A Gigantic Floating Waterpark Is Now Open Outside Toronto
Get ready, Ontario finally has its very first floating water park and it’s located at Barrie’s Centennial Beach.
The structure spans over 13,000 square feet of inflatable fun on the water, with paddle rafts, slides, wobbling bridges and lots more. The concept was started by Okanagan Wibit, which have owned and operated similar parks in British Columbia since 2014. Lucky for us, SplashON is now open for some summer splashing!
All participants must sign a waiver to gain access, and those aged 5 years old or less need to be accompanied by an adult. Here are the prices:
Are you going to go to the floating waterpark this summer? Let us know in the comments.
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