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Fun Mountain Waterslide Park, Winnipeg

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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2/5 based on 70 reviews on the web
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  • In the world of new beach walk-in pools, splash pads, and extreme sport water parks, this place has really not changed in 20 years. Make no mistake, in the prairies there are no mountains, so this rea...  read more »
  • Gross gross gross. The park is pretty disgusting. The bathrooms are so gross you just hope to God you didn't catch anything. The magic carpets they offer to help protect your back from the beat up rid...  read more »
  • I suggest calling to get hours. Their website said they opened at 11am, but in reality only opened at noon. Huge lineup waiting to get in (they are out of town so it's a drive to get out there and not...  read more »
  • Not big but diffinately the place to spend a few hours of fun. Basic cafeteria and shop. Regular food (dogs, burgers , fries). Maintenance is mediocre.
  • Went for the "Sunset Sunday" event. An 18+ only event with music, bar, and waterslides. It's great how many of these kids and families geared attractions are having events for "too old to be a kid, too young to take our own kids" crowd. The waterslides are just as much fun as an adult as they were the last time I was there in grade 6 or 7. It doesn't say on their website, but lockers are $5. When you return the key, you get $3 back.
  • Went with a friend while in town visiting Wpg. Overall, it was an enjoyable experience because the weather was beautiful, but we were not expecting an hour line-up to get into the park, so that cut into our time considerably. *SLIDES* Several of the slides are very old and scrape your back. The dragon slide actually cut me in several places (to the point of a bit of blood, which is both painful and unsanitary). I don't know what they could do about this if, as the owner as said elsewhere, it is financially unviable to replace some of the slides - but it *is* important to know in advance: there are really ~4 slides that you can use comfortably if you use the provided mats. *FOOD* As others have mentioned, the fact that they don't allow food is tiresome, but I understand it must be a challenge to make ends meet when you have such a short window for running your business. Still, in that case it would be nice if the lineups at concessions weren't also ~45-60mins long - it really cuts into the 5-6h you have on an average day. Furthermore, the food was terrible: $15 for a plain veggie burger, hotdog and "large" fries. The burger is just a paddy - no lettuce, tomato - *nothing* at all, and it was disgusting. Definitely pack a cooler with some snacks - especially if you want anything remotely healthy (thankfully, we packed some bagels & watermelon slices - just a minor nuisance to go out of the park to eat them). *Mini-Golf* The mini-golf course was fine. We enjoyed playing twice during the day. The course doesn't have anything of interest and seems to be a solid 20 years old without much maintenance or renewal, but it is what it is and you can still enjoy it. That being said, there was no supervision of unattended children in the mini-golf area and both times we went over there were young kids whacking balls and running around all over the course - kids will be kids, but some super-vision wouldn't be misplaced :) *Bumper-Boats* The bumper-boats are a joke: we were excited to try them, but you'd have more power from a paddle boat or a canoe. Would only be exciting for a child 5-6 or under. *Zip Line* - closed with no explanation. *LINES* A lot of them: to get into the park (30-60mins). You can buy tickets online, but there is another fee ($5?) for that - would be nice if they just added two more staffers instead of dedicating them to online tickets. Some of the lineups for slides were reasonable, others were really very long. Ultimately we were only able to do 6 slides in a day from 1-6pm (and we snuck in our final run - they didn't want to let us go up). Golf lineups were reasonable. Food lineups were really not. *OVERALL* We had the money for the entertainment - so that wasn't a factor for us and we enjoyed our day: it was something different from the usual. But the value isn't really there & I certainly wouldn't be in a rush to go back for another 5-10years.
  • Considering Winnipeg has no other waterslides worth mentioning, it's worthwhile going to Fun Mountain once in a while. Admission price is ok. There are no water fountains so bring bottled water (plastic bottles only) or be prepared to pay for what they have at the concession stand. They also like to use cash only at the concession stand, so bring cash or be prepared to use the onsite ATM (which you pay a fee to use). Bumper boats are in a swampy area outside the chlorinated/treated water area of the slides, so I'd recommend not doing that unless you want to risk getting "swimmer's ear". Zipline seems to never be open when I'm there.
  • Absolutely loved coming here as a child and teen and always had a blast. Now I'm 30 and live in Florida. Came home for a visit and it's still the same old rickety slides. Comon, you guys need to retire a few of these old timers, before they simply collapse. You need to spend some money and update this place already. I mean the same slides for almost 30 years? Blah blah, upkeep, operating cost, bills, paying wages yeah yeah. Invest in your brand or try and get some one to invest. It's Time to bring the mountain into the 21 century! Please build some new slides and attractions.
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