Exploring the biggest theme park in Canada
My friends from Mexico invited me to come with them on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon. The park was packed, always on sunny weekends.
We ended up playing a bunch of water shooting games against other people which we won every single time and acquired a huge unicorn pony and piwi the penguin.
The girls and I loved the rides, they were quite a thrill. I was able to sneak my camera out during a few rides. Check the video for some of the scenes.
Also, get a Fast Lane Pass. Do everything NOT on the pass first, then enjoy your day! I cannot stress a Fastlane for Wonderland enough.
Unfortunately we didn't go in the Leviathan rollercoaster due to the 2 hour queue, in order to by pass we would have to purchase an additional fast lane pass.
To start off at Wonderland; I recommend heading up to Thunder Run first, get on The Bat, Shockwave and The Fly, go over to Vortex. From there, head into the Medieval Fair for Wild Beast, Drop Tower, Nightmares and everything else.
Canada's Wonderland has over 200 attractions (including games), with over 60 thrill rides. The park holds a number of Canadian records, among them the most roller coasters, with 16.
It was originally opened and operated by the Taft Broadcasting Company and The Great-West Life Assurance Company in 1981, then owned by Paramount Parks from 1994 to 2006 where it was known as Paramount Canada's Wonderland.
Since 2006 the park is owned and operated by Cedar Fair. It is the first major theme park in Canada and remains the country's largest.