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Access Passes and More

Tony Clark

Director of Communications

Now that we’re open for the season, we’d like to thank you for your patience as we all adjust to new in-park protocols.

Our priority over everything else is the health and safety of our guests and associates. That means following the new procedures in place to maintain a safe and healthy environment for everyone.

One of those protocols is social distancing, which directly affects our entire operation. It impacts everything from the number of guests who can enter each day to the number of rides we’re able to give - and how you wait in line.

The Access Pass

In order to maintain social distancing in the queues of our most popular rides, guests who wish to ride Millennium Force, Maverick, Steel Vengeance and Top Thrill Dragster must obtain a free, timed Access Pass.

Access Passes are distributed twice per day near these rides’ entrances – once around 12:00 p.m. and again at 4:30 p.m. Access Passes are available while supplies last. Hold on to them – they cannot be replaced if lost.

The amount we distribute at each ride allows for proper social distancing in their respective queues.

To allow interested guests to have an opportunity to ride, only one Access Pass per person, per ride is permitted. Current wait times for these attractions will be displayed at the ride’s entrance.

Fast Lane

Fast Lane and Fast Lane Plus are not available for purchase. However, guests who have pre-purchased Fast Lane as part of an admission package or deal are welcome to use it in 2020.

Fast Lane guests may utilize the Fast Lane entrances as normal and do not need an Access Pass – this has been adjusted over the weekend and this is now the procedure.

Ride Availability

While this list may change, the following attractions are not currently open: Antique Cars, SlingShot, WindSeeker, Rougarou, Joe Cool’s Dodgem School, Planet Snoopy, Frontier Fling, Wave Swinger, Gemini, Monster, Wicked Twister, Blue Streak, Cedar Downs Racing Derby, Super Himalaya, Top Thrill Dragster.

Previously announced: Snoopy Bounce, Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island, Snake River Falls.

Thank You

We want to continue providing a safe and fun environment for you, your family and friends. We thank you for your patience as we continue to adjust our operation to provide the best experience possible in these unprecedented times.

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