Amusement Park Safety
Planning Your Trip
At the Park
Resources and Downloads
Prior to operation in Ontario, all amusement rides require:
a valid TSSA Operators licence;
TSSA Permit; and
an inspection by TSSA.
While amusement parks are very safe, user behaviour is the leading cause of the small number of accidents that happen.
The top issues associated with user behaviour are: physical impact and falls
Before you head out
Buy tickets online ahead of time to reduce waiting time - you may even benefit from additional savings offered through online booking
Check the weather forecast to ensure that you have the appropriate clothing
Visit the park’s website to review park map, hours of operation or any special notices/advisories
Phone ahead to see if locker rentals are available at the park
Don’t forget sun protection such as sunblock, hats etc.
Tickets (if you’ve ordered them online ahead of time)
Directions to the park or address to plug into GPS
Wallet and cash
Waterproof bags (zipper lock plastic bags)
Comfortable and sturdy shoes
Sun protection: hat, sunscreen, sunglasses
Poncho or rain jacket (if forecast is calling for rain)
Secure bathing suit without hanging fabrics or pieces
Bandages and/or medical tape
Medication (prescription, pain or anti-nausea)
Eyeglasses or contact lenses
Hand sanitizer and tissues
Camera and phone
Snacks & water (if allowed in the park)
Download a copy of our packing checklist to make sure you’ve got everything you need before you head out the door.