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Bingemans, Kitchener

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Dive into the fun at the outdoor water park Bingemans, where you'll find plenty of water activities and games. Zoom over a cliff and down a huge drop with the help of an inner tube, or race three friends down the full-throttle slide. Lose yourself in the cyclone or pipe, and then find your sea legs in the wave pool. Here you'll find and interactive water playground for children, an arcade room, paintball, canoeing, bowling, volleyball, climbing gym, and miniature golf course. Outside food is not allowed, but there are concession stands on site. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Kitchener holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Bingemans and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • I went during a music festival so there were no children or families making huge line ups to get on the water slides. Very fun place. Love the volleyball courts. 
  • Great visits again this summer! Used our seasons passes several times this summer, perfect weather. New additions of the private use cabana's nice touch. We rented once and thoroughly enjoyed it. Line...  read more »
  • I came here with my 3 kids - ages 7, 10 and 12 on a hot summer day and it was great fun! There are lots of waterslides and the wave pool is always a big hit, although it's usually very crowded. There ...  read more »
  • A awesome place to take your family and friends. You can't beat the price verses any of Niagara falls water parks and resorts. The arcade has the latest games and the jungle gym is clean and there's even enough space for us parents to go through. Water park is fun with a huge wave pools a number of slides and the food is good it's your standard affair with the over priced Pizza Pizza, chicken finger , hamburger combo and fries.
  • My family and I had only gone for the day and it was our first time going. They had several packages to chose from but the staff was not very forthcoming on any details, which led to some confusion as to what was included. For the most part the park was clean but for the price of entry there should have been more upkeep done. For example the kids play area had a nice rubber coated floor but was ripped is several areas. Instead of repairing these areas orange caution cones where simply placed over top.
  • It's nice ... I found the link between the pavilions and the water park really dumb... Long hot walk. The changerooms are in bad shape ... And the wave pool needs some maintenance.
  • I was at Bingemans to attend ever after music festival. it has a great layout and is big enough to host such an event comfortably. I have not camped there nor used the water park but it does seem to have a lot of amenities.
  • Bingeman’s Campground boasts all the amenities—mini-golf, bowling, Boston Pizza restaurant, pool, hot-tub, canoe rentals, scenic walks by the Grand River—true, if you enjoy the kilometre or more walk in thirty degree weather to get to these perks. And, if I had unhooked and driven my RV over to the mini-golf, I would have found it to be closed, despite being assured on the phone before my reservation was made that it would be open all week (after a three to five minute hold). This double mini-golf course was my main reason for booking there. The promised little convenience store was stocked with a cooler full of drinks and that’s literally all there was—the ice cream chest was disappointingly empty after our long hot drive. The ‘seasonal residents’ are friendly and outgoing, even down to the the ninety percent naked man who ran out of his trailer to greet my dog and me whilst sharpening his jack-knife on a pumice stone. Needless to say I made sure we were well locked in that night. The ‘seasonals’ also seem to use up to four premium lots for their work vehicles and construction materials—and I highly doubt they paid the premium site rental of $58.00 per night. What you can expect from Bingeman’s Camping area is a fairly quiet campground—other than the lawnmowers and weedeaters all day—although our surrounding area had four-inch grass and eight-inch dandilions (a challenge for picking up dog poop) in an industrial area of Kitchener within driving distance to entertainment.
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