Due to COVID-19 we had to change the way that we do business. For the protection of our employees and guests we have switched to an admission pricing structure so we can maintain a limited guest count.
What can I do with my old tickets?
DON’T THROW YOUR OLD TICKETS AWAY!!! Please bring them back to the park and we will credit the amount toward your admission into the park. Tickets must be exchanged for admission by the end of the 2020 operating season.
Does everyone have to pay to get into the park?
Yes. Everyone 34 inches tall and above must purchase an admission to enter.
Do babies need to pay to enter the park?
Children under 34 inches tall are free.
What rides can a two year old ride?
A two year old is able to ride up to seven of our nine rides at Funderland. They can ride our Red Baron Planes, Carousel, Backroads Buggies, TeaCups, Oscar the Fisher, and Train. They can ride our Dragon Coaster with an adult if they are at least 36″ tall.
What if I already have a season pass?
If you already have a season pass then you do not need to make a reservation. Please come to our main gate and give them your name as normal. Please keep in mind though that anyone without a season pass will need to pay admission to get into the park.
How do I buy admission?
Admission can be purchased at Funderland’s Main Gate, or online here. Come early to ensure a full day of fun in the park!
Can I buy admission at Funderland?
Yes. Currently Funderland is only reserving 50% of approved capacity through our online reservation system to accommodate our walk-up Funderland fans. Come early to ensure a full day of fun in the park!
What if I can’t make my reserved admission time?
Because there are only a limited amount of admissions a day prepaid admission is non-refundable.
Will I have to wear a mask at Funderland?
Yes. Please bring a mask with you to the park. Funderland is doing everything possible to remain open, and your help is greatly appreciated. For the safety of our employees and guests we will require the use of face coverings at the gate and at any time social distancing cannot be maintained. Per the California Department of Public Health, masks are required in an outdoor setting only when physical distancing of at least six feet cannot be maintained. When entering and strolling the park, and boarding rides, it is unlikely that six feet of distancing will be able to be maintained, and you will be required to wear them in these instances or in any other instance where social distancing is not possible. (To clarify: In short, for clarity and safety we require all guests to wear their masks at all times inside Funderland except when seated, stationary, and eating or drinking). Guests not abiding by these polices may be asked to leave without refund. Please bring a mask with you to the park, or you can purchase one at the gate. Children two years and under as well as those with health conditions are not required to wear facial coverings. For the full requirements please visit the California Dept. of Public Health guidelines here.
We are currently open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (Note: Main Gate guest entry to the park closes at 4:00 pm, and last ride for all guests already in the park is at 5:00 pm).
I’m impressed by how Funderland caters to families … The great thing is the simplicity. The park size is easily manageable for parents with young kids … Our family is pumped that we finally discovered Funderland Amusement Park and can’t wait to go again.