Lots of families have their yearly rituals, be it their annual family trip or their holiday traditions. For my family, it’s getting a season pass to Canada’s Wonderland every summer. It might have something to do with the fact that I spent many summer days there during my childhood but my kids love it just as much as I do. It helps me fill the “what are we going to do today?” void on days when the kids aren’t in summer camp. The kids have fun and are appropriately exhausted by the time we get home. It’s a win-win for everyone really.
If you’re contemplating whether or not you should get a Canada’s Wonderland Season Pass, here are my top 5 reasons why you should!
1. Two new rides! While we all have our favourite Wonderland rides (right?), it’s always exciting to try out the new rides. The Lumberjack is a thrill ride for older guests. Visitors sit in one of the swinging axe pendulums where they’re propelled into the sky through 360 degree loops. Riders will experience a similar feeling to being on an inverted coaster loop. The other new ride, Flying Canoes, is an interactive family ride that will allow riders to control their journey of flight in two-person canoes. While we haven’t had a chance to try out these rides yet, I have a feeling that the Flying Canoes will be a big hit with my kids while the Lumberjack rides has my name written all over it! Not to mention, Season Passholders get special early access (from 9:00am – 10:00am) on Sundays every week beginning April 29 – September 2, to some of the most popular attractions including Leviathan, Behemoth, and the two new rides, Lumberjack and Flying Canoes!
To see the full list of Maya's top 5 reasons to get a Season Pass, click here.