Planning a visit to Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is often a highlight of a trip to Niagara Falls. To make the most of your day, here are a few travel-tested tips that waterpark fans have shared with us and a few things that you need to know in advance.
What To Pack
Most guests prefer to wear their swimsuits under their clothes to save time changing, but Change Rooms are available if you choose not to take this option.
Experienced Fallsview Waterpark guests recommend packing a small “Waterpark” bag with essentials separate from your luggage if you are staying in one of the Waterpark Package Hotels. This will allow you to store your luggage with the hotel and head to the Waterpark with ease if your room is not ready for check-in. Suggestions to include towels, an extra change of clothes, swim diapers and diaper changing supplies (if required), water shoes or flip-flops, and floatation devices (approved by Ministry of Transportation/Coast Guard).
Complimentary towels are not available at the Waterpark, but if you’ve forgotten a towel, a variety are available for purchase starting from $2.25 + HST and up.
Digital lockers are available to rent for $12/day via self-serve kiosks that only accept credit and debit cards, so plastic payment options are suggested.
What Not To Pack
Like most waterparks, Fallsview does have a list of items that are not permitted. These include outside pool toys or balls. The park does provide a limited number of lifejackets and beach balls. Mats and tubes for use on the slides are provided.
Long jewelry, swimsuits with metal buckles, zippers, rivets, dangling laces, and lifejackets are not permitted on any slide.
Outside food and drink is also not permitted. The Beach Club is located on-site so you can purchase snacks and drinks. If you’ve forgotten an important item, see guest services which can assist with swimwear, swim diapers, and other essentials for your convenience.
Safety is of the utmost concern at Fallsview Indoor Waterpark so various rules and height requirements are in place to ensure that everyone has fun but remains safe. Different slides have different height requirements so be sure to check the Waterpark FAQ’s to determine what attractions your child can and can’t use. For instance, children less than 48 inches in height can’t use the Extreme Mat Racers slide.
As a family-friendly attraction, the waterpark does maintain rules about appropriate swim attire. Please keep this in mind when choosing your swimsuit for your day at the waterpark.
Waterparks are fun for the whole family but being prepared and following the park’s rules not only mean that everyone has a great time but also that everyone stays safe.
So reserve your Niagara Falls Hotel Waterpark Package, grab your swimsuit and visit us at Niagara’s best indoor waterpark for a spectacular time.
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