Water parks are welcome oases of cool refreshment on hot summer days. Bluewater country has plenty of splash pads, pools and water slides that appeal to all ages.
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Located near beautiful Lake Huron, between the Pinery Provincial Park and Grand Bend, Klondyke Trailer Park has been offering families the best in vacation camping for over 40 years. Owned and operated by the Kelders Family, the park boasts 3 swimming pools, a splash pad and large sun decks, all shaded by large palm trees. Kids can enjoy 2 playgrounds while Mom and Dad are on the tennis court. We also have a soccer field, basketball court and sand volleyball court. Weekends are full of activities, and family dances in the large pavillion are a blast. The large
Story Book Park has been a family owned and operated business since 1975. It is located in the beautiful and picturesque Niagara Escarpment south of Owen Sound. A day admission pass provides fun for all ages or you can purchase a season pass for the whole summer. There are 5 kiddie rides including a train, merry-go-round and pirate ship and 7 family rides like the small roller coaster, Wipe Out and Wrecking Ball. There is also a Park tour train to take you on a ride through the Park. While on the tour train or just walking, you can share some of your childhood nursery rhyme memories
Take a stroll along Bluewater Park with its waterfront trails, outdoor pool, sheltered picnic area, boat launch, splash pad, pirate ship playground and beach. The centerpiece of the park is the South Bruce Peninsula Heritage Centre inside the original railway station. It contains elaborate woodwork, a beautiful oval oak bench and historical exhibits. Tourist information is located at the station. Beside the shore, a three-metre high, white dolomite statue entitled Willie Emerging pays homage to the revered rodent and town mascot, Wiarton Willie. The albino groundhog's residence can be viewed
Kelso Beach is located at the mouth of the Pottawatomi River in Owen Sound and is linked to the downtown by the Harbourfront Walkway that includes paved bike paths, picnic areas and great views of the harbour. The park has a sandy playground, picnic shelter, concert amphitheatre, splash pad, sports fields, boat launch and trails. Camping is available across the road. Each year Kelso Beach hosts the Summerfolk Music & Crafts Festival, Canada Day Celebrations, Owen Sound Ribfest and Salmon Spectacular Fishing Derby.
Port Severn Park is situated on a scenic peninsula surrounded by the harbour where boaters and pedestrians can enjoy the view and facilities along the waterfront. These include a picnic pavilion, playground, splash pad, snack concession, paved pathways, washrooms and boat dockage. The Muskoka Tourism Information Centre is located across the road from the park with the Bressette Homestead Museum & Lockmaster's House along with other historical artifacts from the village.
Seacliff Park is the premier park in the Municipality of Leamington and home to the famous Tomato Splash Pad. Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Seacliff Park boasts over eight hectares of trees, open green space and a lengthy sandy shoreline known as Seacliff Beach. The main entrance to Seacliff Park is off Forest Avenue in Leamington. There is plenty of free, on-street parking available on Forest Avenue as well as a parking lot at the south end of the street. Seacliff Park is open daily from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm and operates from May to September. Amenities include: BBQ
In Grand Bend one is never far from the sun, sand and surf that everyone loves. This prime resort town has a lovely downtown streetscape and a landscaped waterfront park with a picnic area, beach volleyball court, children’s playground and splash pad. The beach house has washrooms, showers, lookout deck and picnic area for bathers. The main beach is always a busy spot, but a quieter strand is located on River Road south of the boat launch. Grand Bend’s Blue Flag beaches are backed by clean sand and towering pines that have made this resort area famous, but what makes the community
The Mill Pond provides pedalboat or kayak rentals or catch and release trout fishing in the Village at Blue Mountain. Junior naturalists can also dip-net the pond shallows to discover what creatures live there. All the fun on the water can be observed from the dock while enjoying the sun and refreshments. Plunge! Aquatic Centre is inspired by the ultimate cottage dock design with all the amenities of a water park. Visitors can enjoy year round indoor and outdoor heated pools, a water playground, hot tubs, rope swings, sun decks and water slides - all with a gorgeous view of Blue Mountain.