Are Out Of State Travelers Now Allowed to Visit CA Theme Parks?




Some rumblings on social media late Tuesday evening brought attention to California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy, put out by the California Public Health Department (CPHD), which appears to have been updated on April 19th.

Reports state that Sea World San Diego has updated their policy to say that they will now welcome out-of-state guests who can show their completed COVID-19 vaccination card or proof of a negative COVID-19 test that was taken within 72-hours of their visit.

The question mainly lies in the small addendum on the eighth page of the document; see image below.

As Twitter user Joe Kleiman (@ThemedReality) shows in the tweet below, there is definitely some confusion happening here as to whether or not you need to actually live in California to attend a theme park there.

Of course, as MAJOR fans of Disneyland, we've got our eyes on the prize and are waiting with bated breath for the state of California to begin allowing non-residents to visit the theme parks. As we've previously reported, Disneyland will reopen on April 30, 2021, but only to California residents.

Theme Park reporter Carlye Wisel posted that she's reached out to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to get some clarification on whether the addendum applies to theme parks or not since it is unclear based on the document itself.

Once we learn more about how this will affect the California theme parks and out-of-state guests visiting them, this article will be updated at the top.