Water Fun at TRCA Parks

Looking to beat the heat this Summer? TRCA Parks offer a variety of places for you to keep cool. Two parks to check out are the Albion Hills Conservation Area and Heart Lake Conservation Area which both feature pools and splash pads. These new attractions offer tons of water play for kids! 

Wild Wetland Splash is open daily until September (weather permitting) at Heart Lake Conservation Area in Brampton. If offers clean and safe water fun for kids all ages with over 30 wetland themed water features. There is a 550 person capacity. The park uses state-of-the-art water conservation technology and is located in natural wilderness surroundings.

Please note that park admission is only for adults since kids get into all TRCA Parks for free. Check their website for Pool Admission prices. Heart Lake Conservation Area is located at 10818 Heart Lake Rd, 3 km north of Hwy 7.

The Lakeview Splash water-play facility is open until September (weather permitting) at Albion Hills Conservation Area in Caledon. It features at 440 sq metre wading pool (4 ft deep) with a 125 sq metre interactive splash pad. This waterpark also features a “Wetland” theme and is located in natural wilderness surroundings, with grass picnic areas overlooking Albion Lake.

Check the website for admission prices for the Splash Pad and Pool at Albion Hills. Again, park admission is for adults only since kids get into all TRCA Parks for free. Albion Hills Conservation Area is located at 16500 HWY 50, 8 Kms north of Bolton.

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