Keansburg Amusement Park Reopening Next Week


KEANSBURG, NJ – The Keansburg Amusement Park is reopening as allowed by Governor Phil Murphy’s relaxing of his draconic executive orders.

“Our amusement park and waterpark plan to open July 2nd following all state protocol. Further details and requirements will be announced this week. Thank you,” the company said.

The beach, parking lot, fishing pier, batting cages, CJ’s spot and fishing pier will be open daily starting Saturday June 27th.

Heidelberg and Pavilion Bar & Grill: Starting June 27th will be open daily (weather permitting). Outdoor dining & drinking will be allowed for the 2020 season. Following the governor’s rules, all guests will need to be seated, required to follow social distancing rules, and are recommended to wear masks to help reduce the spread of Covid-19.

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“As we do everything in our power to make the 2020 season as enjoyable as possible, we ask you to promise us,” the company added. “If you have been exposed to COVID-19 recently or have symptoms of COVID-19 please help our guests and employees stay safe by staying home. If you have underlying health conditions, we ask for you to consider your individual risks and consult your physician. If you come to our facility, you agree to follow all social distancing and sanitary guidelines.”

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