Updated List of Coronavirus Theme Park Closures

Amusement parks and theme parks across North America have closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

We’re keeping a running list of amusement parks and theme parks that are closed or open during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Check back frequently for updates.

Parks that have reopened may close for the season early. Check park websites before making travel plans.

Note: While we will make every attempt to keep this list updated, we cannot guarantee its accuracy as this is a rapidly developing event. Please check park websites and social media channels to verify.

While many parks have listed reopening dates, realize that these are likely tentative and subject to change. Additionally, many parks are requiring advanced reservations — check park websites before visiting.

Last Updated: Oct. 28, 2020

North American Parks Reopening

These are the parks that have reopened or have announced plans to reopen:

Adventureland (Iowa): now open

Alabama Adventure & Splash Adventure: now open

Animal Kingdom (Walt Disney World): now open

Arnolds Park (Iowa): now open

Bay Beach Amusement Park: now open

Busch Gardens Tampa: now open

Busch Gardens Williamsburg: open select dates for special events

Camden Park: now open

Canobie Lake Park: now open

Carowinds: open select dates Nov. 21-Dec. 20

Castles N’ Coasters: now open

Cedar Point: now open

Disney’s Hollywood Studios (Walt Disney World): now open

Dollywood: now open

Dorney Park: now open

Enchanted Forest (Oregon): now open

Epcot (Walt Disney World): now open

Family Kingdom Amusement Park: now open

Frontier City: now open

Fun Spot America (Orlando): now open

Hersheypark: now open

Holiday World: now open

Idlewild: now open

Indiana Beach: now open

Islands of Adventure: now open

Joyland Amusement Park (Lubbock, TX): now open

Kennywood: now open

Kentucky Kingdom: now open

Kings Island: now open

Knoebels: now open

Lake Compounce: now open

Lagoon: now open

Legoland Florida: now open

Magic Kingdom (Walt Disney World): now open

Magic Springs: now open

Marineland (Canada): now open

Michigan’s Adventure (water park only): now open

Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park: now open (for hotel guests only)

Nickelodeon Universe at American Dream: opening October 1

Nickelodeon Universe at Mall of America: now open

Park at OWA (Foley, AL): now open

Playland at the PNE (Canada): now open

Quassy Amusement Park: now open

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk: closed until further notice

Scene75 (multiple locations): select locations open, check website for more information

SeaWorld Orlando: now open

SeaWorld San Antonio: now open

Sesame Place (Pennsylvania): now open

Silverwood: now open

Silver Dollar City: now open

Six Flags America: now open

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom: animal attractions opening July 2; rides at a later date

Six Flags Fiesta Texas: now open

Six Flags Great Adventure: now open

Six Flags Great America (Holiday in the Park, no rides): select dates November 27-December 27

Six Flags Over Georgia: now open

Six Flags Over Texas: now open

Six Flags St. Louis: now open

Tweetsie Railroad: open with limited operations

Universal Orlando Resort: now open

Universal Studios Florida: now open

Walt Disney World: now open

Wild Adventures: now open

Worlds of Fun: now open

North American Parks Still Closed, No Reopening Dates

These parks have not yet announced reopening dates or will remain closed for 2020:

Adventure City (Anaheim, CA): closed until further notice

Belmont Park: closed until further notice

California’s Great America: closed for 2020 season

Canada’s Wonderland: opening delayed

Darien Lake: closed until 2021

Delgrosso’s Amusement Park: closed for 2020 season

Disneyland: proposed opening delayed

Disney California Adventure: proposed opening delayed

Elitch Gardens: closed until spring 2021

Gilroy Gardens: closed for 2020 season

Kings Dominion: closed for 2020 season

Knott’s Berry Farm: closed until further notice

Legoland California: closed until further notice

Legoland New York: grand opening delayed until 2021

Luna Park (New York City): opening postponed until further notice

Morey’s Pier: closed until further notice

SeaWorld San Diego: closed until further notice

Six Flags Magic Mountain: closed until further notice

Six Flags Mexico: closed until further notice

Six Flags New England: closed until further notice

The Great Escape: closed until 2021

Universal Studios Hollywood: closed until further notice

Valleyfair: closed for 2020 season

Western Playland (Sunland Park, NM): closed until further notice

Did we leave any out? Let us know in the comments section below.


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9 Responses

  1. Jon Gustin says:

    Legoland Florida closed :Monday, March 16th 2020 through Tuesday, March 31st 2020

  2. marco says:

    mirabilandia (italy) announced that it will postpone the opening from April 4th to May 1st

  3. marco says:

    gardaland postpone the opening from March 28th to May 1st

  4. Dustin says:

    Hersheypark May 1st.

  5. DH says:

    Enchanted Forest in Oregon is closed for at least two weeks.

  6. Chris says:

    Wow. So many businesses impacted. I know we will all visit our favorite theme parks when this is over. For now, stay well and be smart.

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