Amusement park that dates back to 1884 features seven roller coasters, a thrilling water park, and Planet Snoopy
What You'll Get
- When can I visit? Dorney Park opens mid May, Wildwater Kingdom opens on May 23rd. Check website and here for operating dates and hours.
- Parking included
- Must be redeemed by June 19.
- Free admission for children ages 2 or younger
- Prohibited items: coolers or outside food or beverages
- Lockers available? yes
- Read FAQ here
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 19, 2020. Limit 10 per person. This is a ticket redeemable only for admission until expiration date, June 19, 2020; ticket has no value after expiration date passes. Not valid until park open, check [here](https://www.dorneypark.com/park-update) for updates. Parking is included. Refundable only on day of purchase. Merchant is the issuer of tickets. Valid for ages 3+. Height/physical restrictions may apply on some rides. Excludes separately ticketed/special events or park buyouts. Admission is subject to park's occupancy limits. Dorney Park reserves the right to close for private events. Attraction availability is subject to change without notice. Valid only for option purchased. Some attractions require extra fee. Not valid with other offers and promotions. Tickets are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom
Dorney Park offers some of the most exciting thrills available around Allentown. What's more, they've been doing it for more than 100 years. Founded in 1884, the amusement park today features roller coasters, water rides, Planet Snoopy, and family-friendly attractions. Take a closer look at some of the attractions at this historic location:
Planet Snoopy: Right in the middle of the park is a kid-friendly, Peanuts-themed area featuring the pint-size Woodstock Express roller coaster, miniature stock cars racing in the Peanuts 500, the spinning Camp Bus thrill ride, and Charlie Brown's own Kite-Eating Tree.
Roller Coasters: Counting the Woodstock Express, the park boasts seven roller coasters ranging from classic wooden-frame rides to modern mega-coasters featuring drops of more than 200 feet. Make sure you check out Thunderhawk, the modernized descendent of the park's very first coaster built in 1924.
Wildwater Kingdom: In the summer, the water park shows off its 450-foot-long water slide, an enclosed chute with four 360-degree loops, an all-ages climbing zone with fountains and splash zones, and the lazy Runaway River, which drifts past whirlpools, waterfalls, and tunnels.(Wildwater Kingdom open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day.)
New for 2020: Seaside Splashworks! This new family attraction will feature more than 75 play elements to engage the entire family.