Skip to Main Content

Family Things And Events To Do This Summer

Skip to Next Section

Fun Family Things To Do This Summer

Soulla Lindo

Manager, Digital Marketing

Now that the weather is warming up, it’s time to start making your summer plans. And did you know one little card can get you non-stop family fun all.summer.long?! That’s right, your Canada’s Wonderland Season Pass gives you more than 130 days of thrills, rides, great food, live shows, entertainment and events!

 

Need more convincing? Here’s a list of just some of the fun things to do this summer that every member of the family will enjoy.

 

Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday

In addition to live entertainment and special events taking place throughout the season, we’ll be throwing a month-long celebration to commemorate Canada’s 150th birthday! We’ll have a variety of exciting live shows and entertainment throughout the entire month of July including a West Coast Lumberjack Show, Freestyle Ski Aerials into Arthur’s Baye, a Flying Frontenacs Stunt & Dive Show, a Cirque-de-Soleil style Cirque Canadien, live music, fireworks and so much more! And it’s all FREE with Park admission.

 

Attend KidZville’s KidZfest

Little ones will love this festival hitting the streets of KidZville Monday, July 31 to Sunday, August 6. There will be street performers, live shows, MARVEL© characters, activities and interactive play areas taking place all week long. We promise this will bring the kid out in everyone, even parents!

 

Meet the PEANUTS™ Gang

We love making new friends in the Park and have some pals we want you to meet. Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the PEANUTS™ Gang are often walking around, wanting to hang out and take pictures! They also have some smooth moves. Join in on the fun with PEANUTS™ Party in the Plaza, beginning June 24, where you can sing and dance with the gang!

Treat Yourself

One of the best things about spending a day out at the Park is indulging in delicious food and treats! Of course, the star of the park is usually our signature funnel cakes, but we also have so many other great menu items that are sure to please even the most discerning food critics.

 

Take the Plunge at Splash Works

Splash Works is a part of your daily park admission, and is a great way to cool off this summer. Want to hear an even better reason why you need to visit our waterpark? Muskoka Plunge. This 60 foot tall ride is new for 2017 and features four speed slides. Riders will feel the adrenaline rush once they are plummeted from their enclosed launch chamber. You will reach speeds of up to 40 lm/h while free-falling through S-curves and 360 degree loops!  

 

We Know How to Host a Long Weekend

We don’t mean to brag, but we know how to host a long weekend celebration. After a full day of fun and thrills at the park, take in one of our spectacular long weekend fireworks displays! We have over 6,000 fireworks being lit across the sky, in unique designs, accompanied by an original soundtrack. We hope to celebrate with you during Victoria Day Long Weekend, Canada Day and Labour Day Long Weekend!

 

Can you imagine spending your summer days and nights anywhere else? At Canada’s Wonderland, there is never a shortage of excitement for the whole family. To enjoy it all, all summer long, pick up a Season Pass today!

Share This

Soulla Lindo

Manager, Digital Marketing

Post a Comment

Skip to Next Section

Building Yukon Striker is like Building a Ship in a Bottle

Building a coaster is serious business for the construction crews, but it’s a fun challenge at the same time. Everything has to fit, including matching up sensitive schedules to keep the project moving.
Read More

DIY Scary Makeup Tricks From A Halloween Haunt Pro

With Halloween just around the corner, we asked Rachel Authors, a 12-year Halloween Haunt Special Effects Makeup Artist, for some DIY tips and tricks for recreating some of the creepy monster looks you see at the park.
Read More

When is the best time to buy a Canada’s Wonderland Season Pass?

As a Canada’s Wonderland employee, the question I get asked the most by friends and family is “when is the best time to buy a Season Pass?” The answer is simple.
Read More

The Making of a Monster: Halloween Haunt Edition

Take a behind-the-scenes look of the amazing creativity that goes into making all of the prosthetics that bring our monsters to life during Halloween Haunt.
Read More

Building Yukon Striker: Constructing a World-Record Breaking Dive Roller Coaster

It was only two months ago that Canada’s Wonderland announced it was building a world-record breaking dive roller coaster, and as of mid-October, Yukon Striker’s imposing lift hill and 90-degree, 245-foot drop into an underwater tunnel will be complete.
Read More

Top 5 Things to Do at Camp Spooky this Fall with the Family

Kids and parents alike can join Snoopy and the Peanuts gang every Saturday and Sunday until Oct. 28. to experience scare-free attractions, live shows, costume parties, foam pits, mazes and so much more!
Read More

The chills & thrills that go into the making of Halloween Haunt

With the debut of new maze The Crypt and scare zone Wicked Hollow, take a look behind-the-scenes at the amazing creativity that goes into making this month-long celebration a huge success each year.
Read More

Go for the GOLD in 2019: Wonderland introduces a new kind of Season Pass

In addition to getting unlimited visits to Canada’s Wonderland and Splash Works like you would with a regular Season Pass, the 2019 Gold Pass will also get you unlimited visits to Halloween Haunt AND the new WinterFest.
Read More

Canada’s Wonderland unveils The Crypt, Wicked Hollow and Vampire Disco at Halloween Haunt

Halloween will soon be upon us, and the monsters at Canada’s Wonderland are dying to be let loose on our unsuspecting guests. Halloween Haunt returns for 14 terrifying nights beginning Sept. 29.
Read More

Our Mobile App Will Make Your Visit More AMAZING

Downloading our Mobile App will put you in control of your day, allowing you to take advantage of all the things you want to see and do during your visit. It’s like having a personal assistant right at your fingertips to help you navigate the park.
Read More