A new adventure on the water opens for the season at Ontario Place. The Lake Shore Inflatable Water Park has arrived at Ontario Place and claims to be the largest of its kind in the entire province.
Your ticket gives you access to two hours of floating fun, including frog swings, big slides, orbits, and more.
“And for the teens, be sure to have fun with the Blob – a large, inflatable ‘pad’ that’s a fun time to climb up but even more fun to descend,” the website says.
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There’s a whole variety of obstacles, slides, climbing walls and jumping areas to explore, and you’ll need to rock a life jacket and a pair of non-slip socks to ensure your safety, which is available at purchase on site for $2.50 per pair.
There are plenty of other safety do’s and don’ts you should know before you go, all of which are listed on the inflatable park’s website.
And although there are a few rooms available, it is recommended to book in advance to guarantee your place.
This activity is ideal for a sunny day, you might want to check the weather before booking your tour. In the event of a thunderstorm, the water park will close until it is safe to return, but no refunds will be issued.
You don’t have to walk to Wet n’ Wild or SplashWorks for thrills on the water this summer. This bouncy park is within the city borders and just minutes away by public transit.
Lake Shore Inflatable Water Park
Where: Place de l’Ontario, 955, boul. Lake Shore West
When: Opening June 25