There might not be a better testament to the universal love of water parks than a blog post titled “What is Canada’s Biggest Waterpark?”.

Here’s what we mean. Considering the fact that the weather, even in Canada’s warmest regions, makes water park visits a possibility for six months of the year at best, and four months of the year for many people, there are still enough water parks to have a competition for the largest!

Put another way, we bet Canadian kids of all ages have a fast answer to the question “what’s your favourite water park?”. 

And Canada’s Biggest Water Park Is…?

Opened in June 2010, the $65 million Calypso Waterpark in Limoges, Ontario, is Canada’s largest waterpark.

Located about a half an hour’s drive from downtown Ottawa, and about an hour and a half from downtown Montreal, the award-winning Calypso theme waterpark features 35 water slides, 100 water games, 2 lazy rivers and the largest wave pool in North America. 

And that’s not all!

  • Always Something New – Almost from the moment it opened, Calypso Waterpark has regularly added water-play features. The opening of it’s second season saw the addition of the Summit Tower, the tallest free-standing waterslide tower in Canada.
  • Funtana for Toddlers – In 2018, Calypso opened the 36,000 sq. ft. Funtana, a play area devoted to children under 4 years of age and their families with a wide variety of spray park equipment designed especially for the toddler set.
  • Something for Everyone – In addition to all the water park attractions and play areas, Calypso features a number of restaurants, bars and fast food spots. For those looking for a quiet moment in the midst of all the fun, there are two VIP areas featuring private cabanas.

Thinking of developing your own water park? Check out our article “Things to Know Before Starting a Water Park”.