Colorado's North Pole Amusement Park is Finally Open

One of Colorado's most unique and scenic amusement parks is finally open! The North Pole opened outside of Colorado Springs this weekend.

According to a social media post on Friday from the park;

We just got approval from the state and local health departments that we are allowed a LIMITED reopening starting Saturday July 18th, 2020. Here is everything you need to know:
- Our village will be open for shopping and dining and a social distance visit with Santa FREE of admission from 10am-5pm weather permitting
- We do have 4 attractions that are allowed to open to include the Slide, Sky Ride, Zip Line and Train. You can purchase an unlimited ride wristband for $10 per person- 2 and under are free - no coupons will be accepted on ride wristbands. If you are a North Pole Pass holder you may use your pass to get a wristband.
- Masks are required by state mandate for everyone age 11 and over inside all of our buildings to include our front gate, shops, ordering food and visiting with Santa.
We know this is not a full opening of the park like everyone is used to but we are excited to safely and responsibly open in a limited way for those who would like to check in with us and get into the mountains! We do not have a time frame as to when we can open more rides and we expect it will be some time before that's a possibility, but for those of you coming to see us soon we can't wait!

Grab more info on the North Pole's website.

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