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What’s new on the 2018 Canada’s Wonderland Park Map?

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What’s new on the 2018 Canada’s Wonderland Park Map?

Grace Peacock

Director of Communications,

Canada's Wonderland

Twitter: @GracePeacock

New ride locations unveiled, along with new names for dining venues

 

The digital version of our 2018 Park Guide and Map is now available online for download, and it not only holds the key to all your Canada’s Wonderland adventures (where to start first??) but it also features a few new notable items:

Lumberjack: You’ll find our newest, exciting thrill ride swinging its ‘axes’ at its home beside Soaring Timbers, just west of Wonder Mountain. (J5)

Flying Canoes: Just past Lumberjack and in the clearing by Muskoka Craft Burger, Beer Bar and Chippery is the other new kid on the block, Flying Canoes! Hop on for an interactive journey of flight in one of our magical canoes. (I4)

Lakeside Lagoon: Over in Splash Works, the kids are going to love the newly expanded wading pool and fun, interactive splash features. Splash Works opens May 26! (G4)

Newly named dining locations: We have several reimagined dining venues to treat your taste buds and quench your thirst. Look for Action Zone Poutinerie (E8), Waveside Tikki Bar (D3), Minebuster Bar (E7), School House Snacks (J3), Après Poutinerie (J7), Sugar Bush Waffle Dairy Bar (J7) and Medieval Refreshments (K7).

Courtyard Group Catering Facility: This dining area is completely renovated for 2018, where we’ve replaced existing structures with seven open-air, beautifully crafted timber-frame pavilions. (N10)

Download your copy of the map here and pick one up on your next visit. Park opens April 29. It makes a great souvenir!

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Season Passes are now on sale! Buy yours online today, get unlimited visits and come to the park so often that you won't need a map to get around. 

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