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Slide Into Summer With Canada’s Wildest Waterparks

photo credit: @cultuslakewaterpark

With the scorching summer heat right around the corner, Canada’s Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario is gearing up for the season with the introduction of a huge new waterslide. The Muskoka Plunge is a towering 60-ft waterslide that features four “drop slides,” S-curves and 360-degree loops that’ll throttle riders at speeds as fast as 40 km/h.

If the Muskoka Plunge seems too daring, there are loads more Canadian waterparks to explore. Whether you’re looking for thrill or looking to chill, these waterparks make great destinations—check them out below:


Calypso Park

2015 Calypso St, Limoges, ON

As Canada’s biggest theme waterpark, Calypso boasts 35 waterslides and the tallest free-stranding waterslide tower in North America. If slides aren’t your thing, take a dip in the 52,000-square-foot (a space big enough to accommodate you and 2,000 friends) wave pool.

Come ride the waves with us! Venez braver les vagues de Calypso!

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Shining Waters

8885 Cavendish Rd. Cavendish, PEI

Shining Waters has a huge splash pool and four large waterslides. Adrenaline junkies should consider the Crossbow or the Cannonbowl, which drives riders through a bowl of swirling rapids. But if you’re looking for something less intimidating, there are many tamer slides to choose from, too.

Perfect way to spend a hot day!

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Cultus Lake Waterpark

4150 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake, BC 

Bring your squad to Cultus Lake‘s Colossal Canyon slide, which drops rafts from 75ft, twisting and winding through trees for 700 ft. For something even more thrilling, tackle the Valley of Fear, the province’s only free-fall tube ride.


West Edmonton Mall World Waterpark

8882-170 Street, Edmonton, AB

It may be indoors, but that doesn’t mean the West Edmonton Mall waterpark is lacking in fun. Splash around in the wave pool, brave one of their 17 slides or master the waves in the waterpark’s Tsunami Club, which simulates the perfect surf conditions.

Kid at heart ❤️

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