Plan a trip with your kids at Kidstown Water Park, Scarborough in summer vacations

Make your kids, summer special by making a trip to Kidstown water park, Scarborough, at weekends.


If you plan a trip to Toronto, do not forget to visit the Scarborough neighborhood. It is a multicultural neighborhood with huge cliffs, lined with parks, hiking trails, Zoo, Museum, beaches, and much more.

Scarborough has all life facilities such as roads, transport, security, shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, schools, and hospitals. It also has big opportunities for business; it is situated at a location from where you can go anywhere in Toronto by own car or public transport.

The museum at Scarborough is the best place for you to visit and spend your day with your loved ones. You get the chance to reveal the history there, not just of Canada but also of other nations. There are long walking trails and beautiful parks to sit and arrange a family picnic party.

You can go to the beach in the warm seasons to take a bath and sit under the green trees to have fun with your friends. Scarborough bluffs give an eye-catching view from there.  Some other popular spots in Scarborough are panned sports centre, kidstown water park, east point park, Toronto Zoo, and bluffs.

Kidstown Water Park

Kidstwon Water Park is the best place to visit in Toronto with your kids on summer weekends. The Water park is equipped with outdoor water facilities for little kids for a safe bath.  There are many water features such as a wading pool, splash pad, squirting aquatic animals, tipping buckets, and much more.

There are extensive grassy lands where you can arrange a family picnic and play different games with your kids. The areas around the Park are green and have long trails covered with green trees that make your hiking peaceful.

The major facilities at Kidstwon Water Park are outside the water pool and Water Park; people came from the entire city to make their kids happy.  There are four paid parking facilities for your vehicles, washrooms, receptions desk, sidewalks, ramp into the pool, and fountains that seem very beautiful.

The Kidstown Water Park remains open for the seven days of the week between 11 am to 7 pm. You can also book the picnic spots for large gatherings, but make it reserved by calling at the reception desk. Never forget to visit Kidstown Water Park if you visit Toronto in the summer.

Learn more about Scarborough Civic Centre