9 of the best waterparks in Ontario you need to visit this summer (MAP)

Apr 18 2018, 3:15 am

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After a spring that never seemed to want to let go of winter, we’re happy to finally start looking forward to summer!

And what better way to spend a hot, sunny day in this province than heading to a place that has something for everyone: fun, excitement, and a lazy river.

Whether you’re rolling up with a car full of kids or you and your bestie just want the natural thrill of racing down an incredible waterslide, any of these Ontario water parks are exactly where you want to be spending your summer days.

Get ready to make a splash!


Wet'n'Wild Toronto waterpark

Wet’n’Wild Toronto

The 45-acre, tropical-themed water park is one of the latest and greatest additions to the greater Toronto area. Wet’n’Wild plays home to an aquatic jungle gym, gravity-defying slides, a mini-waterpark for children, and a sports complex.

Where: 7855 Finch Ave. W., Toronto

Hours of Operation: Open from 10:30 am to 7 pm during peak season

Price: Available online, general admission starts at $40.95

Calypso Waterpark

Calypso Theme Waterpark

Calypso Theme Waterpark

Calypso has a little something for everyone. Visitors can get their fill of adrenaline with Calypso’s ‘Black Hole’ slide, or kick back with a floatie in Canada’s largest wave pool. The waterpark also plays home to Summit Tower, the tallest waterslide tower in North America, with three different slides built to excite.

Where: 2016 Calypso Street, Limoges

Hours of Operation: Open from 10 am to 7 pm during peak season

Price: Available online, general admission starts at $39.99

Bingemans Big Splash Waterpark

Bingemans big splash waterpark

Bingemans Big Splash Waterpark

One standout attraction of Bingemans is ‘the Cyclone’, a massive gravity-powered slide that keeps the rider circling round and round until they drop into the splashdown pool below. Amongst the Cyclone and a number of other slides, the waterpark is a short walk away from a three-level indoor playground, an arcade, and a 28-lane bowling alley.

Where: 425 Bingemans Centre Drive, Kitchener

Hours of Operation: Open from 10 am to 7 pm during peak season

Price: Available online, general admission starts at $29.95

Canada’s Wonderland

Canadas Wonderland splash works


One of Canada’s renowned theme parks is not only home to 16 different roller coasters, but also to the Muskoka Plunge – a 60 ft. tall waterslide that pushes riders to speeds of over 40 km/h. In addition to over 7 different tube slides and a lazy river, the park will also be adding in two new rides and opening their new Lakeside Lagoon in time for Summer 2018.

Where: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughan

Hours of Operation: Open from 11 am to 6 pm during peak season.

Price: Available online, general admission starts at $39.99

Wild Waterworks

Wild Waterworks

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Between one of Canada’s largest outdoor wave pools and body slides the sit at six-stories high, Wild Waterworks is the place to go in Hamilton to cool off. For those who want a lazy summer day without the scorching heat, their ‘Easy River’ takes riders on a scenic and self-propelled tube ride as they kick back and relax.

Where: 680 Van Wagners Beach Road, Hamilton

Hours of Operation: 11 am to 8 pm

Price: Available online, general admission starting at $26.37

Logos Land

Logos Land Resort


Not only does Logos Land offer its fair share of giant waterslides, kiddie slides, water trampolines, and a splash pad, but they have plenty to entertain when visitors are out of the water as well. In between slides, guests can try their hand at mini golf, volleyball, kayaking, or a stand-up paddleboard.

Where: 15906 Highway 17, Cobden

Hours of Operation: Open from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm

Price: General admission starts at $23.00

Cedar Park Resort

Cedar Park Resort waterslide

Cedar Park Resort

The popular summer campground also hosts three large slides that stand several stories high, a water park with jets, waterfalls, and a massive bucket, as well as splash pads and resort pools. Or, for when you’re between slides, an 18-hole mini golf course to see who the best golfer is.

Where: 6296 Cedar Park Road, Bomanville

Hours of Operation: Open from 10 am to 6 pm during peak season

Price: General admission starts at $12.39 and an additional $7.08 to access the water slides.

Sherkston Shores

Sherkston Shores waterpark

Sherkston Shores

Sitting on the beautiful shores of Lake Erie, the Sherkston Shores Resort has more than 560 acres or explore. Not only can visitors cool off in the pools, waterslides, and splash pad, but can try their hand at mini-golf, an aerial challenge course, and a rock wall.

Where: 490 Empire Rd, Sherkston

Hours of Operation: Open from 8 am to 9 pm during peak season.

East Park Waterpark

east park waterpark


The latest addition to the seven waterslides at East Park – including their 55′ high bullet slide – will be a state-of-the-art wave pool set to open for summer of 2018. Those who need a break from the water will enjoy the Go-Karts, batting cages, and driving range.

Where: 1275 Hamilton Rd, London

Hours of Operation: Open from 12 to 7 pm during peak season.

Price: General admission starts at $25

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