Can I bring a minor (under age 18) who is not my child?
Yes - this rule has been changed as of 2017.
Anyone under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by a parent, a legal guardian, or a notarized guardian.
A notarized guardian must be over the age of 21, and at the time of check in must present an original, notarized (original seals, no photocopies or scans will be accepted) SCA "Minor Waiver and Consent to Travel/Medical Authorization Form" (often referred to as the "Florida Form"). One form must be fully completed by the minor's parent/legal guardian and duly notarized on both the top and the bottom portions, for EACH minor child. NO other minor waiver forms will be accepted.
A parent, legal guardian, or notarized guardian must remain on-site with any minor child for as long as the minor child remains on site.
The exception to this rule is emancipated minors, who must present proof of their status at the time they check in. Adult gate fees will be applied.