Here are the amusement parks that are still open in California
From Disneyland to Six Flags, California’s theme parks are a much-loved part of life in the Golden State. The pandemic has temporarily closed many of them. But as counties move from tier to tier in the state’s reopening guidelines, some have partially opened outdoor facilities to allow for socially distanced entertainment.
That doesn’t mean that you’ll be screaming on a roller coaster any time soon, not even inside your heart. According to state guidelines, smaller theme parks — those with a maximum capacity of 15,000 — can reopen only if its county is in the orange tier, designating the spread of COVID as “moderate.” Even then, there are stringent rules: only outdoor attractions can be opened; capacity is limited to 25% of the park’s occupancy or 500 visitors, whichever one is lower; and ticket sales are limited to those who reside within the county.
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