm|
|Kiddie Coaster||George W. Long||Wooden||1949||Unknown||Scrapped|
|Virginia Reel||Henry Riehl||Virginia Reel||1921||1930||Destroyed by Fire|
|Wildcat||Philadelphia Toboggan Company||Wooden||1926||1935||Removed winter 1935. Some sources state Destroyed by Fire, no evidence of fire in 1935-1936. Likely removed due to Depression.|
|Great Balloon Race||Zamperla||Balloon Tower||2014|
|Log Flume||Hopkins / George W. Long||Log Flume||1984|
|Music Express||Bertazzon||Superbob/Musik Express||2008|
|Screamin' Eagle||Zamperla||Hawk 24||1998|
|Sea Dragon||Chance Rides||Pirate Ship||1991|
|Seabreeze Flyers||Bisch Rocco||Flying Scooters||1979|
|Spring!||Moser Rides||Junior Drop Tower||2003|
|Time Machine||Technical Park||Miami||2017|
|Twirlin Tea Cups||Zamperla||Junior Teacups||2011|
- "Jack Rabbit: 100 Years of Fun". Seabreeze Amusement Park. https://seabreeze.com/lp/jack-rabbit-100-years-of-fun/.
- "Enchanted Forest Water Safari, Seabreeze Amusement Park to stay closed until 2021". Syracuse.com. https://www.syracuse.com/coronavirus/2020/07/enchanted-forest-water-safari-seabreeze-amusement-park-to-stay-closed-until-2021.html.
- "Seabreeze Recieves New York State Senate Empire Award". WROC TV. 08/06/2021. https://www.rochesterfirst.com/good-news/seabreeze-receives-new-york-state-senate-empire-award/amp/. Retrieved 08/30/2021.
- "Seabreeze Recieves NYS Senate Empire Award". New York State Senate. 8/6/2021. https://www.nysenate.gov/newsroom/in-the-news/samra-g-brouk/seabreeze-receives-nys-senate-empire-award. Retrieved 8/30/2021.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.