Last updated on January 23rd, 2021 at 11:37 pm
It’s when you’re a little kid that Canada’s Wonderland most truly lives up to its name. With a park full of surprises they’ll experience for the very first time, you’ll have them wanting a second visit in no time.
Dear Canada’s Wonderland — Hey there, it’s been a while!
Let me paint a picture for you—before this summer, it’d been a good decade since I’d been to Wonderland. I went plenty of times as a kid, but one grows up and starts seeking out different thrills in their life. I wanted to travel. Eat fine foods. Do things that mere mortals could only dream of. There was too big a world to stay satisfied with what was in my own backyard.
But that’s how life is. It goes in cycles—the things that once thrilled us as kids lose lustre as we grow older, and then it takes so much more to light our spark.
And then it all changes when you have kids.
Canada’s Wonderland WonderBloggers — Discovering Everything the Park Has to Offer!
When Canada’s Wonderland hit me up to join their new WonderBlogger program for the 2018 season, I was a bit hesitant at first. At 4½ and 2½, my boys aren’t exactly in their Wonderland prime. Kidzville, Planet Snoopy and Splashworks only make up a quarter of the park, and it’ll take a few years before they’re old and tall enough to explore the rest on their own!
But boy was I wrong! Between the rides in Planet Snoopy, walking through Dinosaurs Alive, and a couple of meals thanks to the All-Season Dining Passes added to our 2018 Season Passes, six hours went by in a flash. Before we knew it, we found ourselves carrying two tuckered out tykes home at the day’s end!
No, there’s plenty to do at Wonderland, and it only gets better with a Season Pass! Season Passes let you bring our friends at a discount. They give you early ride times on Sundays. Automated parking access, special events, and a bunch of other benefits available to cardholders.
Which is great, ‘cuz if you go right now, you’ll be in the midst of Canada Wonderland’s Celebration Canada event! It gives you a taste of what this country offers from coast to coast—West Coast Lumberjacks. Cirque Canadien. Live music, street performers, and even a Canadian-themed menu prepared by their Executive Chef and his culinary team! Why celebrate our country one day a year, when you can do it for an entire month? I hope to see you there when I take my family next week!
Make Great Plans at Canada’s Wonderland — Because They’re Plans Your Kids Will Remember!
It’s easy for parents to feel lost in the summer, trying to figure out what to do without school in the routine for two whole months! We try everything from summer camps to cottages, family vacations and more, but sometimes the answer’s closer than we think.
With 300 acres of fun, almost forty years’ thrilling its guests and the third most roller coasters of any amusement park in the world, there’s a whole lot you can plan at Canada’s Wonderland!
We’ll see you there!
Disclaimer: I wrote this blog as a Canada’s Wonderland WonderBlogger, one of a few influencers selected to share the latest news at Canada’s Wonderland in exchange for exclusive access to the park! I hope your kids enjoy it as much as mine did!