Canobie Lake Park Is Gearing Up to Re-Open in July
It's been a rollercoaster of a summer already and it hasn't even officially started yet. With news that Canobie Lake Park is gearing up to hopefully open mid-July, I began reminiscing about some high school field trips there – but also thinking about how different things are going to be this summer compared with the past.
Being in the band and chorus, we got some fun field trips and I remember Canobie Lake Park was one of them. The bus rides up were always such fun.
First, I can recall when I first realized I couldn't do rides that go in circles. It was my first trip to Canobie Lake Park, and it was the Round-Up, the ride that basically stuck you again the wall as it spun around. Let''s just say walking off that ride and throwing up lunch was traumatizing and I will never attempt getting on that bad boy again.
Rollercoasters are my favorite. Remember the Yankee Cannonball wooden rollercoaster? That was the first roller coaster I ever rode. It was all downhill from there, literally. I must say I do love the Starblaster ride they have there, too.
So as they prepare to re-open with new safety procedures and protocols, I wonder what has changed over the years and what we can expect to change as they re-open the park?
According to the Canobie Lake Park website, they will be following all the CDC guidelines and making the proper adjustments to ensure the attendees' safety while in the park.
Some things you can probably expect when attending the park are: