12 Amazing Waterparks, Pools and Beaches In Toronto To Get Wet and Wild At
Chill out this summer.
This is Toronto, which means not many of us have nice yards with backyard pools to splash around in. This is summer, take advantage of the amazing facilities and beaches that the city has to offer!
What better way tothan laying by the beach with your best friends, soaking up the sun and splashing around!
Whether you're more into waterparks, pools or beaches, check out this list for ideas of where you can go with your friends by the water.
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Wet N Wild Toronto // 7855 Finch Ave W, Brampton
This insane waterpark in Brampton is newly built, and is the perfect place for you and your squad to hangout.
Splash Works // 9580 Jane St, Vaughan
Splash Works is Canada's Wonderland insane waterpark. This huge facility is perfect for adrenaline junkies and water lovers. Check out the actual park after!
Splash Island Toronto Zoo // 2000 Meadowvale Rd
After you're done checking out the cool animals at the Toronto Zoo, head on over to Splash Island to cool off!
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Lavelle // 627 King St W
This rooftop pool is perfect for a day spent with your BFF tanning and drinking poolside. Check out this King street hot spot today!
Cabana Pool Bar // 11 Polson St
If you're looking for a good time with good music and a pool, look no further than Cabana Pool Bar. This place will fulfill your wet and wild needs.
Thompson Toronto // 550 Wellington St W
Toronto's rooftop hotel is seriously incredible. This prestigious spot is perfect for a classy pool day with your friends.
Sunnyside Gus Ryder Outdoor Pool // 1755 Lake Shore Blvd W
This public pool is super popular for Torontonians during the hotter months. Get there early, it fills up pretty fast!
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Sugar Beach // 11 Dockside Dr
Toronto's urban beach is a Toronto Instagram favourite. Don't miss out on this beautiful spot. Look out for the cute pink umbrellas.
Hanlan's Point Beach // Lakeshore Ave
Hanlan's Point Beach is a Toronto favourite, and has a pretty view of the city!
Woodbine Beach // 1675 Lakeshore Blvd E
Woodbine beach is an incredible beach with tons of space, and is very popular among young people in the city.
Sunnyside Beach // Lakeshore Ave
You can spent a whole day on this beach at the boardwalk, chilling on the grass or hitting the beach! Located in the west end of the city.
Cherry Beach // Unwin Ave
Just south of Unwin Ave you'll find Cherry Beach. This lowkey spot is perfect for you to grab lunch, a blanket and some headphones and enjoy the sounds of the water.
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