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5 Reasons To Cool Off At Splash Works

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5 Reasons To Cool Off At Splash Works

Amanda Vagners

Public Relations Coordinator

In Canada, we really love our summers, eh? After a long winter, nothing says summer like cooling off at our 20-acre waterpark, Splash Works! With Splash Works Opening Day happening on Saturday, May 27, we have 5 reasons why you should come join us to kick off a season of splash-tacular fun!

1. NEW for 2017: Muskoka Plunge

Calling all thrill-seekers, this one’s for you! Be one of the first to ride Muskoka Plunge and experience the ‘DrenalineDrop’ ride system, where you begin your ride in complete suspense while waiting in one of four launch capsules. These capsules may drop altogether, sequentially one-at-a-time, or the crowd favourite “rouelette” style. Who will drop first?!

2. Family Fun Perfect for ALL Ages

Splish splash! Families can create their own fun at Splash Station with an awesome array of spray nozzles, jets, valves, and water guns. There are also two serpentine water slides designed for little water lovers and the fan favourite, a giant tipping bucket! Another great family attraction is Splash Island Kiddie Pool and Kiddie Slides, equipped with gentle fun for the little ones!

3. Sometimes We Like to Keep it Wavy and Lazy

After slipping and sliding to your heart’s content, one of the most popular attractions at Splash Works is the wave pool, White Water Bay. Fun fact: We provide extra entertainment with Behemoth riders passing by overheard - don’t forget to wave! For those looking for a something more calm and relaxing, visit our Lazy River which runs for a ¼ mile. Lounge in a complimentary floatie with your friends and enjoy the cool water beneath you. Ahhhh, is this what paradise is like?

4. VIP Experiences With Cabana Rentals

If a VIP experience is more your style, we have cabana rentals that will keep you looking cool and feeling cooler. These cabanas are a great way to always have a meeting spot for family and friends, and will give you a little much-needed R & R in the shade.                                                                        

5. Even MORE VIP Experiences as a Season Passholder With Early Ride Times

Speaking of VIP, Season Passholders have exclusive access with early access into Splash Works between 10am – 11am every day the waterpark is open. This means you can beat the rush and ride your favourite attractions, including the all-new Muskoka Plunge, before anyone else.

And best of all, Splash Works is FREE with your park admission!

Do we have you dreaming of long hot summer days? Splash Works has something for everyone and is a perfect way to spend the day cooling off with family and friends!

  

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