Bridal Falls Waterpark, Rosedale

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Bridal Falls is a community in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, located east of Rosedale and immediately adjacent to the on-ramps for the Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge, which connects the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) at Bridal Falls to Agassiz, on Highway 9.Bridal Falls is mostly a highway services community, with several truck stops and restaurants. The town's name is derived from Bridal Veil Falls, which was the original rationale for tourist services at the location and at one time included cabins that were promoted as a honeymoon holiday, playing off the bridal theme of the name.The falls were named in the 19th century by the village of Popkum, which in the 20th century used it for a source of hydroelectricity for a chalet and heated swimming pool. Later tourist attractions in the area were a Flintstones-themed waterpark and similar family entertainments.
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  • Super fun waterpark. Never disappoints. Its not overly busy, lots of room, lots of slides. Beautiful location!  more »
  • The best way to describe the Bridal Falls Water Park is to compare it to its competitor, the Cultus Lake Waterpark. Though the Cultus Lake Waterpark is overall more enjoyable, the Bridal Falls Waterpa...  more »
  • There is good pricing for just a few hours of sliding at end of day or half day rates. It is easy to get to just off the freeway.  more »
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  • Was great, went with our 2 year old. We did the half day 3pm-6pm. Slides for all ages. Nice small slides for toddlers, and nice area for them, but sadly u can't double with toddler in the other the slides, which are most of them. Line ups were good all the way to like 4pm, where masses of people arrived. Lockers available for $4.
  • Our school came out for the last day of school activities & this was just the ticket! We had 160+ students and 40 adult volunteers; the operations manager arranged for us to view the site ahead of time to work out supervision logistics; the park is easily laid out in that everything finishes in one spot and there is only one way in or out, so security/safety issues are easily managed. They have height restrictions on certain slides 42"/48", and there is enough slides for kids to try all afternoon, as well as a play area for younger kids. We had a reserve area for our group, but there were lots of other park space for towels and/or under tents if the weather was hotter. The operations manager was very helpful, and even came by our school the day before to drop off wristbands--that saved a lot of time not having to do this at the waterpark! If there was a downside, it would be the waiting times for rides at the bottom & top, but it was understandable given it was almost the last field trip of the year & there were several schools here with us. If I came with a family, I would stay until after 2 pm, because 2/3 of the park emptied out with school groups heading back, so the wait went from 45 minutes down to 5 minutes. If you have older independent teens--go to Cultus; if you have young children and want a lot less stress, this is a wonderful family outing. Looking forward to doing this again!
  • Great waterpark for young families. We go every year and always have an awesome time.
  • Disappointed. Went here for a group package with the family (about 20 people) for their first opening day, called for a booking the day before, and when we arrived at the place, the worker told us last minute that the hot tub was out of order! :( Plus, it seemed like their water heater wasnt even working properly either... We didnt have a choice but to just enter. I was hoping they would offer an alternative for the incovenience (maybe lower the admission price or something) but they offered nothing :( $16.80/person and just going on 2 slides are definitely not worth.
  • The wait time is ridiculous. May sound like a silly reason for a 1 star rating except there was no reason for the wait times to be even half of what they were. Staff have to wait close to a minute to let the next person go. it wasn't even busy when we went and I got 2 slides in the first hour. If there's 20 people in line you're waiting almost 20 minutes for a 30 second slide. When I went as a kid the lines went quick. I don't know who changed the wait time over the years but it's going to kill the place. I won't be returning neither will any of the 20 people in our group. Spent our whole day standing in the scorching sun, and there's no reason to wait that long between riders.

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