After the warm temperatures on Sunday, we know that summer is just around the corner in Toronto.
And what’s better than summer days at a water park?
With the massive re-branding and opening of Wet’n’Wild in Toronto, the new water park has announced its lineup of thrilling attractions for the summer. Some of the new slides are the longest, tallest, and first of their kind in Canada.
“As Wet’n’Wild’s first location in Canada, we’re thrilled to bring a unique Canadian flavour to the waterpark experience,” said general manager Steve Mayer in a statement. “Our new record breaking attractions are sure to provide summer fun for the entire family.”
Wondering what to expect? Here’s a preview.
Bear Footin’ Bay
A water play structure full of interactive features like sprayers, slides, and a giant tipping bucket to make a super splash below.
Hurricane and Typhoon
Canada’s longest bowl water slide will send you blasting through two slippy curves, steep slopes and into a wide-open bowl.
Mat-riding competitors will launch themselves headfirst into side-by-side tunnels. This high-speed race through a 360º loop and gravity-defying drop to the racing lanes below will leave competitive riders wanting more.
Up to four riders can blast through these Wet’n’Wild adventure slides that are the first of their kind in the whole world. One with back-to-back curves, drops, and vortex loops and the other with a steep chute and curved wall that will leave riders hanging in zero gravity.
Standing in the longest and tallest capsule in Canada, thrill seekers will feel the adrenaline rush as the floor suddenly drops out and they freefall through a near-vertical chute, plummeting straight down before spiralling through a 360˚ loop.
This one is for the little ones. Mini slides, spray toys, a tipping bucket, and gallons of kid-sized fun await you in this ultimate family oasis.
So, who’s ready for summer?