Metro Vancouver’s huge water slide park reopens for summer this month

Get your swimsuits out of storage because things are about to get wet and wild in Metro Vancouver!

Big Splash Water Slide Park in Tsawwassen will reopen for the summer season on Saturday, June 29.

The seven-acre resort-style park features 13 body and tube slides, a kids’ zone, hot tubs, and more to help you beat the heat.

Big Splash’s highlight is the Boomerango, an exhilarating tube slide with a six-story drop. According to the park, it’s the only one of its kind in Western Canada.

Visitors can also cool off with the Double Trouble’s twists and loops, Eddy’s Eagle Run and its rushing cascades, the 425-foot Splash Blaster Maze, and the always popular Twist and Shout.

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Private cabanas, picnic tables, patio tables, and tents can be rented for the day, and you can even bring your own BBQ to enjoy.

Of course, you can also find some tasty eats on-site at the park. Big Splash Grill serves up summer faves like charbroiled burgers, pizza made in-house, and poutines. BV’s Sports Bar and Grill is a fully licensed bar and patio offering beers, summer cocktails, margaritas, and more.

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Big Splash Water Park will be open from June 29 to September 4. All hours at the park are weather permitting.

When: June 29 to September 2, 2024
Time: 11 am to 6 pm, weather permitting
Where: 4775 Nulelum Way, Tsawwassen
Admission: $41 for an all-day pass and $31 for a twilight pass, which begins at 3 pm. Children three and under are free with a paying adult. Purchase online.