Welcome Back for Cedar Point's Reopening 2020

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Cedar Point Reopening Protocols

When Cedar Point reopens, we want you to have an awesome day and feel safe when visiting. Right now, it is our plan to continue to implement the COVID-19 safety protocols and processes that were in place during our limited park operation in 2020 until further guidance or changes are identified. We’re all in this together and by working together we know you can safely and confidently enjoy the thrills and fun that only Cedar Point can deliver this season.

This page provides you with essential information that was in place for our 2020 park operation and provides guidelines for what to expect and what to do before you arrive, what you’ll see and experience when you arrive, and how to make the most of your visit—safely—while you’re here.

What You Can Expect


Scheduling Your Visit
Reservations are required for visits from Oct. 3 - Nov. 1 for all guests.


Mobile App Required
At least one member of your group must have the park mobile app on their phone.


Face Coverings Required
All guests and associates will be required to wear face coverings while in the park.


Health Screenings
Health screenings and temperature checks will be required for all guests and associates.


Hand Sanitization
Hand sanitizing stations have been added throughout the park.


Use of Location Services
Enabling the Location Services feature in the park app allows us to send you real-time updates.

Welcoming You Back Guide

Download a copy of our Welcoming You Back Guide to keep essential information on hand as you plan your visit to Cedar Point! 

BY VISITING THE PARK, YOU VOLUNTARILY ASSUME ALL RISKS RELATED TO EXPOSURE TO COVID-19

We have taken enhanced health and safety measures - for you, our other guests, and our associates. You must follow all posted instructions while visiting the park. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the CDC, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.

If you are exhibiting any COVID-19-related symptoms, you should not enter or remain in the park.

Help keep each other healthy.