Frequently Asked Questions

Please note, children ages 3-10 MUST be accompanied by a person 16 years of age or older.

Is there a charge for parking at Wild Waterworks?
No, parking is free.


What is the Height Requirements for Night Rider & Blue Demon?
47 inches (119 centimeters) with a weight restriction of 400 lbs (136kg)


What is the Height and Weight Requirements for Vertigo & Sidewinder?
42 inches (107 centimeters) with a weight restriction of 400 lbs (136 kg)


What is the Height and Weight Requirements of Corkscrew & Kamikaze?
42 inches (107 centimeters) with a weight restriction of 300lbs (136kg)


Are there Concessions inside the Park?
Yes, we have 3 different concessions:
Ollie's Landing offers hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken fingers, fries and much more.
Breakers offers funnel cakes, pizza, fries and more.
Waves offers pre-packaged ice cream, ICEEs, chips, nacho's, coffee and much more.

Visit our food & drink page for more details.


Can we bring in outside food?
Yes, you can bring in outside food into the park. However, we do not permit glass, knives or alcohol.  Your cooler will be checked for these items.


When is the Wild Waterworks Operating Season?
June to Labour Day. Visit our hours of operation page for more information.


What is Sundown and when does it start?
Sundown rates are offered every day starting at 4 pm. Click here for Sundown Rates.


Do we offer Lifejacket Rentals? Can we bring in our own Lifejackets?
Yes, we offer lifejacket rentals at our Rentals building. If you wish to bring in your own lifejacket, they must be Transport Canada Approved Lifejackets.


Can we bring in our own Tubes? Can we rent Tubes?
Outside Tubes are not permitted. Wild Waterworks offers Tube Rentals to all customers at our Rentals Buildings. Tubes are provided for any attractions that require tubes. Tubes are permitted in the Wave Pool, but they are not provided.


Are there lockers provided to store our belongings for the day?
We have day lockers and single use lockers inside the park. Day lockers must be rented from the Rentals Building. Single use lockers are inside the change rooms for a fee.


How can you protect yourself and others against Recreational Water Illness?
PLEASE do not swim when you have diarrhea. You can spread germs in the water and make other people sick.
PLEASE do not swallow pool water. Avoid getting water in your mouth.
PLEASE practice good hygiene. Take a shower before swimming and wash your hands after using the toilet or changing diapers.
PLEASE take your kids on bathroom breaks or check diapers often. Waiting to hear "I have to go" may mean that it's too late.
PLEASE change diapers in bathroom or diaper changing area & not poolside.
PLEASE wash your child thoroughly (especially their rear end) with soap and water before swimming.


Does the Park close on overcast or rainy days?
We hope that the weather is cooperative during your visit to Wild Waterworks. We make every effort to remain open during periods of rain or cool weather. In the event that we close the facility for the day, all guests will be entitled to a pass to return another day. If we close before 3 pm, each guest will receive a full day pass. If we close after 3 pm, each guest will receive a sunset pass. Sorry, but Wild Waterworks does not give monetary refunds due to inclement weather.


Can we bring in a cooler? Can we bring in an umbrella? Can we bring in lawn chairs?
Yes you can bring in coolers, we do not allow glass or alcohol. Umbrellas and lawn chairs are permitted as well. However, shade structures such as tents are NOT permitted. There are picnic tables throughout the park that are on a first come first serve basis.


What is there to do for a 2 year old?
Squirt Works is designed for children 0-9 supervised by their parents. Toddlers love this fun wading pool with sprays, mists and fountains. Children that are not toilet trained are required to wear swim rated diapers. Children can also enjoy The Eazy River and Wave pool with their parents.