Playland is back in action again for another sizzlin’ summer season of endless fun and games and epic thrills and eats!
Every weekend throughout the summer, B.C.’s iconic amusement park on the PNE grounds will offer safe attractions and plenty of amazing food for a day or night of fun.
The Beast. Photo: PNE/Playland.
From the sky-scraping AtmosFear to the menacing The Beast, Playland’s thrilling rides will have your adrenaline rushing and your heart racing. Other thrilling favourites that will be open this summer include The Pirate Ship, Music Express, and Enterprise (back with a brand new look!)
There are also many kid-friendly rides for the whole family to enjoy together, including WestCoast Wheel, Bug Whirled, Flutterbye, and Dizzy Drop.
Totchos. Photo: PNE/Playland.
Playland isn’t Playland without eating all of the delicious things! Indulge your appetite with a wide variety of food and drink options, including the classic burgers from Triple O’s, candy floss, tacos, hot dogs, ice cold beverages at S’luscious, and everyone’s favourite: mini donuts!
This season, guests can try out Playland’s new food items at Buen Gusto Tacos & Totchos, including:
- Vegetarian tacos with fried avocado
- Carne Molida Totchos (nachos on tater tots) with ground beef, queso cheese, salsa, and sour cream
- Cauliflower Rice Bowl with choice of protein and toppings
- Hell Fire picante made from a mash of chili peppers. (Warning: this hot sauce is guaranteed to burn your tongue!)
For a sweet new twist on mini donuts, Fun Dunkers has introduced its new iced mini donuts (available in packs of 6 and 13) to their menu, with rotating feature flavours every week, including maple bacon, Oreo, and blue sprinkles.
Blue Mini Donuts. Photo: PNE/Playland.
Playland is currently open on Friday nights and Saturdays and Sundays during the day, with more days to be added to the schedule later in the summer. They will be operating with significantly reduced capacities, physical distancing, and enhanced cleaning procedures. Masks are required on rides, games areas, and in all queue lines.
Before heading to Playland, pick up a Thrill Seeker Pass ($39.50) and the Fun Pass ($29.50) for access to the park and on the rides. Tickets are limited and date-specific, so make sure to book your passes in advance!
For info and tickets, visit pne.ca/playland.