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Splash Works

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Operating season  June — September
Water slides  16 water slides
Area  8 ha
Province  Ontario
Pools  2 pools
Website  Official website
Opened  1992
Splash Works
Location  Canada's Wonderland, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Owner  Cedar Fair Entertainment Company
Address  9580 Jane St, Vaughan, ON L6A 1S6, Canada
Hours  Closing soon · 8:30AM–8:30PMWednesday8:30AM–8:30PMThursday8:30AM–8:30PMFriday8:30AM–8:30PMSaturday8:30AM–8:30PMSunday8:30AM–8:30PMMonday8:30AM–8:30PMTuesday8:30AM–8:30PMSuggest an edit
Similar  Canada's Wonderland, Wonder Mountain's Guardian, Leviathan, Riptide, Wet'n'Wild Toronto

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Splash Works is a 20-acre (81,000 m2) water park located within the park boundaries of Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. Entry is free with park admission. Splash Works is home to "Whitewater Bay", the largest outdoor wave pool in Canada, and is today home to 16 waterslides. Splash Works operates during the summer months of June through September.

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Black hole water slide at splash works


First expansion: 1992

The water park opened in 1992 with 10 acres (40,000 m2) and it cost the company $6 million CAD. It opened with four combo water slides: Body Blast, Whirl Winds, Pipeline and Drop Zone (later renamed Wipeout). It also included a lazy river and a kids area, Scooby Splash Islands, with some kiddie slides and a wading pool.

Second expansion: 1996

The year 1996 was the single largest expansion of the water park since its opening in 1992. It saw Splash Works expand to 20 acres (81,000 m2) through an expansion south of the Mighty Canadian Minebuster, so much so, some of the track had to be reconfigured so a bridge could be built over it. It essentially created a south side to the water park. The 1996 expansion saw the creation of White Water Bay, which is still the largest outdoor wavepool in Canada, along with the Black Hole waterslides and Pump House, an interactive spray ground.

Third expansion: 1999

The year 1999 was the third expansion of Splash Works. It saw the creation of two new slides, Super Soaker and the Plunge. While two separate rides, they share a common loading platform tower. The 1999 expansion also saw another bridge to the south side of Splash Works (behind these two slides). In addition, these two new slides and new bridge cross over Minebuster. The Plunge is a multi-person raft straight down a slide, and the Super Soaker is twisting water slide. They both use the same tube.

Fourth expansion: 2002

The year 2002 expansion of Splash Works saw the addition of Riptide Racer and Barracuda Blaster. Barracuda Blaster is bowl ride, and Riptide Race is an eight lane water carpet slide race. Barracuda Blaster took a part of the Lazy River for exiting out of the bowl and Riptide Racer also created a new waterfall for the Lazy River. Two new kiddie slides were added to Splash Island as well as a water playground.

Fifth expansion: 2015

The latest expansion of Splash Works is planned for 2015. Canada's Wonderland announced two new additions in 2014, Typhoon and Splash Station. Typhoon, originally known as Topsy Turvey, was relocated from Ontario Place where it never opened. It features funnels and hairpin turns. Not much is known yet about Splash Station, but it will most likely be similar to splash areas at other Cedar Fair parks. The two attractions are built in the former area of Wipeout, near Body Blast.

Slides and attractions

Splash Works only has removed two attractions, Pipeline in 2001 and Wipeout in 2004.

Splash Island

Splash Island is for the very youngest of children. It opened in 1992 with four slides but was expanded in 2002.

Splash Island includes:

  • Splash Island Pool
  • Splash Island Waterways
  • Splash Island Kiddie Slides
  • Splash Island Spray Ground
  • References

    Splash Works Wikipedia


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