What better way to beat the heat than to spend the day at a waterpark? Wet N' Wild Toronto (formerly known as Sunshine Beach and Wild Water Kingdom) is a fun destination for all sorts of pools, slides, and water activities. Initially opened in 1986, the waterpark reopened in 2017 after undergoing a $25 million renovation. With new rides and amenities and a greater focus on family, Wet N' Wild is ready to be a part of your summertime in Toronto.
Whether you prefer to chill in a lounge chair, float down a lazy river, or get your adrenaline pumping, there is a wide variety of attractions to choose from, and each has something different to offer. Bear Footin' Bay is a kids' water play area with sprayers, slides, and a giant tipping bucket meant to splash people below it. Bermuda Triangle features three different body slides. Big Surf is a giant wave pool. Ready for some thrill rides? Caribbean Chaos, an inflatable tube ride down a steep chute, defies gravity with its tight curves and dips. On Oh Canada, the floor suddenly drops out, and riders plummet straight down this nearly vertical tube ride. For an additional fee, visitors can soar across the park on the Jet Stream Zip Line. This is only a selection of what is available at Wet N' Wild Toronto.
This 45-acre tropical-themed park brings guests into a comfortable, fun, and safe environment in a resort-like setting. Its focus on safety (such as lifeguards, lifejackets for nonswimmers) and cleanliness make it a popular family destination.
Leave your jewelry at home or rent a locker to enjoy the thrilling Oh Canada! vertical slide. No jewelry, including necklaces, rings, bracelets, or body piercings, are allowed on the ride. In addition, none of the slides permit bathing suits with metal buttons, rivets, zippers, or snaps.
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