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Complete Guide to Wet n Wild Toronto

Ultimate Guide to Wet N Wild Toronto

Adulting can be hard, so sometimes we all deserve a splash of childhood joy. To reclaim carefree summer days, why not grab your family and head on over to Wet n Wild Toronto?

With exhilarating rides, splash zones for the little ones, and relaxing wave pools, Wet n Wild Toronto is THE spot for families seeking sun-soaked fun. Swap work stress for water play, and let the kids –and the kid in you– enjoy a day of aquatic excitement!

What is Wet n Wild Toronto?

Wet n Wild Toronto is a water park in Brampton, Ontario, near Toronto. Open since 1986, it spans 100 acres with 27 water slides, a wave pool, a lazy river, a zip line, and two kid-friendly splash areas. 

Formerly known as Sunshine Beach and Wild Water Kingdom, Wet n Wild opened in 1986. Starting with Dolphins’ Bay, a kids’ water playground, the park quickly evolved to feature children’s water slides, a wading pool, and multiple splash pads. 

Over the years, the park has added attractions like a colossal wave pool in 1992 – the fourth-largest in Canada. In 2016, Premier Parks took the reins and made extensive revamps, adding five more slides and two kiddie attractions.

Ticket Prices and Entry Guidelines for Wet n Wild Toronto

Ticket Prices and Entry Guidelines for Wet n Wild Toronto
Ticket TypesPrice
Weekday Online Ticket – Over 48″$39.95
Weekend Online Adult Ticket – Over 48″$49.95
Little Splash – Under 48″ and Senior Admission – 60+$39.95
Kids 2 and UnderFree
Entry Guidelines
Some rides and attractions might be closed due to maintenance or other reasons.
Make sure to wear appropriate swimwear at all times when inside the park.
For security reasons, you might need to show the credit card you used for the purchase when you visit.

Seasonal Passes for Wet n Wild Toronto

2024 Gold Season Pass

Benefits: 2024 unlimited visits, 1 free bring-a-friend ticket in June 2024, 1/2 price bring-a-friend ticket in August 2024, 10% off food and retail when using your ez-band 

Additional Offer: 1 free season pass parking bonus for 2024 automatically added to your cart with the purchase of four or more in a single transaction

Pricing Options: $69.95 or $9.99 per month via their 7-month payment plan

2024 Platinum Season Pass

Benefits: 2024 unlimited visits, 1 free bring-a-friend admission ticket in June, 1 free bring-a-friend admission ticket in July or August weekdays, free souvenir bottle with $1.77 refills all summer, 1/2 off cabana rental, 10% off food or retail purchases

Additional Offer: 1 free season pass park automatically added to your shopping cart with the purchase of four or more platinum passes in a single transaction

Pricing Options: $74.95 or $10.71 per month via their 7-month payment plan

2024 Season Pass Parking

Upload your Season Pass Parking Permit to your EZ-Band during the Season Pass processing. Note that parking is non-transferable and can only be utilized by the pass holder with the Season Pass Parking uploaded on their band.

Price: $54.95

How to Get There

How to Get There

Website: Wet‘n’Wild Toronto

Instagram: Wet’n’Wild Toronto (@wetnwildtoronto)

Address: 7855 Finch Ave W, Brampton, ON L6T 0B2

Hours: Subject to change: 11 AM to 5, 6, or 7 PM

Contact: (416) 369-0123

By Private Vehicle: Start by heading west on Gardiner Expressway W and continue onto ON-427 N via the ramp to Etobicoke. Travel for about 29.7 kilometers, then take the exit toward Finch Ave, following it to Wet ‘n’ Wild Toronto.

Things to Know

Things to Know

Alcohol Policy: Guests must be at least 19 years old to purchase, possess, or consume alcoholic beverages.

Appropriate Swimwear: Guests must wear appropriate swimwear, avoiding overly revealing styles to maintain a family-friendly atmosphere.

Dress Code: Streetwear, including jeans, is not allowed in pools or on slides. Guests with special accommodation needs should contact Aquatics management.

Footwear Regulations: Footwear is not allowed on any attraction except in specific areas. These include Big Surf, Coconut Cove, Wet’n’Wild Jr, and Muskoka Soakah, where aqua socks or aquatic-style footwear are permitted.

Outside Food and Beverages: Bringing coolers or outside food is prohibited, except for one factory-sealed or personal refillable plastic water bottle per person. Picnic tables are available, but no glass, alcohol, or barbecuing is allowed.

Parking Fees: Parking is $20.00 per vehicle at the gate (includes HST) or $15.95 + HST online. Premium and Gold Season Pass members may purchase a pass for $54.95 + HST.

Slide Attire Restrictions: Bathing attire with metal buttons, rivets, zippers, or snaps is not permitted on slides.

Smoking Policy: Smoking is only allowed in designated areas at the back of Coconut Cove and near Cannonball Falls.

