A young boy laughing and having fun in the pool at a waterpark.

Lake Lisgar Waterpark, Tillsonburg

Cool off at Ontario water parks this summer

A young boy laughing and having fun in the pool at a waterpark.

Lake Lisgar Waterpark, Tillsonburg

Enjoy your next aquatic adventure at one of these outdoor Ontario water parks and slides that will keep you coming back.

Southern Ontario water parks

Calypso Waterpark

Dive into the largest wave pool in Canada!

The huge waves at Calypso Palace can surge almost two metres high — perfect for swimmers seeking a thrill. Alternatively, try splashing in the shallow waters or lounging on the beach.

Test your inner daredevil at Summit Tower, the tallest waterslide tower in Canada at 27 metres (90 feet) with 10 high-speed water slides. Calypso Waterpark also features two fully heated theme rivers and 100 water games in colourful play areas. 

Location: 2015 Calypso Street, Limoges

Culligan Water Park

With 25-metre lanes, a leisure pool, a lazy river, a 10-metre water slide and spray features, Kingston’s favourite water park has enough fun water activities for everyone to have a good time.

It offers both lane swimming and leisure swimming at different times, so you’ll be in good company no matter which type of swimming you enjoy.

Location: 303 York Street, Kingston

Wild Waterworks

Over five million litres of heated water crashes down every minute at Wild Waterworks’ popular wave pool — a never-ending source of water fun for everyone. Float along the Eazy River in a tube or splash with your kids at Little Squirt Works.

A variety of tube and body slides are available at this Ontario waterpark, featuring exciting twists and turns and drops on the Night Rider, Vertigo and Corkscrew. When you need to recharge, relax poolside or in a private cabana with food, drinks and frozen treats from food concession stands.

Location680 Waterfront Trail, Hamilton

Splash Works

Located in Canada’s Wonderland, Splash Works covers eight hectares (20 acres) with 17 different water slides and water attractions for people of all ages.

Splash Works is home to the famous Muskoka Plunge, an 18 metre (60 foot) tall water slide that has riders plummeting at speeds of up to 40 kilometres an hour. Kids will love the Lakeside Lagoon Pool, a kiddie splash pool with fun interactive spray features, and older teens will enjoy riding the Barracuda Blaster with its cannon bowl slide and high-speed pipes. Entry to Splash Works is free with admission to Canada’s Wonderland.  

Location: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Maple

Splashtown Niagara

This Ontario water park is located by Nickel Beach on the Niagara Parkway and offers thrills, slides and fun activities for families and friends. Trails, picnic areas, volleyball courts and public amenities are also available.

Paid Parking is available at Nickel Beach, and discounted parking is available with the purchase of a SplashTown Niagara pass. Admission to Nickel Beach is not included in the admission fee for SplashTown Niagara.

Location: 69 Lake Road, Port Colborne

Rail Yard Wake and Aqua Park

Book your summer fun time at one of Ontario’s largest Aqua Parks and Cable Parks. A wide range of packages are available, such as Early Bird Session Multi-Packs and group ticket rates. Fun activities include wakeboard and aqua park lessons, summer camps, birthday parties and more. Summer Camp, Early Bird Multi-Packs, Wakeboard and Aqua Park Sessions. 

Location: 5407 Queensville Side Road East, Mount Albert

Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto

There are tons of fun attractions at this Ontario water park such as Bear Footin’ Bay, an interactive water play structure complete with sprayers, slides and a giant tipping bucket, and Klondike Express, a high-speed mat-riding race where swimmers launch themselves headfirst through tunnels, a 360º loop and a gravity-defying drop to the finish line.

Ride their many thrilling water slides, including Cannonball Falls, Caribbean Chaos and Krazy Kanuck. Half a million gallons of water surge through the Big Surf, providing lots of wave-floating fun for you and your family. 

Location: 7855 Finch Avenue West, Brampton

FunSplash Sports Park

The ultimate water playground can be found at FunSplash Sports Park, where you can splash, climb, jump, swing, bounce and slide to your heart’s content. This Ontario water park takes place in a safe and friendly environment for all your friends and family to hang out and enjoy the fun water games.

