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Tips for Family Fun

  • Call for park information and show schedules before visiting to take advantage of the best discounts and to plan for the activities and shows you want to see. For special events, concerts, and general park information, call (405) 478-2140. 
  • Buy your tickets in advance to skip the line! 
  • Plan your visit when attendance is lightest. Best bets: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during the summer and any regular operating day during the months of April, May, and September. 
  • Plan to begin your day at attractions farthest from the Main Gate. 
  • Review the park map to familiarize yourself with the park’s layout and assist in planning your day. 

Weather can be unpredictable, so bring a jacket or sweatshirt for cool evenings. Rent a locker inside the Frontier Trading Post for storage of valuables. 

  • No smoking. For the safety and courtesy of other Guests, please refrain from smoking in ride queues. Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed buildings, restrooms, theaters, and children’s areas. Designated smoking areas are posted within the park. 
  • Arrange a meeting place and time should your party become separated. 
  • Ride your favorite rides when the park first opens or after 5 p.m. 
  • To avoid lines, plan to eat at non-traditional lunch and dinner hours. 
  • Make sure children feel comfortable about a ride they are going on. Toddlers will especially like rides and attractions that are “pint-sized”. 
  • Infants are only permitted on Ol’ 89er Express and Grand Carousel (see ADA Guide for definition of infant). 
  • There is a restroom inside Fort Frontier by LaBamba’s Cantina (closest restroom to Timber Town).  
  • Between Casino and Steel Lasso Snacks is a restroom shack.  
  • Once you enter Wild West Water Works go left.  
  • Across from the Starlight Amphitheater is a red building with restroom in them (only open when Starlight Amphitheater is open) 
  • Across from Brain Drain is the Members lounge great for cooling off, charging your phone or grabbing a snack! 
  • Another great spot that many people forget about is Two John’s Saloon, right across from Savory Café in front of Timber Town. 
  • Another great spot is our 11 mask break zones (please remain social distancing).  
mother and child with their hands in the air on a ride
family riding a ride and waving