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Welcome to Toronto Water Parks

Centreville Amusement Park

Centreville Amusement Park is your go-to destination during summer holidays. It offers more than 30 rides, attractions and 14 food outlets. The 600 acres park is located just across the harbor from the city of Toronto.

As stated on their website, you and your family can spin yourself silly in the Twirling Tea Cups, take a plunge in the Log Flume or bounce around in Bumper Boats and Bumper Cars – plus to ride Antique Carousel!

9 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5J 2H3 (View Map)

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Canada’s Wonderland

This Canada’s premier amusement park is open through spring, summer, fall and winter. At Canada’s Wonderland you can bring your family, kids, friends or even your date for an amazing day-off. Park offers more than 200 attractions for visitors of all ages.

As stated on their website, at Canada’s Wonderland you can take a ride on any one of 17 roller coasters, including Yukon Striker, the world record-breaking dive coaster! Splash and play in a 20-acre water park. Enjoy world-class entertainment offerings, shows, and international food festivals!

1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughan, ON L6A 1S6 (View Map)

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Wild Waterworks

Best place for summer fun is a water park. Not any park, but Wild Waterworks. It’s located at Confederation Beach Park in Hamilton, Ontario, and offers various activities for all ages. Come to Wild Waterworks to try one of Canada’s largest outdoor wave pools, and tube slides, body slides, eazy river, little squirt works and more. Go solo or bring your friends along for an amazing experience.

680 Van Wagners Beach Rd, Hamilton, ON L8E 3L8 (View Map)

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Rail Yard Wake & Aqua Park

Since 2018 Rail Yard Wake & Aqua Park offers over 18 exciting features including: trampolines, monkey bars, flippers, slides, hurdles, rockers, rollers, a climbing wall, and much more. It is known as the largest water park in Ontario. Check it by yourself.

According to the website, they offer summer camps for children ages 8 – 15 years. They offer cable rentals for birthdays, family gatherings, schools, camps, and even bachelorette parties. BBQ food and snacks available on-site, including a licensed waterfront patio.

5407 Queensville Side Rd E, Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0 (View Map)

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Kidstown Waterpark

Kidstown is one of the most popular outdoor water parks for preschool and grade school children and it is the only water park operated by the City of Toronto. For families with children, Kidstown Waterpark can offer a tipping bucket, spray rings, squirting aquatic animals, a slide, wading pool and much more.

As stated on their website, families enjoy the grassy picnic area, which is suitable for watching older children while enjoying the park atmosphere.

3159 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough, ON M1V 1S4 (View Map)

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