Water Parks in Ontario

When the weather is hot and steamy, there is nothing better at keeping you cool than getting wet and there are WAY better ways of getting wet than running through the sprinkler. There are a variety of water parks in Ontario that help keep you cool and are fun too!

If you are in the GTA, everyone knows about the incredible waterpark at Canada's Wonderland, but there are other, smaller places to play too, from splash pads to Wild Water Kingdom (re-opening in 2016) to Wave Pool, the GTA's only indoor wave pool.

Southwestern Ontario has Earl Haig, Bluewater Fun Park, Wild Waterworks, Bingemans, East Park, Adventure Bay and more! Southwestern Ontario is a big region, but you can pretty much have water fun anywhere there, so grab a towel and go!

When you visit Niagara Falls, you can get splashed while viewing the Falls themselves, but if you really want to get WET, Niagara Falls has become a hotbed of water parks! While some of the Amusement places are targeted at kids and families, there is no reason why adults have to get left out of the fun.  Check out Fallsview, Great Wolf Lodge, Waves Indoor Waterpark, Americana, Bissells Hideaway Waterpark and more.

href="http://www.summerfunguide.ca/central-ontario/amusement-parks-water-parks-mini-golf-more.html" target="_blank">Central Ontario is filled with beautiful lakes and rivers, so finding a place to cool off is easier here than in many other regions. But sometimes you want some excitement with your water, so how about a visit to High Falls "au-Natural" WATERPARK, Plunge! Aquatic Centre or Wild Water & Wheels?


Ottawa is known for museums and galleries, government pomp and circumstance and the beautiful Rideau Canal. While it doesn't have any water parks right in the city proper, some of the ones mentioned in the Eastern Ontario region are not far away, nor is Mont Cascades Waterpark, in Cantley, just 20 minutes from downtown Ottawa.

Northern Ontario is one of the most beautiful places in the world, but if you are looking for water-based fun, you're going to have to look for it in nature, as there are great amusement centres including Dinosaur Valley Mini-golf and more, but as of right now, no  waterparks!

If you are looking for waterparks, most of Ontario can accommodate. So suit up, grab a towel and head out for some wet and wild fun!