Metro Vancouver's largest indoor amusement park opens to the public Friday, but the facility is taking a number of precautions.
Located in Surrey near Scott Road Station, Central City Fun Park offers a plethora of attractions under one roof including mini-golf, roller skating, an arcade, bowling, and Hologate VR.
Of course, this entertainment destination will not be able to welcome its maximum number of guests due to COVID-19. Further, it won't offer all of its attractions. For now, it has temporarily closed its Hologate VR, pizzeria and party rooms.
Since the park is limited to 12 skaters at a time, it is also limiting the use of the roller skating arena to 30 minutes if other people are waiting. Guests are welcome to go back in line at no additional charge.
As an extra precaution, the park is enforcing the use of masks (free or bring your own) at this time. With young kids (under 8), it is not enforcing masks. However, it has some face shields available for them to try instead. These face shields are also available for asthmatics.
In addition, the park has also enacted the following measures to ensure the safety of park-goers:
- reduced occupancy from 300 people to 40 people.
- free masks (or bring your own).
- spaced out arcade to allow for required social distancing.
- limited Roller Skating to 12 skaters at a time.
- reduced the number of Bowling Lanes in half.
- temporarily closed Hologate VR, Pizzeria & Party Rooms.
- enhanced Sanitation & Cleaning procedures.
In a Facebook post, the park states that: "We are finally ready to open and welcome the community to our Fun Park. Things will be a little different than what we had originally planned but our goal to provide a fun and safe facility remains."
All guests must purchase tickets prior to arrival. Tickets include a designated entrance time and a $20 Fun Card. Access is limited to 20 people per hour. Maximum stay is two hours.
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