6 of Toronto’s Best Water Slides

Feel like a kid again

You can’t deny the good old fashioned fun of a water slide. While Wonderland and Wild Water Kingdom are the obvious choices for a day of water park activities, there are also some great slides closer to home. Some are free, some are paid; some outdoors, some indoors. Enjoy.

Regent Park Aquatic Centre

Toronto’s newest aquatic facility boasts a lap pool, a leisure pool, warm water pools, a Tarzan rope, a diving board and, of course, a water slide, not to mention a killer architectural design. It’s also free.


Alex Duff Memorial Pool at Christie Pits

We’ve got an easy way to sell you this one: two storey water slide.


High Park Swimming Pool

Catch some waves and slide on some slides in one of the most beautiful, natural areas of Toronto.

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Monarch Park Swimming Pool

This east end public pool can be found at Danforth and Coxwell and also features a giant two-story slide. Other features include a 25m pool, diving area, wading pool, raised seating, and swimming lessons.


Eaton Chelsea Corkscrew Water Slide

Most hotels have pools, but none with a slide like this one. The Chelsea has Toronto’s biggest indoor corkscrew water slide that keep people coming back.

Corkscrew Waterslide (CNW Group/Delta Chelsea Hotel)

The Wave Pool

This spot is worth the trek up to Richmond Hill. The water slide is 160 feet of twisting fun. It’s also indoors and open year-round, so not even the snow can stop you from sliding.

The Wave Pool

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