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Canada's Wonderland
9580 Jane Street, Maple, ON L6A 1S6, Canada
(905) 832-7000
www.canadaswonderland.com
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Roller Coaster Photos
Back Lot Stunt Coaster
Bat
Behemoth
Dragon Fire
Flight Deck
Fly
Leviathan
Mighty Canadian Minebuster
Peanuts Ghoster Coaster
Silver Streak
SkyRider
Taxi Jam
Thunder Run
Time Warp
Vortex
Wild Beast

Other Ride Photos
Antique Carousel
Boo Blasters on Boo Hill
Dinosaurs Alive
Drop Tower
Jet Scream
(Closed)
Klockwerks
Krachenwagen
Lucy's Tugboat
Nightmares
Orbiter
Psyclone
The Rage
Riptide
Shockwave
Sledgehammer
Spinovator
Swan Lake
Swing of the Century
Timberwolf Falls
White Water Canyon
Windseeker
Wonder Mountain Guardian

Theme Park Review Photo Updates
Behemoth Bash Event 2008
Summer 2003 Photos

TPR Member Photo Trip Reports
June 22nd, 2014 by ECZenith
August 1st, 2012 by Jakizle
May 23rd, 2011 by rollin_n_coastin
August 4th, 2008 by natatomic
August 4th, 2008 by Hhappy
April 2008 Behemoth Media Day by Carnage
May 13th, 2006 by DerekRx
Retro PCW 1984-87 by shesaidboom

Attractions
Canada's Wonderland has long been known for having an extensive collection of high-thrill flat rides, many of which are hard to find elsewhere (SledgeHammer, NightMares, Spinovator). However, it was the introduction of Behemoth and Leviathan (both B&M hypers) that gave the park world-class roller coasters. Among the other 14 roller coasters at the park, Vortex (Suspended) and Dragon Fire stand out since coasters from Arrow are becoming more rare over time.

The park gets very crowded during the summer months; visiting early in the season is the best way to ensure that you can ride all the coasters if you only have one day at the park. The waterpark is included in the park admission.
Food
Dairy Queen, Pizza Pizza, and Mr. Sub are the franchisees that have multiple locations in the park. There are plenty of other places to get burgers, sandwiches, Chinese food, and chicken fingers. If you have a hearty appetite you can visit the Marketplace International Buffet.
Operating Season
The park opens for the season in early May (weekends only for the first few weeks) with daily operations through Labor Day. The park is open on weekends during Spetember leading into the Halloween Haunt event.
Established Seasonal events
Halloween Haunt takes place on weekends in October.
Access & Location
Canada's Wonderland is located just minutes north of Toronto off Highway 400, just 10 minutes north of Highway 401. Exit Rutherford Rd. if heading north or south on Highway 400.

The park is accessible from public transportation with directions available at
http://www.canadaswonderland.com/visit/visit_directions.cfm
Nearby Lodging
There are dozens of places to stay within a 10-mile radius of the park. Canada's Wonderland lists many options on their website.
http://www.canadaswonderland.com/visit/visit_accomodations.cfm
Virtual Queue Options
In 2012, Canada's Wonderland implemented their "Fast Lane" (skip the line) service.
Shows
The park has a wide array of the typical theme-park shows, including a musical/dance show with 60's classics, a diving show, and an ice-skating show. The park's signature entertainment is a high-dive show off of the man-made Wonder Mountain.
Videos
Leviathan Roller Coaster POV

Nostalgia
Mark's Postcard Paradise

Park Maps
2012 Park Map
2008 Park Map

Discussion
Canada's Wonderland Discussion Thread

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