5685 Falls Avenue , Niagara Falls Ontario Canada, L2G 7T5

The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is part of North America`s largest hotel, waterpark and entertainment complex-the Falls Avenue Resort. Ideally situated across from the Falls and Rainbow Bridge (to the USA). The park is home to 16 waterslides, a giant wave pool, the mammoth Beach House Rain Fortress that features a 1000-gallon tipping bucket, an outdoor activity pool and sundeck, and adult-only hot tubs. There is also a Tiny Tots play area for our smallest guests and the Planet Hollywood Beach Club, which is ideal for snacks. The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is a two-time recipient of the TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Award for top amusement park & waterpark in Canada. The Waterpark has direct indoor connections to the luxurious Sheraton On The Falls, the elegant Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls - Fallsview, and the Skyline Inn.

The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is ideal for family vacations and fun getaways.

Features of the Waterpark include

  • 16 extreme slides
  • Massive Wave pool
  • Swirling Plunge bowl
  • Tiny Tot Splash Area
  • 1000 Gallon Tipping Bucket
  • Beach House Play Area
  • Sundeck and Activity Pool
  • Adult only Jacuzzi Tub

Admission

Day Pass
All ages
$44.95
Children 2 and under
All ages
FREE

Prices are subject to change without notice.

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Carol

You should charge by height not age. And if you have a rule about height - it should be applied consistently. Should you advertise that any child under 40" is restricted to two small slides and an infant splash pad, I'm sure you would have fewer disappointed visitors. My grandson can swim, is used to exciting slides and water activities and above all is used to playing with his brother at amusement parks. Because of this height restriction he got to stand around with infants and was uninspired with the two mini slides. Out of sympathy, his older brother declined going down slides without his brother. What a huge waste of money! We could have gone to a public pool for free and had more fun.
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