Canada's Wonderland, Toronto

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  • THE  FLY - A  FUN RIDE
    THE FLY - A FUN RIDE
    by RACCOON1
  • Canada's Wonderland
    by Som1
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    PARAMOUNT CANADA's WONDERLAND

    by RACCOON1 Updated Jun 2, 2005

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    THE  FLY - A  FUN RIDE

    Favorite thing: This amusement park ( summer only ) , with 60 rides , is about a 45 minute drive north of Toronto.

    You can get there by GO BUS from the York Mills Subway Station . Buses leave on the hour and the fare is $4.25 one way.

    Admission is $37.44 ( adult 7 to 59) and $ 27.41 for children and seniors.

    They have a great waterpark . Admission is included in the general admission ticket . The water park opens at 11:00 am so you may have to try some of the coasters to fill in time.

    Generally speaking . FUN FOR ALL .

    Related to:
    • Theme Park Trips

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    Go to Canada's Wonderland its...

    by Som1 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Go to Canada's Wonderland its an amazing theme park located 30 minuts away from Tornonto. It doesn't matter how old you are anybody can have a great time here. Though younger vt's will enjoy it the most :)

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  • You must absolutely try out...

    by anntheodore Written Aug 26, 2002

    Favorite thing: You must absolutely try out Canada's Wonderland. Its not exactly DisneyWorld, but it's a fun place to be (and not very expensive).

    Fondest memory: I miss the cold weather, the snow. I also miss the friendly smiling people.

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    CANADA'S WONDERLAND Well, I...

    by chrissyalex Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: CANADA'S WONDERLAND Well, I haven't been there since I was 13, so I am sure much of my info is outdated, but I remember it being a very fun place as a child!
    There were several rollercoasters( the wooden one REALLY shook you and while I was riding it once,a person lost their glasses on it!) There was also a huge manmade mountain with a waterfall and you could walk up the mountain and walk behind the falls. Since I haven't been there in years, I am sure things are MUCH different now!

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