New York Six Flags parks cancel season

Queensbury, New York, USA

Six Flags Darien Lake and the chain’s Great Escape park in upstate New York will not open this year due to COVID-19 restrictions and uncertainty over when they could be eased. Amusement parks are still classified by the state as “high-risk” entertainment, with no indication of when they could reopen. Click the headline for more information

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More parks cancel 2020 season

Denver, Colorado, USA

Elitch Gardens is the latest amusement park to join the ever-growing list of parks that have decided to cancel their 2020 season completely. SeaBreeze amusement park in Rochester, New York, made the same announcement just 24 hours earlier, also citing uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic as the reason. Click the headline for more information

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Conneaut Lake cancels 2020 season

Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, USA

Conneaut Lake Park announced that they will not be opening for the 2020 season as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Already operating under federal Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to reorganize its debts, there was no feasible way for the park to comply with safety guidelines and make a profit. Click the headline for more information

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M&D’s goes into administration

Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Scotland

M&D’s, Scotland’s biggest theme park, announced it has gone into administration. The park is citing the Covid-19 pandemic as a reason. Until a new buyer is found, the future of the park, including four roller coasters, is unknown. 165 employers have also been made redundant. Click the headline for more information

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