Amusement Park Boarding Pass Programs

For a child on the autism spectrum with mobility restrictions, the long, cramped lines for attractions at Cedar Point or Kings Island can be difficult. To make the experience safer and easier for guests, the company that owns both amusement parks has created a Boarding Pass Program, allowing those unable to wait in lines, along with three guests, to check in and return later to ride through an alternate access entrance.


For more information on Boarding Pass, at Cedar Point or Kings Island,
check with guest services when entering the park.