Canada's Wonderland reopening for thrill-seekers on July 7
A summertime staple for fun and thrills has announced it will be reopening on July 7.
Canada’s Wonderland, one of the GTA’s most prominent attractions, has announced it will be reopening on July 5-6 for season ticket holders and July 7 for everyone else. Splash Works will reopen on July 12. Capacity will be limited to less than 25% of normal.
But like most things in the pandemic world, things will be a little bit different. Reservations must be made online and will be for a specific time, there will be no ticket sales at the park. This includes Splash Works; facemasks will be mandatory for those over the age of 2 in most areas of the park; wait lines for rides will be marked for social distancing and rides where social distancing cannot be maintained will be closed.
Reservations for both single-day passes and season ticket holders will be open at 9 a.m. on Thursday, June 17.
Canada’s Wonderland marks 40 years in 2021 and will debut Mountain Bay Cliffs in Splash Works. Guests can experience the exhilaration of cliff jumping from a variety of heights into water below, with the ultimate challenge of conquering the highest peak at seven-and-a-half metres. Beagle Brigade Airfield is a new airplane ride in Planet Snoopy where young pilots can take an exciting flight.
Canada’s Wonderland offers 17 roller coasters, including Yukon Striker, the world’s longest, tallest and fastest dive coaster.
To learn more about the new rules for this year, visit here.
You will be able to book your visit on June 17 at the park’s website.
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