Supervision: Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult while at the park.

Swim Diapers: Diaper-dependent guests must wear swim diapers or those specifically designed for aquatic use.

Rides at Wet n Wild Toronto

Bear Footin’ Bay

Bear Footin’ Bay is a water play structure bursting with interactive features such as slides to a giant tipping bucket that creates a splash below. Guests of all heights can ride, but on the purple and yellow slide, there’s a max height restriction of 48 inches.

Bermuda Triangle

You can challenge your sense of adventure on the three thrilling body slides of the Bermuda Triangle. With a height requirement of 42 inches or taller, these slides promise an exhilarating aquatic experience for guests seeking high-speed twists and turns.

Big Surf

Big Surf is a pool where a massive half-million gallons of water create waves for a family-friendly aquatic adventure. For this specific ride, guests under 40 inches must be accompanied by a responsible person.

Cannonball Falls

Cannonball Falls offer thrilling slides leading to refreshing waters below. To join in the excitement, guests must be 48 inches or taller, and note that shirts and loose articles of clothing or accessories are prohibited.

Caribbean Chaos

You can defy gravity on the Caribbean Chaos as you navigate tight curves, dips, and a steep chute before splashing onto the wave below! To join the excitement, guests must be 48 inches or taller.

Coconut Cove

Coconut Cove is where guests can grab a tube, soak up the sun, and peacefully float in this secluded pool with a massive stone waterfall backdrop. Please remember that no food or drinks are allowed in the pool.

Hurricane

You can go through a series of serpentine curves, drops, and chutes on Hurricane. Guests must be 42″ or taller, and those between 42″-48″ need to be with a responsible person; weight limits– max of 250 lbs for a single rider and 400 lbs for double riders.

Klondike Express

Guests can race headfirst through side-by-side tunnels, experiencing high-speed thrills, a 360º loop, and a gravity-defying drop at the Klondike Express. This exhilarating mat-riding competition is open to guests 42″ and taller.

Krazy Kanuck

On the Krazy Kanuck adventure slide, up to five riders soar through back-to-back curves, drops, and vortex loops. To join this exciting ride, guests must be 48″ or taller, and the combined weight cannot exceed 800 lbs, with a maximum of 5 ride

Oh Canada!

Oh Canada! welcomes thrill seekers. Those measuring 48″ or taller and weighing under 300 lbs, will freefall through a near-vertical chute and spiral through a thrilling 360˚ loop; for safety, no loose articles of clothing are permitted.

Muskoka Soakah

At Muskoka Soakah, you can grab a tube, catch some rays, and relax as you float along this refreshing “river.” Keep in mind that no food or drinks are allowed, and guests under 40″ must be accompanied by a responsible person.

Polar Pipeline and Tropical Twister

Those who go on the Polar Pipeline and Tropical Twister will race through two tubular slides featuring 360° curves and high-speed turns. Guests must be 42″ or taller, and weight cannot exceed 250 lbs for a single rider and 400 lbs for double riders.

Typhoon

At Typhoon, riders hurtle down a steep slope before blasting into a wide-open bowl, jetting high on the wall for peak thrills. Swimmers must be 48″ or taller, with weight restrictions of 250 lbs for a single rider and 400 lbs for double riders.

Wet n Wild Jr.

At Wet n Wild Jr., kids can experience mini slides, spray toys, a tipping bucket, and gallons of kid-sized fun. Do note that guests must be under 48″ to ride Lil Twister and Minnow Falls to provide a safe water adventure for the little ones.

Where to Eat at and near Wet n Wild Toronto

Subway

Website: Subway ® Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto

Instagram: Subway Canada (@subwaycanada)

Address: Food Court, 7855 Finch Ave W, Brampton, ON L6T 0B2

Hours: Mon-Sun: 6 PM- 10 AM

Contact: (416) 893-3383

If you’re feeling a little peckish, you can go to Wet n Wild’s Subway and grab one of their famous footlongs, 6” sandwiches, wraps, or salads. They also offer fresh-cut veggies, diverse protein choices, freshly baked bread, and irresistible cookies.

In-restaurant dining and curbside pickup are available. For any catering needs, their friendly team is ready to assist, and each Subway Restaurant is independently owned and operated by dedicated business owners and talented Sandwich Artists.

Resto Bar Cafe

Website: Resto Bar Cafe

Instagram: Resto Bar Cafe (@restobarcafebistro)

Address: 19 Kenview Blvd # 30, Brampton, ON L6T 5G6

Hours: Mon-Fri: 7 AM-4 PM

Contact: (905) 791-8111

Resto Bar Café is a great place to grab a bite before or after your Wet n Wild visit. Founded on the belief that good food can shape our daily lives, this neighborhood joint – only a 12-minute walk from the waterpark – prioritizes real, wholesome ingredients. 

