If you're looking to head out to Ontario's popular theme park when it finally opens its doors, things will look a little different. Canada's Wonderland's reopening rules will include closing off some attractions where physical distancing isn't available. The exact date for when the park will open hasn't been announced.
On their website, Canada's Wonderland has outlined just how different things will be once they are up and running again.
While the opening date is still "to be determined" you can already expect to schedule your visit before arriving.
Everyone must reserve their spot ahead of time before heading out to the park and face coverings will be required in all areas.
When you arrive, you will have to go through a temperature screening and follow social distancing protocols.
While on the grounds, the park is asking all visitors to wash their hands every 20 minutes, and rides will be sanitized frequently.
However, you might not be able to hop on all your favourite rides.
According to Canada's Wonderland, some attractions will be closed because they are unable to run with physical distancing measures in place.
Other rides will have a limited capacity, with certain seats and rows blocked off from riders.
However, a list of rides that will be closed has yet to be released.
"We’re all in this together and by working together you can safely and confidently enjoy the thrills, giggles, and endless smiles that only Canada's Wonderland can deliver," wrote a statement from the park.
When stage 3 was announced, amusement parks were one of the few things that were not allowed to reopen their doors.
It is still unknown when the government will allow the park to welcome back guests.
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