Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, Niagara Falls

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#2 of 10 in Theme Parks in Niagara Falls
Slip down exhilarating water slides and ride swells in tidal wave pools at Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, a fun-filled excursion that kids will thoroughly enjoy. Children of all ages are catered for, from toddlers to teenagers, with both fast and easygoing slides. If you get hungry, there’s a cafe serving the usual theme park fare of hot dogs, fries, and so on. You can appreciate great views of the falls from the park. Use our Niagara Falls trip maker tool to add Fallsview Indoor Waterpark and other attractions to your Niagara Falls vacation plans.
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  • Second time here first time was in the summer 2017, enjoyed it although thought the wave pool could have been a big warmer. Also, when I was there in the summer they had to close the wave pool twice d...  more »
  • My wife and 3 kids were there for 2 days / 1 night recently. We had gone to the park previously (several years ago) - the other big-name waterpark in the neighbourhood being sold out, it was time to g...  more »
  • Great place for the day. We were over it after a few hours. Kids splash area is nice for younger kids. My 5 year old loved it. My 8 year old enjoyed the larger slides however it was roughly a 45 minut...  more »
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  • A fun filled place to enjoy your day with family and friends. And the best part is its indoor so you can enjoy it in any weather. There are so many things here to do for every age group. It has a large wave pool, 8 different kind of slides best was bowl slide, 2 Jacuzzi tubs, a big area for kids slides which has a very large tank which pours water every half an hour, also an open hot water pool where you enjoy playing ball games. They have separate seating for food which includes shacks where you can enjoy drinks. I took a day pass which roughly is $50 for one person. In which you can enjoy all these which is worth for money. A must go to place near Niagara falls.
  • Quite impressed! Giving a 4/5 because one of the life guards was always upset. It seems like it was too much to help my 6year old son from almost drowning; thank God a little boy helped him. The only time I wasn't in the water with them. Of course, I jumped in right after, refused to let him and his sister be alone while she was on duty. Otherwise it's amazing really worth every $$$. Haven't had fun like this in a while. Will definitely come back. Oh by the way if you happen to buy anything from the restaurant, ask them to take off the PF, DT or whatever they call it. It will save you some money. Also applies to most restaurants, hotels, stores etc... legally they must remove it when u ask. I just found out on my second day from a waitress at a restaurant that does not charge this fee.
  • Fallsview was a fun place to send the day. We picked up day passes at Costco which was the cheapest way to go as far as we could tell. We were told to arrive early to ensure space in the Waterpark since hotel guests get admitted first according to the number of people let in each day. However the elevators don't let you off on the Waterpark floor until 5 minutes before opening so you actually don't need to arrive too early. Once you go upstairs there is a check in desk you will line up at. Then you can go right in. There are lockers available for a fee. There are lots of pool chairs for everyone. There are reclining pool loungers at the back of the resort. The slides are great. We especially enjoyed the mat slides and body slides. The one drawback is that the mat slides are the same water as the wave pool so they sometimes get shut down for contamination. The outdoor pool was neat in the winter. It is heated to a comfortable temperature. The baby area is also quite warm with the water being heated up to higher degree. The tree house was also fun with lots to do. There is an indoor playground upstairs that kids can play in while you are eating or anytime they want to be dry.
  • Very nice water park. It is really big and there is always something to do there. The slides are very fun and the wave pool is a decent depth. Unfortunately it is almost always packed with families with very tiny kids. When i was there on a Sunday, the wave pool was closed twice due to some kid pooping in it and the splash jungle gym was closed once for the same reason. I know it is not the water parks fault but it was still annoying.
  • If you can get a deal via Costco or with one of the partner hotels, this is a good place to go, but it's starting to show it's age. Slides are rusting and dripping, the floors are starting to bubble and peel and change rooms are smelly. This park is always packed, so take advantage of early bird hours with partner hotels or go during off peak times if you don't want to spend your time waiting in lines to ride slides. In the 4 times we've been since 2015, the wave pool has been closed 2 times for a lengthy period of time. If this were in any other place beside Niagara Falls, I think people wouldn't accept the subpar conditions, but it's location to so many other attractions is a great draw.
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