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From lockers to lifeguards – read on to learn how to make the most of your visit to this fun-filled water park.

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Tips For Planning A Visit To Splash Works

Splash Works in located in Canada’s Wonderland (Vaughan, Ontario – about an hour outside of Toronto). Water park admission is included in your regular park ticket.

Yes, bring your own towels and bathing suits (if you forget – there is a shop in the water park to buy all your water fun essentials). Backpacks and bags can be safely stored in lockers for a small fee. Don’t leave your phones, keys, bags unattended in Splash Works (it is a public space after-all).

There are life jackets available at no charge (FREE) for infants, children, youth, and adults. There are also life guards rotating at every water attraction; ensuring the safety and enjoyment of all visitors.

To read more, visit: Parent Club

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