Popular Pennsylvania Amusement Parks Expected To Reopen Today, Closed Monday Due To Flooding

Central Pennsylvania – Popular with Delaware residents, Hersheypark, Knoebels, and ZooAmerica were closed on Monday due to heavy rain and flooding.

On Monday Hersey Park Tweeted that they expected to reopen today barring any unforeseen weather changes overnight.

“Hersheypark is slated to resume operations tomorrow, Tuesday, July 24, as scheduled at 10:00 a.m., barring any unforeseen weather changes overnight. Please note ZooAmerica will remain closed. Our team continues to watch conditions closely and will post updates here.”

That same Tweet also advised guest that ZooAmerica will remain closed on Tuesday.

As of 9:30, Tuesday morning, Knoebles said that they will reopen on a limited basis, according to a park employee who answered the phone.


On Monday Hershey Park and ZooAmerica were closed due to the rain and flooding.

Knoebles was also closed on Monday due to the weather.

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