Top 5 Indoor Waterparks in Ontario

Four kids playing under a waterfall in an indoor waterpark

Photo credit: Fallsview Waterpark

Enjoy your next aquatic adventure at these indoor waterparks and slides that will keep you coming back. And because they are located in resorts or hotels, you can make it a family weekend getaway.

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Great Wolf Lodge

Great Wolf Lodge has one of the biggest indoor waterparks in Canada, along with a nature-themed amusement centre and luxury, kid-friendly accommodation. One of three great indoor waterparks located in the Niagara region, Great Wolf Lodge is perfect for an unforgettable family getaway. While the kids enjoy the water activities, parents can relax poolside in a rented cabana. Great Wolf Lodge is home to huge waterslides, rides and activities for all ages. Start with the family raft ride slide called the Wooly Mammoth, or the hit the Niagara Rapids Run, a thrilling water roller coaster. For the brave members of the family, there’s the Canada Vortex, an epic slide with a four story drop in mere seconds.

Location: 3950 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls

Waves Indoor Waterpark

Located in American Waterpark Resort & Spa, the glass structure that surrounds Waves Indoor Waterpark lets in lots of natural light and Waves is the only Niagara waterpark with a retractable roof to make the most of the summer season. Younger kids love the beach-entry wave pool and splashing under the giant tipping bucket. Older kids will spend hours in the tube and body slides, while adults can soak in the 16-person hot spa. There really is a little something for everyone, it’s the ultimate place to relax with the entire family.

Location: 8444 Lundys Lane Niagara Falls, ON

Fallsview Indoor Waterpark

Often voted the best indoor waterpark in Canada, Fallsview has the widest selection of waterslides and activities including 16 different waterslides, The Toob Tower, a wave pool, the Canadian Plunge, the Niagara Tipping Bucket, an Atlantis attraction, hot springs and the famous jungle-themed Fallsview Beach. Challenge your kids on the racing slides; the winner has the first choice of bed in the large resort rooms on-site (day-passes are also available).

Location: 5685 Falls Avenue, Niagara Falls

Plunge!  Blue Mountain

Blue Mountain is a popular all-year destination thanks in a big way to The Plunge!, an year-round indoor/outdoor pool facility with a waterslide and a rope swing. The heated pool makes it a fun and cozy hotspot to enjoy during the winter.

Location: 220 Gord Canning Drive, Blue Mountains

Chelsea Hotel Corkscrew Waterslide

Although it’s not technically a waterpark, the indoor ‘corkscrew’ is downtown Toronto’s favourite waterslide. It curves around the Chelsea Hotel and twists and turns before emptying into the indoor swimming pool. There’s also a teen lounge in the hotel that features arcade games, a foosball, pool table and two Xbox Ones.

Location: 33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto

Last updated: April 25, 2022

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