By CBSLA Staff

VALENCIA (CBSLA) – People heading to Six Flags Magic Mountain are no longer required to make a reservation to visit the park and those that are fully vaccinated can leave their masks at home.

Diana Navarro, 27, of Baldwin Park, and her sons, Moises, 7, left, and Mason, 6, make their way inside Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia.

The park announced the new guidelines and park policies that went into effect on June 15 when the state dropped most COVID-19 restrictions.

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The park also announced that all visitors are now welcome, including those coming from outside of California.

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All unvaccinated guests are still required to wear masks while indoors.

The park said that sanitation and regular cleaning will continue throughout the park and all employees will be required to wear masks and go through temperature screenings.

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More information about park policies can be found here.