Reopening Dates For Every US Theme Park in 2021

Photo Courtesy: Los Angeles Daily News;

Coronavirus hit the entire world by surprise and many businesses around the world were forced to closed due to reduced gatherings and other restrictions. As the number of overall coronavirus cases started to lower over time, more and more restaurants, theme parks, and small businesses had started to reopen. Today, I will give you all a full list of every theme park and water park that has announced a reopening date for 2021.

Let’s get into it!

Alabama

  • The Park at OWA (February 6)
  • Alabama Adventure (May 15)

Arizona

  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Phoenix (March 13)

Arkansas

  • Magic Springs (May 22)

California

  • SeaWorld San Diego (February 6)
  • California’s Great America (May 22)
  • Legoland California (April 1)
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain (April 1)
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (April 1)
  • Disneyland (April 30)
  • Disney California Adventure (April 30)
  • Knott’s Berry Farm (TBA)

Colorado

  • Elitch Gardens (April 24)

Connecticut

  • Quassy (April 24)
  • Lake Compounce (May 29)

Florida

  • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Waterpark (March 7)
  • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Waterpark (TBA)

Georgia

  • Wild Adventures (April 3)
  • Six Flags White Water Atlanta (May 8)
  • Six Flags Over Georgia (June 1)

Idaho

  • Silverwood (May 1)

Illinois

  • Santa’s Village AZoosment Park (May 8)
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Chicago (May 29)
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Rockford (May 29)

Indiana

  • Indiana Beach (May 22)

Iowa

  • Adventureland (May 1)

Kentucky

  • Kentucky Kingdom (May 8)

Maryland

  • Six Flags America (March 6)

Massachusetts

  • Six Flags New England (TBA)

Michigan

  • Michigan’s Adventure (May 29)

Minnesota

  • Valleyfair (May 22)

Missouri

  • Silver Dollar City (March 20)
  • Six Flags St. Louis (March 20)
  • Worlds of Fun (May 22)

New Hampshire

  • Santa’s Village (May 29)
  • Story Land (May 29)

New Jersey

  • Six Flags Wild Safari Drive-thru (March 20)
  • Morey’s Piers (May 8)
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor New Jersey (May 15)

New York

  • SeaBreeeze (May 22)
  • Six Flags Great Escape Resort (May 1)
  • Six Flags Great Escape (May 9)
  • Six Flags Darien Lake (May 21)
  • Legoland New York – COMING SOON

North Carolina

  • Carowinds (May 22)

Ohio

  • Cedar Point (May 14)
  • King’s Island (May 8)

Oklahoma

  • Frontier City (March 13)

Pennsylvania

  • Hershey Park (April 2)
  • Knoebels (April 24)
  • Waldameer (May 1)
  • Kennywood (May 8)
  • Dutch Wonderland (May 15)
  • Dorney Park (May 22)
  • DelGrosso’s (May 29)

Tennessee

  • Dollywood (March 13)

Texas

  • Joyland Amusement Park (March 6)
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Arlington (May 1)

Virginia

  • King’s Dominion (May 22)
  • Water Country USA Waterpark (May 22)
  • Busch Gardens Williamsburg (TBA)

Washington

  • Wild Waves (May 22)

Wisconsin

  • Little Amerricka (June 5)
  • Bay Beach (May 1)

Canada

  • Canada’s Wonderland (May 14)
  • La Ronde (May 21)

Mexico

  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Oaxtepec (February 27)
  • Six Flags Mexico (May 1)

These are just few some of the theme parks and waterparks that are set to reopen in 2021 so far. You can definitely expect to see many more amusement parks added to this lift over time as more and more companies announce their reopening dates for this year. If you liked today’s bl0g and would like to support the World Travel With Matt website you can follow me on Instagram @worldtravelwithmatt or Twitter @Instatrav1. I hope you all have a great day and I will see you all real soon!

Recommended Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

thirteen − thirteen =

Translate ยป