After remaining closed all of 2020 and pushing back reopening because of provincial restrictions, Canada’s Wonderland is now looking to reopen on July 7, with increased safety protocols in place along with other public health measures.
Current 2020-2021 season passes were extended through to Labour Day 2022 when reopening was postponed in May and season pass holders can visit the park on July 5 and 6 for a limited capacity preview. Splash Works opens on July 12.
All visitors will have to make reservations online as part of the new safety measures so that the park can manage capacity. Other measures include health screenings and temperature checks, masks in all areas except while dining and physical distancing.
The park, which was last open in December 2019, is also implementing enhanced cleaning procedures and will have more hand sanitation stations throughout the park.
“Safety has and will always be Canada’s Wonderland’s number one priority, and that includes the health of our guests and associates. With our new protocols in place, we are eager to offer some long-overdue fun to our guests,” said Norm Pirtovshek, General Manager of Canada’s Wonderland, in a release
Reservations open on June 17 and can be booked on the park’s website.
Canada’s Wonderland has served as a COVID-19 vaccine testing site and an immunization centre during the pandemic.