Location: 5050 Harrison Road, Binbrook

Earl Haig Family Fun Park

With a splash pad, leisure pool, lazy river, mini-putt and much more, this Ontario water park lives up to its family fun name. Participants can save on admission by purchasing their Splash Passes or pre-booking with their Group Rates

Location: 101 Market Street South, Brantford

Bingemans Big Splash

Enjoy the largest wave pool in the Waterloo Region at Big Splash with its alternating wave patterns and circulating channel.

Take a ride in the Boomerango, a high-speed raft ride that hurtles riders up and down a nearly vertical wall, or play with your kids at the Spray ‘N’ Play, an interactive water playground with geyser jets, controllable water flows, children’s slides and a 4542-litre (1200-gallon) tipping water bucket. Popular water slides include Full Throttle, The Cyclone and Torpedo Bay.

Location: 425 Bingemans Centre Drive, Kitchener

SuperSplash Waterpark

Explore this exciting inflatable waterpark! Splash, climb, jump, swing, bounce and slide at this ultimate summer playground.  

Book ahead of time to guarantee your spot for large groups with over 10 people, and you can take advantage of their 10% discount on group bookings. 

Location: 425 Water Street South, St. Marys

Lake Lisgar Waterpark

The well-staffed, accessible and heated pool, giant twister waterslide, fun spray features and comfortable surroundings with loungers, a snack bar and picnic spots make this waterpark the best place for family fun during the summer.

The park will reopen for the season on Father’s Day weekend (June 15–16, 2024). 

Location: 8 Ross Street, Tillsonburg

East Park Water Park

This Ontario water park boasts seven water slides, including a single and double tube, mat slides and high-speed slides.

East Park also has a splash pad, a waterclimber with a tipping bucket and a wave pool with both shallow and deep water for kids of all ages and swimming levels. Parents can watch their kids from the comfort of the Tiki Bar Patio, where they can stay dry and enjoy a cool, refreshing drink. 

Location: 1275 Hamilton Road, London

Central Ontario water parks

Splash Ontario

The water parks at Splash Ontario resemble giant floating playgrounds, with climbing walls, monkey bars, swings, slides, trampolines, balance beams and more. They’re sure to provide hours of entertainment for you and your kids. This Ontario water park has two locations: one in Centennial Beach in the heart of downtown Barrie, and one in the shallow, warm waters of Tudhope Beach in Orillia. 

Location: 55 Lakeshore Drive, Barrie and 450 Atherley Road, Orillia

Splash Valley Waterpark & Resort

This family-friendly vacation spot is located near Astrolabe Lake and offers plenty of accommodations and activities for visitors of all ages. Its waterpark, opening June 15th, 2024, features three large waterslides, two smaller kiddie slides, a splash pad, paddle boats, water trampolines and watercraft rentals. In addition to the many water activities available, there are zip lines, a golf course and hiking trails. 

Location: 15906 Ontario Highway 17, Cobden

Northern Ontario water parks

Splash N Go Adventure Parks Limited

Enjoy racing, crawling and leaping across Splash N Go’s inflatable splash parks and floating obstacles all summer long. Splash N Go has two park locations: Bell Park in Sudbury and Sherkston Shores Resort near Lake Erie. 

Location: Ramsey Lake, Greater Sudbury and Sun Retreats Sherkston Shores, 490 Empire Road, Sherkston

Splashtown Manitoulin

The whole family with enjoy the obstacle courses and water-soaked rides at this fun waterpark on Manitoulin Island’s Lake Mindemoya. Make unforgettable summer memories with the ones you love.

Location: 10 will-o-wisp way, Mindemoya

Hoopla Island

This giant floating island located in both Kenora and Pinawa is tons of fun for everyone! Sessions lasting one or four hours can be booked online. Groups of 15 or more people can save with Hoopla Island’s group rates. 

Location: 35 Minnesota Street, Kenora and 5 Willis Drive, Pinawa

Splish Splash Water Park

The first water park in Thunder Bay, Splish Splash Water Park, is open seven days a week from 12–8:15 pm. Passes must be purchased on the day of your visit and hourly rates apply on Saturdays and holidays.

If you’re travelling to Thunder Bay, you can get a 25% discount on day passes by booking a stay with one of their Stay & Play partners

Location: 400 Lyon Boulevard, Thunder Bay

Discover Ontario's indoor water parks for splashing, sliding and swimming all year round.

Last updated: May 27, 2024

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