A bit late but I went to the Passholder Preview on Sunday 16th of May 2021
In order to enter, you mush reserve at the CGA website for a certain time. You can enter later than the time specified but not earlier. Park hours were 12 pm to 6 pm and you had to wear a mask at all times outside of eating areas. The park was not crowded though the lines at security were a bit of a bottleneck with initially only 2 lines open. While I was queueing for security, 2 more lines opened up and that made security much more quicker. Season passes were made (and my picture was taken) at the entrance gate rather than at the regular season pass processing place like normal.
After entering, my first ride since the whole Covid thing was the Gold Striker and the line started from where I took this picture. The ride was still quite rough and was aged but also still very fun. Each group were separated by a row.
The Whitewater Falls was closed for what looks like maintenance. It was not the only ride closed that day though.
After passing by the WWF, I tried to go on Bezerker but it was closed too. Instead, I went on the Barney Oldfield Speedway. The line was quite slow and the operations seemed a bit unusual from what I remembered. The next ride I went on was Tiki-Twirl, where it was a shrt wait and they kept 2 empty seats between each party.
Next ride was Psycho Mouse, which had new paint not only on the tracks but also on the building. Operations were bad on this ride as the did not dispatch a train until the train in front was at the final brake run. Eventually, the started dispatching trains once the train in front was at one of the MCBRs. Overall I waited 20-30 min for this ride
Parts of Camp Snoopy was closed for what seemed to be waterpark construction
The scenery for South Bay Shores looked really good in person, though I wish they kept the lighthouse or built a new one since it's in the logo.
Final ride of the day was Flight Deck and it was a walk-on. They also turned on some of the theming displays, something I haven't seen in a long time.
Final view of the park. Overall I had a fun day and it was a day I had been waiting for so long as my last time at the park was at Winterfest 2019, something unusual as normally I would go there quite often given that I live quite close to CGA. Some other rides that closed (from what I saw) include The Demon, Star Tower, Orbit, and Delta Flyer/Eagles Flight, though the rides may have opened since I left. The park seemed decently safe, although I did see a few people violate Covid safety rules