Wet’n’Wild Toronto Water Park Open in Summer 2017

Bowl ride at Wet'n'Wild Park
Bowl ride at Wet'n'Wild Park

Toronto now has its own Wet’n’Wild! The new water park in Toronto from Premiere Parks, LLC, which will open June 30, 2017, features exciting rides, including the longest and tallest slides, as well as other amenities such as renting your own cabana! We’re excited about Wet’n’Wild Toronto and are giving away 4 tickets to a lucky winner (giveaway has closed).

Have a look at some of Wet’n’Wild Toronto’s rides:

Bear Footin’ Bay

This water structure features sprayers, slides, and a giant tipping bucket for a massive splash.

Bowl ride at Wet'n'Wild Park
Bowl ride at Wet’n’Wild Park

Hurricane and Typhoon

This bowl ride will send you through two slippy curves, steep slopes and into a wide-open bowl.

Klondike Express

Slide along a mat headfirst into side-by-side tunnels, through a 360º loop and down a gravity-defying drop to the racing lanes below.

Tornado Wave at Wet'n'Wild
Tornado Wave at Wet’n’Wild

Krazy Kanuck

Four riders can blast through these Wet’n’Wild adventure slides, one with back-to-back curves, drops, and vortex loops and the other with a steep chute and curved wall leaves riders hanging in zero gravity! These slides are the first of their kind in the world!

Oh Canada!

Stand in the longest and tallest capsule in Canada, then watch the floor suddenly drop out and freefall through a near-vertical chute, falling straight down before spiralling through a 360˚ loop.

Kids Zone at Wet'n'Wild water park
Kids Zone at Wet’n’Wild water park

Wet’n’Wild Jr.

The young ones can enjoy mini slides, spray toys, and a tipping bucket in this family oasis.


Rent a cabana for the day and live like a celebrity. Cabanas include two chaise lounges, patio table with chairs, couch, personal wait staff, two Wet’n’Wild Toronto souvenir towels, and sunscreen. Cabanas are first-come, first-served, so arrive early to choose your favourite location in the park. Cabanas are $125 + tax: Monday – Thursday and $175 + tax: Saturday/Sunday and Holidays. There is a maximum of 8 people per cabana. Cabana rentals do not include park admission.

The Sports Complex

The Sports Complex is a state of the art sports facility featuring a full size turf field measuring 300′ X 200′, which can be divided into 3 fields each sized at 100′ X 200′.

The complex can accommodate sports and activities including: soccer, frisbee, football, volleyball, a golf driving range, training camps and clinics, tournaments, birthday parties, corporate events and restaurant services.

Wet’n’Wild Toronto Hours

Wet’n’Wild Toronto is open 10:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. June 30, 2017 through Labour Day.

Tickets to Wet’n’Wild Toronto

General Admission: $39.95 plus HST ($37.95 plus HST online)
Junior Admission (under 48″): $29.95 plus HST
Children 2 and under: Free
Online service fee: $3.95 per order.
Daily Parking: $15
Season Pass: $74.95. Buy 4 or more at $64.95.
Season Parking Pass: $39.95

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Twitter:          @wetnwildtoronto
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Facebook:      WetnWildToronto

Wet’n’Wild Toronto is located at 7855 Finch Avenue West at Hwy 427 in Brampton.

Our giveaway has closed. Congrats to Tanya N.!

This contest appears on Contest Canada


  1. For sure I would go on the rides,right along with the kids…I LOVE waterparks!!!

  2. I wouldn’t be taking any kids…this would be a day of fun just for me & friends! ❤☀

  3. I would love to go on some of the rides but, I mostly love watching the kids and their enjoyment on their faces.

  4. I definitely don’t let them have all the fun… I love going with the kids on the rides!

  5. I am getting braver about going on the rides myself! We are all chickens so it is great to go and push ourselves out of our comfort zones.

  6. It makes no sense that it is called Wet’n’Wild Toronto, it should be called Wet’n’Wild Brampton

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