There is so much to see and do at Canada's Wonderland! Along with our Rides, Dining, and Entertainment Databases, take a look at the list of Trip Planner topics below to get your game plan on track! Don't forget to check the Official Wonderland Website for the absolute latest information.
Alcoholic Beverage Policy
Souvenir Bottles and Drink Plan
The park's physical address (the one to put in the GPS!) is:
1 Canadas Wonderland Drive,
The park's mailing address is:
9580 Jane Street,
Admission to Canada's Wonderland includes all shows and rides, except for those that require an additional fee, such as Slingshot.
Purchase your Canada's Wonderland tickets and season passes online at canadaswonderland.com, at the front gate, or through authorized retailers advertised by the park. We recommended against purchases through any other party as Canada's Wonderland tickets are commonly a target for fraud.
Halloween Haunt requires a separate admission ticket, and is not included with regular admission or season passes.
There are several food locations that serve alcohol inside of Canada's Wonderland. Alcohol must be consumed within certain marked patios and buildings. Any guest under 30 will be asked for valid government photo ID. Any guest who shows signs of intoxication can be denied the sale of drinks and may be removed from the park.
Shoes and shirts must be worn at all times. Swimming attire must be covered. Inappropriate wear such as clothing that depicts obscene language/gestures and clothing that conceals identity is prohibited.
Camp Spooky is a daytime event for kids in October. Halloween-themed activities are setup throughout Kidzville and Planet Snoopy, including trick-or-treating and pumpkin decorating.
Camp Spooky is free with park admission and runs during regular park hours.
Canada's Wonderland offers a wide variety of food. Visit the Canada's Wonderland Source Dining page for a full list of dining locations around the park.
Guests with special dietary needs may still have something for them as the park does its best to offer food that accommodate certain requirements, such as items free from milk, eggs, gluten, or meat. Visit the Special Dietary Needs page on the park's website for an up-to-date listing of available special meal items. Guests with severe food allergies are encouraged to contact guest services before their visit for information and options.
See the Meal Plan section on this page for details on all-day and all-season dining plans.
Fast Lane is a skip-the-line program at Canada's Wonderland. Guests who purchase a Fast Lane wristband line up in a special Fast Lane queue at select rides. Because there are a limited number of Fast Lane wristbands sold per day, the Fast Lane queue is always shorter than the regular queue.
Fast Lane queues are marked by one-way doors with large Fast Lane signage. The Fast Lane queue is merged with the regular queue by a ride attendant at the entrance into the station or loading area. The ratio at which the two queues are merged at differ depending on the ride.
There are two types of Fast Lane: Regular and Plus. The only difference between the two is that Fast Lane Plus includes Behemoth, Leviathan, and typically the latest addition to the park, while regular Fast Lane does not.
The Park's First Aid location is next to the washrooms in Medieval Faire, near Spinovator. This station is staffed by certified EMTs.
If you require medical assistance, notify a park employee who can have First Aid dispatched to your location.
FunPix is an upcharge digital service that allows guests to collect and share pictures taken of them at the park, whether that be in front of Wonder Mountain by a photographer or by on-ride photo cameras.
Halloween Haunt is a Halloween event that runs on select weekend dates in the fall. The park is transformed into one of Canada's largest Halloween attractions, with scare zones, mazes, live entertainment, and themed food.
Halloween Haunt runs after regular daytime hours (typically 7pm to midnight) and requires a separate admission ticket.
To ensure a safe ride, guests must meet a specific height requirements.
Height check signs can be found at the entrance of every ride. These signs outline the height requirements for that ride and has physical lines that a guest can use to check their eligibility to ride.
Height Check Stations can be found on both sides of International Street. At these staffed stations, guests can be measured and given a color-coded wristband that identifies their height. If the Height Check Stations are closed, wristbands can be obtained at rides where the rider meets the height requirement.
Try out the Canada's Wonderland Source Height Check Tool!
