Six Flags Magic Mountain announced yesterday their plans to re-open the Valencia Park. After more than a yearlong closure, the “Thrill Ride Capital of the World” will be the first theme park in California to open its doors.
Beginning April 1st and 2nd, pass holders and members will be able to get their scream on followed by the general public starting April 3rd. To stay in compliance with new state health guidelines, the park will operate at reduced attendance levels.
The park will also be implementing extensive safety measures developed with infectious disease experts to protect both guests and employees. Those measures include the following:
Protocols for the safe operation of rides
2. Health screenings for guests and team members
3. Strictly enforced social distancing
4. Extensive sanitization and disinfecting protocols
5. Sanitized food preparation and service
6. Commercial-grade cleaning equipment and supplies
Pass holders, members, and guests with a single-day or group tickets will need to make a reservation. Guests who need a single-day ticket will also be able to make a reservation during the purchase process with the caveat that you are a California Resident a.k.a. an ‘in-state visitor.’ Be prepared to show proof of residence at the gate upon entrance.