Wild Wetland Splash Pad & Pool at Heart Lake Conservation Park

As the temperature continues to climb, moms look for ways to get their kids to "chill." Wild Wetland Splash Pad and Pool located at Heart Lake Conservation Area in Brampton is great way to cool off. It includes more than 30 wetland themed water features, and is set in natural wilderness surroundings.

For babies, toddlers, and even older children who don't know how to swim, the Wild Wetland spray park and splash pads are a cool choice. Either way, it's just plain, cheap fun. Filled with all kinds of water sprinklers, this aquatic playground provides clean and safe water fun for kids of all ages.

This new water park also makes use of state-of-the-art water conservation and recycling technology. Water used by the splash pad elements is collected in drains located on the floor of the playground. It is then pumped back into the pump house where it is filtered through sand filters, sanitized by a UV system, and pumped by a 15hp circulation pump back through the system to be used again. Treated water passes through sensors which ensure water going to the spray features is clean. If the makeup of water passing through the sensors is not within the allowable limits, the system shuts down. This ensures that the water being used is top quality.


• 840 sq. metre heated swimming pool (8 ft. deep)
• Clean and safe water fun for kids all ages
• 30+ wetland themed water features
• 500 person capacity
• State-of-the-art water conservation technology
• Located in natural wilderness surroundings

Admission for Heart Lake

General Admission (HST included):
Per Person     
Adult (15+) - $6.50
Senior (60+) - $5.50
Children (Infant-14), with their family - FREE

Pool & Splash Pad (HST included):
Per Person     
Per Person (age 2+) per day - $4.75
TRCA Parks Membership (per person/day) - $2.75
Under 2 Years - FREE
Book of 10 Passes - $ 38.00

So if you need to cool off this Summer, this makes for a fun family outing.

For more information: www.trca.on.ca.

Photo Credit: Heart Lake Conservation Area
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