Canada's largest water park to debut June 7
Written by Joshua Counsil
Canada's largest, long-anticipated water park, Calypso Waterpark, is set to debut on June 7, according to the Ottawa Citizen.Tweet
Located in Limoges, Ontario, just 20 minutes east of Ottawa, the $45-million dollar park has already sold more than 6,000 annual passes.
The park features an array of attractions, including 80-foot long speed slides, a half-kilometer jungle river winding past a 52,000-square-foot wave pool, a beach, and two play areas for children.
Park owner Guy Drouin states that one innovative park feature for guests is the ability to make purchases with their fingerprint.
“When you are with a bathing suit, you cannot carry a wallet or money. It’s hard to do that. If you want to buy anything you have to go back to your locker, take some money, buy something, and go back to your locker. That’s a long trip,” Drouin told the Citizen.
The park was originally set to debut in 2009 as SunnyLand Amusement Resort, according to the Ottawa Sun, but construction was delayed due to inclement weather. The name was changed to ease bilingualism concerns.
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