To participate in the water sports activities available at Ski Rixen of Quiet Waters, participants and their parents/guardians should refer to our current waiver release forms. Previous participation and/or completed release forms does not guarantee that you have current documents on file. Those participants under 18 who are not accompanied by an parent/guardian may print any of the following waivers and have a parent/guardian sign and notarize in advance. As of June 1st, 2013, Rixen has a new release form & registration system. Read below for new and updated policies.
Ages 18 and Over:
- For your convenience, release forms are available at the park or save time & download the form below
- Unless you have a Fast Pass, release forms must be completed every time you participate
- If a parent/guardian is with you, the release form can be signed in front of a Ski Rixen staff member
- If a parent/guardian is NOT with you, the form MUST be notarized
- Unless you have a Fast Pass, release forms must be completed EVERY TIME you participate
Waivers & Notary
The Rixen waiver is a legal document. In the state of Florida, you must be 18 or older to sign the waiver. If the participant is under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must be present to sign the waiver. If the parent/guardian cannot be present, we do accept notarized waivers for a single day use.
Fast Pass: Save time & money!
- Receive a key tag for quick and easy sign in.
- Your signed/notarized waiver stays on file, no need to complete it every time you visit. Under 18? This means mom & dad don’t have to be with you every time!
- Valid for one year, must resign waiver after.
- Member only specials on riding passes, pro shop gear, events, and more.
- FREE OF CHARGE!
What’s a temporary guardian? If you are not the parent or legal guardian, you’re a temporary guardian. This includes your neice, nephue, friend’s child, etc…that you are caring for during a short period of time….like summer vacation. It’s recommended that you have the parent complete and notarize the waiver. Otherwise, it’s recommended that you have a temporary guardian form. This form is generally accepted to allow you to sign on behalf of the child’s parent. Below is an example of a free downloadable form from the web.