Calypso

It is with an immense heartfelt sadness that we must post today. Unfortunately, Calypso will not be able to open for the 2020 season.

Despite our comprehensive efforts, the Ontario provincial government has not allowed the opening of waterparks this summer. Dear Season Pass Holders, a newsletter will be sent for more details. Calypso will survive these tough times and we’ll be ready to welcome you back in 2021 with a splash. We look forward to seeing you all next summer.

About Calypso Waterpark

Calypso Waterpark is the summertime place to be for children and thrill seekers alike. As the biggest theme waterpark in Canada, this $65 million investment features a wide variety of attractions for people of all ages: 35 slides, 100 water games and 2 theme rivers! It is also home to the largest wavepool in the country, exciting slides for everyone, play areas for young families, 2 VIP Zones and a great selection of restaurants. With so much to do and see, a day at Calypso Waterpark is simply unforgettable!

History

2010
  • June 7, 2010 - Opening of the waterpark
  • June 10, 2010 - Press conference for the grand opening of Calypso Waterpark
2011
  • New Summit Tower, the highest free-standing waterslide tower in Canada, with 10 new waterslides, including 2 AquaLoops, 4 high-speed waterslides and 4 serpentine slides for the entire family. This new attraction represented an investment of $5 million.
  • New VIP Zone with luxurious and private Cabanas.
2012
  • New Jungle Challenge and many improvements made to the waterpark's existing installations, representing a total investment of $1 million.
2013
  • New Kongo Expedition, a theme river through the African savana, three new restaurants (a submarine shop, fast-food restaurant and dairy bar) and a new wooded area with 150 picnic tables, representing an investment of $7 million.
  • 8 new luxurious and private Cabanas in Calypso Waterpark's VIP Zone.
2016
  • New luxurious Palace Suites, located in the middle of the action next to the wave pool.