We're all curious how summer 2020 will turn out.
Thus far, NYC pools will be closed and we're still unsure how camp programs and beaches will operate, if at all. Amusement park visits will certainly look different, too. The season of roller coaster rides and cotton candy snacks will be limited at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey. Upon its reopening—another factor that has yet to be determined—the family attraction will require reservations for all visitors, including pass holders and members.
According to the website, "To meet state social distancing guidelines and ensure the health and safety of our guests, all visits to the park must be pre-scheduled using our online reservation system." The booking system has yet to launch as of May 11, but Six Flags encourages visitors to check back for updates.
Currently, there is no word about how the Coney Island amusement parks will operate once the governor has given them the green light to begin opening. To learn more about what you can and cannot do right now—and to find answers to your summer Q's—check out our guide for NYC families.
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