FROM LOCAL SOURCES
SANTA CLAUS -- Holiday World is opening to the public for the season today.
If you want to enjoy the park, there are some things you should know before you go.
First, you’re asked to purchase a ticket online to secure your spot for the day. Do not visit the park if you’re not feeling well or if you’ve been recently exposed to someone with COVID-19. If you are in a high risk group, you’re asked to consult your doctor before planning a visit to the Santa Claus theme park.
Once you get to the park, wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently, maintain social distance by staying on the footprints throughout the park, and consider wearing a face covering.
If you can, get a HoliCash wristband or use Apple Pay or Android Pay for a touchless payment option.
The water park, Splashin Safari is set to open July 4th.
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We’re the Cleanest Park in the World, and we have been for two decades. We’re enhancing our safety and cleaning procedures to keep it that way. We’re doing our best to minimize your risk when you visit Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari, but there’s inherent risk in entering the park today, just as there are inherent risks in going to a restaurant, visiting a shop, or visiting an attraction. Please understand that we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to COVID-19 when you visit our parks.
We’ve set up a plan to help keep you as safe as possible. There are “Santatizer” stations throughout the park and we’ll be sanitizing high-touch areas regularly. Dining areas have been spaced out when possible, and footprints have been placed to help you keep social distancing. We’ve also replaced crowded queues with our inLine Reservation System where you’ll wait while you enjoy other parts of the park.
We also need some help from you.
Before your visit, please purchase a ticket online to secure your spot for the day. We ask that you please not visit the park if you’re not feeling well, and that you please delay your visit if you’ve recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19. Certain people are at higher risk for developing severe illness due to COVID-19, and in those cases we recommend you consult your doctor before visiting. If you feel you cannot visit this year or need to delay your visit, give us a call and we’ll help work something out.
Once you’re in the park, please wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently, maintain social distance by staying on the footprints throughout the park, and consider wearing a face covering. If you can, get a HoliCash wristband or use Apple Pay or Android Pay for a touchless payment option.
Most importantly, we ask for your patience this year. We’re doing our best to keep your visit as carefree as possible, but we understand that everything won’t be the way it was before. Let us know if you see a process or procedure that can be safely improved, and please know that we’re doing everything we can to give you a safe, happy, and memorable day here.
Fourth-Generation Owner and Director of Communications