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Wild Waterworks, Hamilton

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  • Facilities are ok, but only ok. If you come after 4 it's well worth it as they have the discount. Needs updating. The food is an exhortation in pricing and not that good anyhow. better off to bring co...  more »
  • It's a good cell to spend when it'hot out and want to cool down. The lazy river great when you just want to chill and float around get wet. And there wafter slides are great for the adults and kids.  more »
  • It is a decent size waterpark with four waterslides, a lazy river, a kids area and a wave pool. Ticket aren't too expensive, parking is free and you can bring in outside food (if I knew this earlier, ...  more »
  • Not great, I went last year and if that visit was anything to base my experience off of, I won't be going back. Staff was less than helpful often shrugging off questions when addressed by anyone younger than eighteen. Not clean and food is less than ideal. Though it's marketed as fun for everyone kids are overlooked. I don't recommend it.
  • It gets busy in the summer but it's a great place for the kids if you don't mind the lines for the water slides.
  • Very good for kids and teenagers. It's getting a little pricey though.
  • I don't like crowds and I don't like standing in line. Public pools freak me out but all things considered, Wild Water Works does a pretty good job of it. Going on a weekday during the summer, the lines moved reasonably fast and they keep the place as clean as I could reasonably expect. It's a municipal site as opposed to a corporate operation so the prices for food and drinks aren't marked up too badly. Lockers are modern and spacious allowing us to keep things that we needed safe while we were dipping. Cool day trip for a hot Summer afternoon.
  • An awesome experience! I'm looking forward to when they reopen for the next waterside season! I hadn't been there for many years and now feel that I really missed out. The main waterslides are a lot of fun and they have great options for shorter children as well. Even if you don't rent your own inner tube, the system they use for you to wait for someone to finish with a free one is really well executed and you usually don't need to wait long. The lazy river uses heated water! I loved that! I was expecting it might be really cold but it was so much fun and has a lot of variety in turns and other fountain or waterfall areas. Definitely try it! I like their locker system. They have single use lockers where you pay and have a key that you can unlock once if that's all you plan to do. But their other locker option is to use a pass code that you create and you get that locker for the day that you can unlock as many times as you need to access your things. Nice! I'd recommend that especially if you have kids. Next year I plan on going a few times and maybe looking into a Season Pass if the price is reasonable.