Sandusky - Cedar Point has revealed more details of what the amusement park will look like when it opens on July 9th for the 2020 season.
One of the main things that won't return, at least this year, is Cedar Point Shores. Officials citing a later start to the year as the reason to keep the Water park closed, with hopes to reopen as normal in 2021.
Other significant changes include the requirements for park reservations, face coverings, and a health screening which includes a temperature check.
Because the park capacity will be limited, a reservation will be required for all guests, including season pass-holders. Guests staying at a Cedar Point Resorts properties however will be guaranteed access to the park.
Reservations for season pass-holders will be able to be made “very soon,” according to park officials.
Face coverings will be required to enter the park and on rides.
Riders also will be distanced for health safety on attractions by markers and closed rows or seats.
There will be some reprieve thought, as officials have announced designated “RelaxZones” for guests to remove their masks for a break while eating and drinking.
Cedar Point’s new schedule shows that the amusement park will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. into September. The fall schedule is expected to be announced later on in the year..
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