Calaway Park, Calgary
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Operating since 1982, Calaway Park stands out as the largest outdoor amusement park in Western Canada. From rides for small children to thrilling rollercoasters, and everything in between, the park offers something for everyone. Small children can have fun at the soft playgrounds, play in the ball pit, drive bumper cars, or ride on the junior rollercoaster. The whole family can enjoy the carousel, haunted mansion, and the smaller rides, while adults and teenagers can try out the exciting rollercoasters and drop rides. Our Calgary vacation route planner makes visiting Calaway Park and other Calgary attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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This is pretty affordable if you buy the membership. There are plenty of rides for all ages, even preschoolers. The games are fun for kids as well and there's an okay variety of treats. The line ups c... read more »
My family gets season passes each year. If you purchase from Co-Op grocery stores in the fall you get an awesome deal for the upcoming summer, it's only a little more than a one-day admission. Lots of... read more »
I first went to Calaway Park in the late 80's early 90's. It was great fun then and now that I'm in my 30's still fun! I didn't get to taste as much of the foods as I wanted, since I arrived later in ... read more »
This park is great for it's value. Line ups however are fairly long and they lack the efficiency of a Disney Park. Hence my review of only 3 stars. They park is seemingly run by teens who are friendly but if they worked on getting the lines moving faster by simply adding a couple of more staff would gain another star in my review. Food through out the park is rather poor in value but our kids love it. They Log ride though is a must get there when the park opens and go right to this ride as this line up is the longest.
It was very family friendly. There are family discount options for the entrance fees which gets you on all the rides. You can also take your own food and drink to picnic in the grounds of buy from a variety of vendors. It isn't so large that everyone gets overwhelmed, but had a good selection of rides did all ages
A fun place to take the family for the day. My kids are ages 3 - 6 and I was surprised at some of the rides they could go on. Some things are a bit dated and in need of an update, but still fun if you can get a good deal on tickets.
We bought season passes for our family to give our 3 year old more options for outdoor play. We typically visit 2-3 times per month and stay about 3 hours each time. There is enough to keep a small child entertained, older kids might get bored quickly as there are limited ride and entertainment options. The 3D show is a good break from the heat, it's a 15 minute show in an air conditioned theatre.
The Immortal Hawk
So much fun! The Vortex roller coaster is must-go; it's really awesome. Great midway snacks to keep your stomach full, and interesting skill testing games to keep you busy. Best amusement park in the Calgary area.
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