Seabreeze won’t open due to COVID-19 for first time in 141 years

Seabreeze will not open this year.

Management announced on Thursday that it would not open due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The Norris Family, which operates the park, says it’s the first time in 141 years that it will not have opened.

“We had everything in place to operate the park in a safe and responsible manner,” the management said.

The amusement park plans to open on May 22, 2021.

People who have a Seabreeze Passport for the 2020 season will have it roll over 2021 season at no cost, plus two complimentary one-day passes and $20 in Food Bucks. Refunds are also available.