Tips for Planning a Visit to Canada’s Wonderland Splash Works – from lockers to lifeguards – read on to learn how to make the most of your visit to this fun-filled water park…
Tips for Planning a Visit to Canada’s Wonderland Splash Works
Splash Works in located in Canada’s Wonderland (Vaughan, Ontario – about an hour outside of Toronto). Water park admission is included in your regular park ticket.
Yes, bring your own towels and bathing suits (if you forget – there is a shop in the water park to buy all your water fun essentials). Backpacks and bags can be safely stored in lockers for a small fee. Don’t leave your phones, keys, bags unattended in Splash Works (it is a public space after-all).
There are life jackets available at no charge (FREE) for infants, children, youth, and adults. There are also life guards rotating at every water attraction; ensuring the safety and enjoyment of all visitors.
Height restrictions are clearly posted at each water slide. There are also men, women, and family/wheelchair accessible change rooms and washrooms.
For more information visit: Canada’s Wonderland Splash Works
Don’t miss these Splash Works attractions…
Muskoka Plunge – A 60ft (18 m) tall waterslide complex featuring four speed slides. Riders will feel the adrenaline rush when they step into an enclosed launch chamber and suddenly plummet into a high-speed free fall through S-curves and 360° loops at speeds of approximately 40 km/h.
Barracuda Blaster: Double up on Barracuda Blaster, as sliders zip down a high-speed pipe flume, then twist around the vertical banks of a giant whirling bowl of water before being flushed out into the Lazy River.
Black Hole: A four-story speed slide that takes sliders into an abyss of blackness, where they will twist, turn and splash in total darkness.
Riptide Racer: Rival sliders compete for first place as they take the liquid fast track down an enormous eight-lane splashway.
There is no food for sale in the water park itself. But remember you have admission to ALL of Canada’s Wonderland with your park admittance so it is just steps to food indulgences like funnel cake.
Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Blog Meets Brand and Cedar Fair. Opinions are my own.
SHARE: If you were to go to Canada’s Wonderland which would you do:
A) go on the Muskoka Plunge for an adrenaline rush
B) investigate the whole waterpark for family fun; finishing in the Lazy River
C) watch the family on the waterslides while you sit in the shade