Located within easy reach of Toronto, Canada's Wonderland is the largest theme park in Canada and is among the most visited seasonal parks in North America.
|Opened||23 May 1981|
|Season||May to October|
|Attendance||1,139,000 (TEA 2020)|
|Nearby||Waldameer (124 miles)|
Conneaut Lake Park (157 miles)
Cedar Point (228 miles)
Kennywood (239 miles)
Idlewild and SoakZone (248 miles)
Situated just outside the city of Toronto, Canada's Wonderland is the largest theme park in Canada.
The park was opened in 1981 as the country's first major theme park and has grown to have one of the largest collections of rollercoasters in the world.
Canada's Wonderland is laid out with themed areas surrounding a waterfall covered mountain centrepiece known as Wonder Mountain. Several of the park's rides utilise the mountain, with the Vortex suspended coaster dropping over the side, the Thunder Run mine train passing through the mountain, and the Wonder Mountain's Guardian dark ride fully enclosed inside it.
Other notable rides include Leviathan, B&M's first Giga Coaster; Mighty Canadian Minebuster, a wooden rollercoaster; Dragon Fyre, an Arrow Looping Coaster; and Timberwolf Falls, a shoot-the-chutes water ride.
Canada's Wonderland is one of the largest parks in the Cedar Fair chain but, being in Canada, feels less brash and in-your-face compared with its US counterparts. It's easy to reach from downtown Toronto via Metro and Bus, and features more than enough to fill a day of thrills and excitement.
The largest of Canada's Wonderland's wooden rollercoasters
Classic giant splash ride
One of the few remaining Arrow Suspended coasters in the world
Originally themed around the Italian Job, this ride mixes rollercoaster with several special effects