Calypso

COVID-19 Update: As you are all aware, despite the many safety measures as well as lowered capacity put in place, the Ontario government did not allow waterparks to open during summer 2020. Following this decision, Calypso staff, along with many guests experienced an immense disappointment.

Moving forward, Ontario waterparks are working together with the Ministries involved to ensure a safe and enjoyable 2021 season for all. Thank you for your loyalty and continuous support. We are anxious and excited to welcome you all next summer!

Dress Code

To participate in our attractions, proper bathing attire is required. It is our commitment to accommodate all our guests and comply with all safety laws, rules & regulations. We welcome guests from all cultural backgrounds and we encourage all guests to respect each others’ perspectives, beliefs and values.

  • Calypso is a family-oriented park. Guests are asked to wear appropriate swimwear when using our attractions. Thongs and transparent clothing are not permitted. Bathers of all genders are required to wear an appropriate swimsuit bottom.  We reserve the right to determine the appropriateness of swimwear.
  • Due to manufacturer’s safety requirements swimsuits with buttons, snaps, rivets or zippers and clothing such as jeans, shorts, t-shirts, rash guards, and hijabs are not permitted on body slides.
  • Aqua socks are permitted in the wave pool, Pirate’s Aquaplay and Zoo lagoon.
  • Burkinis are permitted on some attractions but not body sides and limited access to the wave pool (to the black safety line).
  • Swim diapers are required for babies participating in water play. Swim diapers are available for purchase at Calypso Waterpark's Friends Boutique.
  • Some attractions do not permit wearing of accessories (hats, glasses, shirts, shoes etc.) where there is a risk of the bather losing an accessory piece or the risk of being caught in the attraction.
  • We recommend no jewelry be worn on any attraction. If you lose a piece of jewelry, the chance that it would pass through the filtration systems undamaged is unlikely.