A new adventure on the water is opening for the season at Ontario Place. Lake Shore Inflatable Waterpark has arrived at Ontario Place and it claims to be the biggest of its kind in the whole province.

Your ticket grants you access to two hours of floaty fun, including teeter-totters to frog stomps, large slides, orbits, and more.

“And for the teens, be sure to have fun the Blob — a large inflatable ‘cushion’ that’s a fun time to climb but even more fun to get down from,” the website says.

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There’s a whole variety of obstacles, slides, climbing walls, and jumping areas to explore, and you’ll have to rock a life jacket and a pair of grip socks to ensure your safety, which is available for purchase on-site for $2.50 per pair.

There are plenty of other safety do’s and don’ts that you should be aware of before you go, all of which are listed on the inflatable park’s website.

And while there is some walk-in room available, advance reservations are recommended to guarantee your spot.

This activity is ideal for a sunny day, so you may want to check the weather prior to reserving your visit. In the event of a thunderstorm, the water park will shut down until it’s safe to return, but refunds won’t be issued.


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You don’t have to trek all the way to Wet n’ Wild or SplashWorks for some thrills on the water this summer. This inflata-park is within the city’s borders and a quick transit ride away.

Lake Shore Inflatable Waterpark

Where: Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd West
When: Opens June 25