Growing up just outside the GTA has meant many trips to Canada’s Wonderland over the years. As someone who is not your typical thrill seeker, I always had a routine to work myself up to go on the big rollercoasters. I’d start with Bayern’s Curve which was a small rollercoaster-like ride that went around in a small circle, and then I’d move on up to Thunder run. Once I tackled those and felt confident that I could handle the fun – everything was game.
I haven’t been to Canada’s Wonderland since becoming a mother, so it was definitely time to bring my girls to visit Canada’s Wonderland for the first time. Since they are 3 and 5 years old we stuck to Splash Works, Kidzville and Planet Snoopy which offer plenty of options for younger children and families to enjoy together.
I actually had no idea there was so much for young children to do at Canada’s Wonderland, which was a pleasant surprise. We immediately headed to Splash Works to cool down and check out the water rides.
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