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Canadas Wonderland Made A New Announcement On How To Book A Visit

Are you currently planning your next trip to Canada's Wonderland? If that's the case, the beloved amusement park just put out a huge announcement of what to expect when booking your next visit.

"You will no longer need to select an entry time when booking a visit to the park," Wonderland said in their July 28 park update posted to Twitter and Facebook.

In the same (virtual) breath, the park announced they will soon be increasing their current capacities over the next few weeks and have added more reservation spots for both the amusement park and Splash Works.

Based on the current provincial guidelines for amusement and water parks, Wonderland and Splash Works are able to operate at half their normal capacity indoors and at 75 % capacity outdoors along with other restrictions.

Up until today, Wonderland required all guests to pre-book their visit with the exact date and time so that the park could limit the number of visitors at any given time.

Single-day ticket holders who bought tickets for a Canada's Wonderland Only reservation before June 17, or purchased a ticket through an authorized reseller, can select an available visit date to the park. Those who haven't yet bought their tickets can snag a daily ticket through Wonderland's reservation page.

Season Pass holders will also be required to make a reservation prior to arriving at the park.

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