**I received free tickets to facilitate this Fallsview Indoor Waterpark Canada post. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.
The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark was the first stop on our Canada Spring Break visit. If you are traveling from New York state, I suggest taking the Rainbow Bridge over to Canada. It has less traffic and the Park is located directly across from the Niagara Falls. It is interconnected with three hotels including the Sheraton at the falls where we stayed! Check out my review of the hotel here.
* Three Acres of Indoor Family Fun!
*1,000 gallon tipping bucket
*16 Thrilling Water slides
*Indoor tidal Wave pool
*Jungle Beach (dry) play-land
We came to the park at 2pm and then again the next morning around 10:30am. They were busy but we didn’t have to wait in lines to get in or get a life vest for Mac. When you first go in I suggest grabbing a few beach chairs because the park does get busy with guests!
We also brought along some swimming goggles for him. It was loud in the Park but nothing to crazy. Everything was clean, easy to get to and fun! Mac enjoyed the large dump buckets in the Tidal wave pool. They have tubes for you to use or shower like features.
He also enjoyed this turning water feature pictured above. If I could have brought it home and put it in our backyard I think he would be in pure heaven! There is a small baby-toddler area then the water bucket area and larger water slides. We stayed in the bucket area because they fit his height.
What we liked: Open area where you can see your children easily. Nice attractions for all ages to have fun. They offer life vests, easy accessibility to bathrooms and changing areas. Friendly staff and clean facility!
What could be Improved: We had to use the same water park wrist bands for the next day. They were a bit tedious to walk around with all day and night I would maybe use a different technique for those who bought daily passes.