For safety reasons, rides may close for inclement weather such as rain, high winds, and lightning. Rides will reopen when it is absolutely safe to do so.
The park monitors weather patterns in the area and may decide to close attractions even before the inclement weather has reached the park.
Rainchecks or refunds are not issued by the park.
Line Jumping is prohibited at any attraction at Canada's Wonderland. Simply put, line jumping is when a guest moves ahead of guests already in line. This includes attempting to join your party already in line, or leaving the line for any reason and attempting to join the line at the point at which you left.
Lockers are available to rent for the day at the Front Gate (turn left as you enter the park) and in Splashworks (turn right as you enter Splashworks).
Lockers are also available near Wonder Mountain's Guardian as that ride does not permit loose articles on the platform or on the ride. These lockers are rented out on an hourly basis.
Canada's Wonderland offers meal programs that can give more value to your visit (or visits!).
A Single Meal Deal voucher is offered online that guests can redeem for an entree, side, and fountain drink.
All Day Dining gives guests the pleasure of enjoying a meal every 90-minutes during their visit. All Day Dining does not include a drink.
All Season Dining are for those who visit the park frequently. With All Season Dining, guests can get lunch and diner (4 hours between the meals) every time they visit the park. All Season Dining does not include a drink.
Note that these meal programs limit you to certain menu items. These items are marked on menu boards at the park.
Cameras (including GoPros) and cellphones are not permitted on any ride at Canada's Wonderland, except for Swan Lake, Kidzville Station and Jokey’s Jalopies. Selfie Sticks are not permitted on any ride.
Outside food may not be brought into the park, except for plastic-bottled water and baby food/formula.
There is a covered pavilion with picnic tables to the right/north side of the Front Gate where outside food may be consumed.
The parking lot can be accessed from Canada's Wonderland Drive at two locations: Opposite the 400-highway northbound offramp at Rutherford Road and opposite Springside Road on Jane Street.
Parking for cars and vans costs $20. Parking for RVs and campers costs $25.
Disabled parking and upcharge Preferred Parking is available close to the front gate.
A one-way pick-up and drop-off loop is available. The entrance is just north of Norwood Avenue before Avro Road.
Pets are not allowed inside the park. Only guide dogs and service animals are permitted.
A self-service air-conditioned kennel is available for cats and dogs for $6 for the day. Water, food, and exercise must be provided by the guest. The largest cage available is 71cm x 116cm x 68cm.
DO NOT LEAVE PETS INSIDE YOUR VEHICLE.
A valid legible stamp must be presented to re-enter the park if you chose to leave and come back during the day. You can get a fresh stamp from admissions staff as you exit the park.
Re-entry is not permitted during Halloween Haunt.
Guests and employees must be screened through metal detectors prior to entering the park. You will be asked to display all of the personal items on you and to open any bags or purses you may have with you.
Metal cans and glass containers are not permitted inside the park. Outside food may not be brought into the park, except for plastic-bottled water.
If illegal substances or weapons are found during the screening process, law enforcement may be contacted for further action.
Canada's Wonderland offers souvenir bottles and a season drinks plan to keep you hydrated all summer long.
There are two types of souvenir bottles. One offers free refills all season long, while the other offers free refills on the day it is purchased and then an additional charge per refill for the rest of the season.
The season drinks plan can be added to your season pass, which can be scanned to receive a disposable cup.
There are several public transit lines that can get you to Canada's Wonderland. Canada's Wonderland has its own bus terminal area which is located on the north end of the parking lot underneath the first turn of Leviathan.
GO Transit runs Route 60 directly into the CW bus terminal. This route services stops at York Mills, Yorkdale, and Canada's Wonderland GO Terminals.
York Region Transit (YRT) runs route 20 (Jane) and 760 (Vaughan Mills/Wonderland Express) directly into the CW bus terminal. Route 4/4A (Major Mackenzie) can be picked up on Major Mackenzie Drive or Jane Street, which are main roads that border the park.
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) runs route 165A (Weston Rd North) directly into the CW bus terminal.