It’s summertime here in Ontario and water parks are the best way to beat the heat and have some fun at the same time. Thankfully, our province has no shortage of them, with heart-pounding tunnels, thrilling slides, lazy rivers, and wave pools you’ll want to float in all day long.

Here are 6 of the best water parks in Ontario worth checking out this summer. Which will you be hitting first?

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Wet n’ Wild

This 100-acre waterpark in Brampton boasts endless attractions, including gravity-defying tunnels, thrilling free-fall chutes, towering slides with epic twists and trusts, and a lazy river.

The water park is open on weekends only throughout June and will be open every day of the summer season starting in early July.

Where: 7855 Finch Ave W, Brampton

Wibit Water Parks by Splash ON

Canada’s largest inflatable waterpark, created by Splash ON, is coming to a beach less than 90 minutes north of Toronto.

This experience is described as a “giant floating playground known as the most interactive water experience” that our province has to offer.

This floating playground will feature climbing walls, monkey bars, swings, slides, trampolines, balance beams, and fun-filled obstacles of all kinds.

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Where: Centennial Beach, Barrie & Tudhope Beach, Orillia

SplashWorks at Canada’s Wonderland

Canada’s premier amusement park has its very own water park, called SplashWorks, and it is full of aquatic attractions.

SplashWorks has a brand new cliff-jumping attraction called Mountain Bay Cliffs, along with Canada’s largest outdoor wave pool, 17 water slides, and a Lazy River.

Where: Canada’s Wonderland

Bingeman’s Big Splash

This destination in Kitchener isn’t only a water park, but also a summertime paradise with mini-golf, beach volleyball, an indoor playland, a bowling lounge, and more.

Of course, there are plenty of slides and tunnels too, as well as the first and largest wave pool in the Waterloo region.

Where: 425 Bingemans Centre Dr, Kitchener

Calypso Waterpark

Located east of Ottawa, this spot will require a road trip if you’re coming from the GTA.

However, Calypso is the biggest theme waterpark in Canada, so if aquatic fun is what you’re after, the drive is totally worth it.

There are 35 slides, 100 water games, and two theme rivers at this spot, as well as VIP zones and restaurants. The fun doesn’t stop!

Where: 2015 Calypso St, Limoges

Wild Waterworks


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You’ll find this epic sprawling waterpark in the Hamilton region and it opens in mid-June.

It boasts one of Canada’s biggest heated wave pools, a relaxing lazy river, epic tube slides, heart-pounding tunnels, and a separate water park just for small kids.

A little bit of everything, for everyone!

Where: 680 Van Wagners Beach Rd, Hamilton