Wet’n’Wild is the Perfect Spot for Group Picnics This Summer
In the hot summer days, there’s nothing as relaxing as a good picnic or as fun as visiting a water park - but how about combining them both into one trip?
Luckily for Brampton residents, one of Ontario’s top outdoor attractions is a water park found right here in the city.
Wet’n’Wild Toronto, located at 7855 Finch Avenue West (near the intersection of Finch and Steeles) is a fantastic and affordable spot to spend some time this summer, whether you’re planning the perfect picnic or just want to have some fun in the water.
The park’s pleasant atmosphere and attractive scenery make it an ideal place to enjoy an outdoor meal. Its picnic area is a good home base for groups, allowing the older adults to relax while the kids enjoy the water park.
Wet’n’Wild makes it super easy to host a group outing, whether you’re going with family, friends, organizing a work trip, and more.
If you’re visiting with a bigger group (15 people or more), you have the option of ordering your tickets online at a lower rate. You’ll even get one free ticket for every 15 pre-purchased online!
Need extra food for your picnic? No problem - the park offers some good eats with its Group Meal Deals online, which come with a fountain drink, chips or fries, and your choice of a hot dog, burger, pizza slice, chicken sandwich, or chicken strips.
Large groups of 50 people or more get the best price on all-day admission and can enjoy a fully catered picnic in the form of an all-you-can-eat buffet style meal!
As a vacation spot, Wet’n’Wild is the perfect place to just relax and have fun. You can even boost your relaxation by renting a private cabana! There are several to choose from including the Wave Pool Cabana, Wet ‘N’ Wild Junior Cabana, and the Bear Footin Bay Cabana.
Of course, you can’t forget about all the amazing attractions at Wet’n’Wild that also make the park worth visiting.
Take a ride down one of the park’s numerous water slides, such as Cannonball Falls, or relax in the pool while the kids play at the Bear Footin’ Bay water structure.
Thrill seekers may want to seek out the Oh Canada! ride: Stand in a capsule high above the park and enjoy the adrenaline rush as the floor suddenly drops out under you, leaving you freefalling through a near-vertical chute before spiraling through a 360 degree loop.
With a group? Try the Krazy Kanuck! Up to four people can ride together and get some hang time as they surge through back-to-back curves, drops, and vortex loops.
And there’s a lot more to discover! Whether you’re zip lining across the park or hanging out at the kid-friendly Wet’n’Wild Jr. area, you’ll find that Wet’n’Wild offers something for everyone to enjoy.
If you’ve been searching for some fun summer activities or things to do for families in Brampton, then a visit to Wet’n’Wild is an absolute must.
Those who are expecting to drop by the park a lot over the summer may want to consider grabbing a 2019 season pass which allows you unlimited visits for the rest of the season, discounts on food and retail purchases, and other special deals.
The park is open every day at 11 am and closes at 6, 7, or 8 pm depending on the day.
For more information on the park’s hours, attractions, and anything else you might need to know about Wet ‘n’ Wild, visit their website at wetnwildtoronto.com.
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