Relax in the still waters, or a catch a wave at White Water Bay, one of Canada's largest outdoor wave pools. Stick around the shallow end of the zero-depth pool, or test your swimming skills in the deep end, which reaches six feet. Waves are generated for five minutes on, and then five minutes off.
All guests under 48" tall and under 10 years of age must wear a lifejacket in White Water Bay. Lifejackets are available throughout the waterpark on a first-come, first-serve basis. Guests can use their own lifejackets as long as they are Transport Canada, Oceans and Fisheries Canada, or Canadian Coast Guard approved.White Water Bay Accessibility Information
: Access is available via the zero-depth entry. This attraction is wheelchair accessible, although the water level may not exceed the height of the seat on the chair. A water wheelchair is available for participants requiring additional assistance. Please speak to a member of the Aquatics supervisory team to obtain access to the water wheelchair.
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