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.

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Calypso Palace

Canada's Largest Wave Pool

The ocean's long-distance cousin, Calypso Palace, is calling all wave riders! Whether you enjoy lounging on the beach, splashing around the water or taking on the huge surges, our gigantic wave pool is the place to be for a day of fun in the sun!

Safety rules: For everyone. Children less than 1.22 m (48 in.) and less than 8 years old will be admitted as long as they are wearing a personal flotation device and are accompanied by an adult. Children less than 1.22 m (48 in.) and less experienced swimmers, people wearing loose t-shirts or burkinis must stay behind the black line. No diving. Glasses with strap permitted. Floating toys and metallic objects prohibited. Not recommended for pregnant women, people with heart conditions or back or neck problems.

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Good to know

  • Waves reaching up to 1.8 m high
  • Water heated at 28°C

Calypso

After having been Zeus' prisoner on Gozo Island for centuries, Calypso is now free! The goddess of the waves didn't have to search very far to find her true home, Calypso Palace, located at the heart of a waterpark that bears her name. It was destiny! Calypso Palace has everything she could wish for in a dream home: giant waves that all obey her!

Even More Fun!