FAQs

1. What is your refund policy on daily tickets and season passes?

Admission tickets and Season Passes are non-refundable and non-exchangeable for any reason after the order transaction is complete at the Front Gate, online through our website, or other retail outlets. This includes no cash refunds for weather related events.  

GOOD WEATHER GUARANTEE: 

If the attractions are closed for a minimum of an hour due to weather like heavy rain or lightening, we will give you a free ticket to return another day this season.  As a bonus, if the attractions reopen after the one hour, you can still enjoy the rest of the day and visit another day with the free ticket. 

THE DETAILS: The ride closures must begin before 4PM and you must show your ticket stub or dated ticket receipt to receive your free return ticket.  No cash refunds.  Not valid with season passes.  No refunds for parking. 

Escape to Summer, guaranteed!

 
Unprocessed Season Passes (those still in e-ticket or voucher form which have not been exchanged for a ID card) may be transferred to another individual.  All Season Passes, processed or unprocessed, expire without value on September 4, 2017 unless renewed for the next season. Season Passes are valid from June 30 – September 4, 2017. Additional pre-season events may be scheduled and will be updated on our park calendar. Join our Wild Reward$ Club to ensure you don’t miss any special events or dates.

2. Do you offer any discounts?

Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto offers a senior and military discount for our Under 48” admission price.   Seniors are considered anyone 60 and older.  Must show appropriate id to receive any discount.

3. What is appropriate attire for the park?

Proper swimming attire is required and is defined as a properly fitting and covering, one or two-piece swimsuit or shorts that stop above the knee. Swimwear must be without abrasive buttons, rivets, zippers or snaps. Thong suits are prohibited. Diaper covers are required for all diapered children. Shoes are not allowed on any water park attractions. Shoes, aqua shoes, or sandals are not permitted on most water slides.

4. Am I permitted to bring my own food or beverage into the park?

For everyone's safety, guests are not permitted to bring coolers or outside food or beverages into Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto with the exception of one factory sealed or personal refillable bottle (plastic only, no glass) of water per person. Grills and open fires are not allowed in the parking lot.

Allergies?  The park is more than happy to provide guests with ingredients lists which are provided to us by the food suppliers we use.  However, as much as we would like to accommodate guests with food allergies, we are not the food manufacturers/suppliers (we get all food and beverage product from third parties), and as such, we regret to inform you that THE PARK CANNOT, AND DOES NOT, MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR GUARANTIES WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE ALLERGY-FREE CONTENTS OF ANY FOODS OR BEVERAGES, OR THE SAFETY THEREOF (ESPECIALLY WITH REGARD TO ANY ALLERGIES).  At a minimum, guests with allergy concerns should avoid any foods or beverages unless they are packaged, and you are 100% confident in the manufacturer/supplier which has provided the Park with such food or beverage.  Foods that are in any way unpackaged, prepared, or handled by the Park (as opposed to packaged goods, provided to you in a sealed package), have a higher risk of contamination with other products containing allergens, so in the interests of your safety, we strongly urge you to avoid all such unpackaged products provided by the Park.

In any event, guests may bring personal foods into the park, to the extent that they are medically necessary (e.g., for diabetics, baby formula for infants,  or allergy-safe foods for allergies).

5. Is smoking permitted in the park?

Smoking is not permitted anywhere on Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto property with the exception of designated smoking areas, located in the parking lot.

6. What is the policy of alcoholic beverages in the park?

Guests must be at least 19 years of age to purchase, possess or consume alcoholic beverages at Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto. A valid province - issued identification or driver's license is required for each person purchasing, possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages.

Alcoholic beverages must be fully consumed or discarded on the premise where served. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in line for any ride.

7. I do not plan on going on any attractions. Do you have a special price for me?

 Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto does not have a spectator discount.

8. Are lifejackets provided?

Life jackets are provided for all guests who are inexperienced or non-swimmers. Wet ’N’ Wild cannot guarantee the inventory of life jackets will meet demand, and encourages guests to bring their own provided they meet Transport Canada and/or Canadian Coast guard standards.

9. What is the minimum age for dropping off children?

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult or guardian at least 18 years or older.

10. Will Wet ā€˜Nā€™ Wild Toronto donate to my organization?

Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto  has many programs that we are involved in that will give back to the community and are receiving multiple requests on a daily basis. We will fill requests among consideration on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note:  Fax, Phone or In-Person Requests will not be accepted.

A single donation is allowed per organization per year.

Donation Requests will only be accepted for events occurring between March and August of each calendar year. Sorry, we are not able to fulfill requests for events scheduled between September and February due to the seasonal nature of Wet 'N' Wild Toronto.

To Submit:

Mail:  Send, the following information (Contact, Organization Name, Organization Size, Event Date, Mailing Address, E-mail Address and a Phone Number plus a self- addressed stamped envelope on your organization's letterhead for consideration.  Letter must include the date of the event, what the tickets will be used for and the purpose of the fund-raiser.

Mail your request to:

Wet ‘N’ Wild Toronto
Attn: Donations
7855 Finch Ave. W
Brampton, ON L6T 0B2

 If your request is approved, you will receive your donation in a timely manner. Please allow up to four weeks for a response.

11. Do you allow animals in the park?

No Animals of any kind are not allowed in the park, except for legally-defined service animals or as may otherwise be required by law to assist those with disabilities (as defined by the Access for Ontarians with Disabilities Act or other applicable laws).  If you claim to have a legally-qualifying “service animal” you will be required to verify its legitimacy

Even if a “service animal” is verified, and allowed to enter the park, please be aware that you are still responsible for controlling it at all times.  A service animal is also prohibited from all rides and pools due to safety and hygiene requirements. Please understand that we may require removal of your service animal from park property if it poses a threat to persons or property, including without limitation, if it is unruly, threatening, aggressive (barking, snarling, biting at patrons, etc.) and/or if you are unable to control your animal at all times.

Service animal relief areas are provided outside the main gate. Please clean up any mess and place it in a sealed bag and deposit in the nearest waste receptacle

It is prohibited to leave animals in a car while patrons enjoy the Park; in such event, animal control (or other government authority) may be called, and your car forcibly entered into, in order to attend to the health or safety needs of an animal. You will have to pay all such costs involved in the rescue of any pet left in a car, and may face penalties as directed by the law.

12. Do you allow drones in the park?

Use of drones (in, over, or around the Park), whether for photographic purposes or otherwise, is strictly prohibited (unless the user has been granted written, contractual permission for that specific instance from an officer of the Park or its parent entity). Violations may subject the user to immediate ejection, confiscation of the drone, and referral of the matter to authorities.