Canada's Wonderland, Toronto

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    Paramount Canada's Wonderland

    by Arial_27 Updated Sep 18, 2004

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    I love Wonderland, I come here at least once a year. It's not quite as big as Disneyworld yet, but every year they have a new ride or attraction.There are plenty of scarier rides like the Skyflyer (which is bungee jumping) Drop Zone, and rollercoasters but they also have a KidzVille with lots of Kiddie Rides.
    There's a large outdoor waterpark with at least 10 huge slides, a wave pool, and then Lazy river. The food here tends to be pretty expensive, but they have plenty of picnic areas where you can spread out a blanket and eat your own food. (And if you do want to purchase food - the funnel cakes here are delicious!) Admission is 50 dollars a person. The park opens at 10am and closes at 10pm, also depending on the season.

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    Paramount Canada's Wonderland

    by mim95 Updated Oct 25, 2003

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    From May to October, thrill seekers head to Wonderland for the 60+ rides. There are also a large water park, children's area and Kingswood Theatre where concerts or special events are held.

    Admission for ground and rides are around $50 for adults. It's cheaper to go either earlier or later in the season, with fewer ppl too in line for the rides.

    Wonderland is located north of Toronto, at Hwy 400 and Rutherford Road. You can also take the GO Bus from York Mills or Yorkdale subway stations.

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