What are we doing? What happens when we open? Is it safe?
We are currently using our available resources (while adhering to the safety guidelines of social distancing), to be fully prepared to open, once we are allowed to do so. We can assure you that once we DO finally open the park, safety will remain our #1 concern. We will take all recommended precautions and continue to implement preventative measures, as recommended by the state. We want your time at the park to be worry-free, so you can just have fun - the way it’s supposed to be! We look forward to seeing you soon. Keep your spirits up. We will get through this!
What do I do if I have the virus, feel sick, or have been exposed to the virus?
The health and safety of our employees and guests is paramount. We request that you do not visit the park if you have any symptoms of the virus, including but not limited to: cough, fever, sore throat, runny nose, and/or shortness of breath. Please follow all recommended CDC, or other governmental agency, guidelines when determining a safe recovery period post-sickness to attend our facility.
I bought single day wristbands. Are they still good?
Yes! Your wristbands will continue to be valid for the rest of the 2020 season and including the first ten (10) days of the 2021 season. No need to worry; if you bought wristbands, you will get to use them.
What about my season passes?
Season passes purchased prior to the scheduled opening day, May 23, 2020, will be valid for the rest of the 2020 season and including the first ten (10) days of the 2021 season.
Can I still use my Groupon?
Yes! We will waive the August 15th deadline. They will be valid for the rest of the 2020 season.

Important Changes for Health & Safety

Here is what to expect today on your visit. We have implemented changes to adhere to the new health and safety guidelines due to the Coronavirus. The safety of our visitors, guests and employees is always our #1 priority. We want your visit to be worry-free so you can have fun!

Social distancing also applies outdoors. Please adhere to social distancing guidelines and stay at least 6 feet apart. Dane County Public Health Officials, and the CDC suggest wearing a face covering in public and where it is difficult to maintain physical distancing.

Unfortunately, due to Coronavirus the following attractions will not be operating:

  • Tiger Slide
  • Moon Walk
  • Haunted House

In addition, bumping will not be allowed on the Bumper Cars or Bumper Boats.

Listed below are the extra precautions we have implemented, as recommended by the Public Health Department, to aid in the safety and well-being of our visitors, guests and employees at the park:

Health and safety guidelines for staff:

  • Upon arrival at work, all employees will have wellness and temperature checks daily.
  • Gloves and masks will be supplied for employees when necessary.
  • Staff has received additional training and information regarding health, safety, and cleanliness guidelines and procedures.
  • Employees will receive regular updates from the CDC and Public Health Department.

Health and safety in the Park:

  • Ticket windows and concessions have installed plexiglass barriers where appropriate.
  • High touch areas will be disinfected throughout the day.
  • Rides will have disinfecting wipes available for customer use.
  • Where possible, rides will utilize social distancing and que line-markings in orange.
  • Chairs and tables have been spaced out for social distancing.
  • The concession stand will be open with limited service and outdoor seating only.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the grounds.
  • All guests are responsible for their own actions such as social distancing, handwashing, and face coverings.

Little Amerricka has taken steps to implement recommended guidelines and protocols issued by Dane County Public Health Officials for slowing the transmission of Coronavirus. Please note that Little Amerricka cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to Coronavirus during your visit. Guests should evaluate their own risk in determining whether to attend. Any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to Coronavirus. By coming to the park, you acknowledge and agree that you assume these inherent risks associated with attendance.

Guide to Avoiding Crowds

Several factors can affect how busy a day gets at our park. Listed below are conditions that increase crowd size as well as some times of day for certain activities. These are meant to be general estimates based on patterns, not exact, and can vary for no perceivable reason. This guide is meant to help those who want to avoid busier days and larger crowds for their comfort level due to the CoronaVirus. We have implemented many health and safety changes and will be encouraging social distancing.

For more information regarding health and safety measures we have implemented please visit the COVID-19 tab.

Condition Busy With Many Guests Less Busy
Weather Sunny clear day in 70 degree range Any weather forecast with 30% chance of rain or higher OR High heat index with high humidity.
Day of Week Weekends particularly Saturdays Monday,Tuesday and Thursday.
Tickets *We typically open ticket booths at 11:30am 12 pm till 1 pm 11:30-12 pm OR After 1:00pm
Special events Whiskey River Rail Day: July 11, 2020 the entire day and long ticket lines at opening.
Concession building 1:00pm to 3:30pm; 30 mins prior to closing time 12:00pm to 1:00pm; after 3:00pm
Blue snack shack When train arrives and the leaves train depot Early in the day and later afternoon near closing time