They source fresh, local, and organic ingredients sourced from trusted farmers to create crowd favorites such as their chicken sandwich with pesto aioli, chicken parmigiana, turkey sandwich, and poutine. As a bonus, this restaurant offers free parking.

Shahi Darbar Restaurant

Website: SHAHI DARBAR RESTAURANT

Instagram: Shahi Darbar Restaurant (@shahidarbar108)

Address: 7633 Rockhill Rd, Mississauga, ON L4T 2Z9

Hours: Mon-Sun: 10 AM–10 PM

Contact: (905) 672-8108

If you’re craving for sumptuous Indian food after a whole day of swimming at the waterpark, then go to Shahi Darbar Restaurant. They strive to bring the genuine flavors of India, and they’re also known for their yummy vegetarian dishes. 

You should try their delicious noodle tikki burger, homemade aloo parathas, and well-seasoned samosas. Their restaurant is also clean and budget-friendly, and it’s located conveniently near Wet n Wild, only 15 minutes away by car.

What to do near Wet n Wild

Explore the Claireville Conservation Area

Website: Claireville Conservation Area

Instagram: Claireville Conservation Area

Address: 8180 Hwy 50, Brampton, ON L6T 0A6

Contact: (416) 661-6600

Just a 15-minute drive from Wet n Wild lies Claireville Conservation Area, a sprawling suburban oasis straddling Peel Region and Toronto. Encompassing 343 hectares, the park showcases wetlands, valleys, forests, grasslands, and more. 

It invites visitors to engage in activities like birdwatching, hiking, horseback riding, and biking while enjoying the natural beauty along the Humber River and its tributaries. Plus, it hosts nature-based educational programs, including summer day camps.

Take the kids to Fantasy Fair

Website: Fantasy Fair

Instagram: Fantasy Fair on Instagram

Address: 500 Rexdale Blvd Unit F006, Etobicoke, ON M9W 6K5

Hours: Mon-Sun: 11 AM–7 PM

Contact: (416) 674-5437

Only a 10-minute drive from Wet n Wild, Fantasy Fair at Woodbine Shopping Centre is Ontario’s largest indoor amusement park. Since its opening in 1985, Fantasy Fair now offers 12 full-sized rides, including a majestic 1911 50-foot Ferris wheel carousel. 

For younger visitors, the Dreamer’s Play Village features a 5,500-square-foot soft play area with engaging obstacle courses. Families can also enjoy a unique 3D movie experience at the XD simulation theatre. 

Gage Park

Website: Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse | City of Hamilton

Instagram: Gage Park Hamilton (@gageparkhamilton)

Address: 1000 Main St E, Hamilton, ON L8M 1N2

Hours: Monday: 3 AM–3 PM

 Tuesday: 7 AM–2 PM

 Wednesday: 11:30 AM–6 PM

 Thursday: 10 AM–9 PM

 Friday: 5 AM–4 PM

 Saturday: 6 AM–4:30 PM

 Sunday: 12 PM–6 PM

Contact: (905) 546-2489

Reflecting the Canadian City Beautiful movement of the 1920s, Gage Park stands as one of Hamilton’s iconic landscapes. In recognition of its historical importance, this lovely park received the inaugural CSLA Legacy Project Award in 2016. 

At the heart of the park – which is just a short 20-minute drive from Wet n Wild – a rose garden showcases 16 hybrid tea varieties and 14 climbing roses, creating a picturesque setting. We suggest visiting during mid-summer when the roses are in full bloom.

Where to Stay

Hilton Garden Inn

Website: Hotels in Brampton, Ontario, the Hilton Garden Inn

Instagram: Hilton Garden Inn (@hiltongardeninn)

Address: 2648 Steeles Ave E, Brampton, ON L6S 6J9

Contact: (905) 595-5151

Price: From $137 per night

Waterpark guests can experience comfort and convenience at Hilton Garden Inn Toronto, just off Highway 407 with easy access to Wet n Wild. Their contemporary hotel offers free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and ergonomic workspaces. 

Guests can also enjoy their free parking, American restaurant/bar serving breakfast and dinner, fitness centre, and indoor saltwater pool. Additional in-room amenities include microwaves, minifridges, and Keurig coffee makers for added convenience.

Hyatt Place

Website: Hyatt Place Toronto/Brampton

Instagram: Hyatt Place (@hyattplace)

Address: 3455 Queen St E, Brampton, ON L6T 0J5

Contact: (905) 487-8888

Price: From $149 per night

Hyatt Place is just minutes from Toronto Pearson International Airport and a great choice for your Wet n Wild stay. Their informal yet contemporary hotel offers modern rooms with Wi-Fi, TVs, and thoughtful amenities like coffee makers and minifridges. 

Suites provide additional comforts, such as kitchenettes and separate living spaces. Plus, they offer a heated indoor pool and 24-hour access to their gym, market, and casual eatery; convenient parking and breakfast options are also available.