What to Wear & Bring

What to Wear

Your health and safety are important to us.

  • Swim attire must be clean and must not restrict movement or create a safety hazard for you or other guests.
  • Infants, young children, and anyone who is not fully toilet-trained must wear a pool diaper and swim attire that is snug around the waist and legs.

Using the Waterpark? 

  • Buckles, rivets, and exposed zippers on swim attire could damage the slides and tubes and are not permitted.
  • Protect yourself from the sun and wear:
    • slip on a shirt
    • slap on a hat
    • slop on sunscreen
    • slide on your shades
  • If going barefoot doesn’t work for you, bring non-slip footwear specifically designed for pool decks and water use.

What to Bring

Like a day at the beach, you’ll want to bring items to make your stay enjoyable. We don’t want to cramp your style, but be aware that deck space is limited. Be kind to your waterpark neighbours by bringing only what you need and sharing the area around you.

  • Leave valuables at home. 
  • Lock your car/house keys and wallet in the wallet lockers provided. 

You may bring:

  • food and non-alcoholic beverages (no glass containers)
  • individual/small-sized coolers
  • shade tents with footprint smaller than 4’ x 6’ (stakes are a hazard and not permitted)
  • umbrellas
  • collapsible chairs
  • strollers
  • personal flotation devices including PFDs, water wings, infant inflatables, and Hercules chest suits (swimsuits with buoyancy features)