Canada’s Wonderland 2014 Season

We were recently invited to media day at Canada’s Wonderland. it was a grey, rainy day but that did not stop us. We made the drive, myself and my four kids to Vaughan Ontario and spent the day exploring the park. 

New this year to Canada’s Wonderland is the 4D attraction Wonder Mountain’s Guardian. This interactive dark ride that takes you through the mountain is still under construction. Hoping to make it back to the park soon to check it out. It sounds amazing! 

Wonder Mountain’s Guardian begins with a perilous climb up the side of Wonder Mountain then plummets into its core traveling through five different layers of this dimensional world. Riders will encounter mythical creatures as they navigate 1,000 feet of coaster track through a desolate forest, underground lake and Draconian City. The quest culminates as riders enter the dragon’s lair for the ultimate battle with a heart stopping finale that will shock thrill seekers of all ages. 

First thing we do when we visit is take little one to get her height measured. This way she gets a bracelet and the ride attendants can see at a quick glance she is the correct height. She was so excited that she is now a red bracelet. Allowing her to ride  more “big” rides. Some with adult, but still BIG 🙂 

I am a fan of the wooden roller coasters where two of my teens prefer the new thrill rides with “less creaking” as they say. Below are some pictures from our recent visit. We can not wait to get back and check out some shows, new attractions and visit our fave rides! The 2014 season features Dimensions: A Cirque Experience that premieres June 21st.

The Drop Tower is a real fun suspenseful ride. 


The Beast 


beast sign

No park visit is complete without a BeaverTails pastry. Yum! 



Time Warp

time warp

Woodstock Whirly Birds


With over 200 attractions and 69 rides, there is sure to be something for all. 

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  1. I loved rides when I was younger, but must admit that my stomach and brain don't take the ride quite as well any more!

  2. WOW! It looks like you had a great time!! I'm not much of a ride fan, by my family is!! Can you believe I've been to Wonderland many times and never had a Beaver tail. I just realize I never will unless they make a GF one!
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  3. My boys are 3 and 1.5 and they LOVE Planet Snoopy, there are so many rides they can both go on. And my oldest won't stop talking about all the Dinosaurs from Dinosaurs Alive, he loves it.
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  4. multitestingmommy says

    Gotta love Wonderland! SO much for the whole family.
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  5. I would LOVE to go there!! It looks so amazing but must say i think I would be with your kids and choose the newer rides over the creaky ones. they scare me lol and that beaver tail looks amazing! what the heck was on it? Gotta love that food!
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  6. Love Wonderland and you are right, it is perfect for any day of the year regardless of weather. I am a bit more afraid than I used to be (pre kids) but my favourite roller coasters are the wooden ones – love the drops and the way they shake around the corners!
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  7. MapleMouseMama says

    I'm glad you all had a great visit despite the gloomy skies Kim. Canada's Wonderland sure has come a long way since it first opened. The wooden roller coasters were always my favorite to 🙂
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  8. I haven't been to Canada's Wonderland in what seems like forever, perhaps it's time for a return visit with the kids in tow.

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