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Wild Water Kingdom (Brampton)

Family Tested
High energy

Wild indeed!

2017: will reopen after renovations! 

I'm not sure if Wild Water Kingdom includes less slides than the water games section of Canada's Wonderland but it is almost half the price. If you're planning to stay in the water all day, this is certainly your best bet, especially with children 48 inches and over. Last time we visited, there were 13 body and tube slides, 2 7-storey speed slides along with a wave pool, a lazy river and the entertaining pool, all are enough to satisfy the legions of teenagers invading the site daily. (They switched to salt water in 2010.) All slides but 3 have a 48 inches minimum height requirement (Cork Screw, Side Winder and Little Twister are accessible for kids 42 inches and over). Younger children will thoroughly enjoy the large Dolphin Bay water playground. (I know I did!). It includes beach-like access, small water slides passing through a mushroom, a fish and a frog, a splashing structure with sprays and a tube slide, plus wading pools linking it all. Then, there's the Big Tipper with large buckets emptying tons of water over willing visitors.

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