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Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, Niagara Falls, Ontario
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Fallsview Indoor Waterpark Good for a Quick, Family GetawayFlag review
The waterpark sits on top of the parking structure attached to the Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls – Fallsview Hotel. Walking through a garage, doesn’t quite set the - whisked away to a tropical oasis – mood. However, once inside the waterpark, it’s easy to forget you’re on top of a parking garage. The waterpark has a number of water slides including: twisty tube slides, speedy body and mat slides, and the requisite swirly “toilet bowl” plunge. There’s also a large wave pool, a climbing splash playground with 1,000 gallon dump bucket, and even an outdoor pool with basketball hoops (surprised me for Canada, but there were people out there). The girls and I had a great time swimming and sliding at the water park. Mom decided not to go in the water, but relaxed with a book at the Planet Hollywood Beach Club snack bar. For a holiday weekend, we expected big crowds, but it wasn’t bad at all. Waits for the slides were not too long – except for the swirling “Canadian Plunge” bowl, but those are typically very slow lines. The park was a little smaller than others such as Great Wolf Lodge or Splash Lagoon and could have used a lazy river ride. However, with admission tickets included in our hotel package, the price was right to spend a few hours swimming, slipping, and sliding.
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Our family thought the one night Falls Avenue Resort Package was a great value. For $199 CAD we had a fine hotel room within walking distance of the Clifton Hills tourist area and two days of passes to the Fallsview Indoor Water Park. That price itself was a good value. We also highly recommend the early bird “kids eat free” dinner buffet at the Sheraton Fallsview Restaurant.
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