Brampton's Only Waterpark Officially Open For The Season

 

The weather is expected to be very hot and humid this week in Brampton. And, what better way to celebrate this great weather other than attending Brampton's only waterpark?

Wet 'n' Wild recently opened up for the season and they have totally changed from the old Water Wild Kingdom. With over $25 million dollars invested in new rides and amenities, the new Wet’n’Wild aims to be a world-class, family water park.

The waterpark is around 45 acres big and boasts a tropical theme. According to the park's website, families will enjoy a safe, clean environment with the latest industry innovations and technology being used to create a superior guest experience.

Their regular-season pass is now only $69.95, which includes unlimited visits, discounted tickets and discounts on food/retail purchases. However, until July 7, people can receive a free upgrade to the gold pass, which includes a free souvenir bottle, 50 per cent off cabana rental, 50 per cent off jet stream zip lines, discounted tickets, discounts on food/retail purchases and a free friend ticket.

The park introduced many new attractions such as the Krazy Kanuck family raft ride, Bear Footin’ Bay, Wet 'n' Wild Junior and the Klondike Express when they reopened in 2017.

Here is a look at their most recent additions:

Bear Footin’ Bay


A water play structure packed with interactive features like sprayers, slides, and a giant tipping bucket

Hurricane and Typhoon


Two high-energy water slides with serpentine curves, steep slopes, and a wide-open bowl

Klondike Express


Side-by-side tunnels that go through a 360o loop and a gravity-defying drop to the racing lanes below

Krazy Kanuck


Four Wet’n’Wild adventure slides- one with back-to-back curves, drops, and vortex loops, and the other with a steep chute and curved wall that will leave riders hanging in zero gravity

Oh Canada!


A ride where the floor suddenly drops out and they rider freefalls through a near-vertical chute, plummeting straight down before spiralling through a [email protected] loop

Wet’n’Wild Jr.


A kid zone with mini slides, spray toys and a tipping bucket

Wet'n'Wild will close for the season on September 2.

Are you planning a trip to Wet'N'Wild this year?

Pictures courtesy of Wet'n'Wild

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