Looking for some fun on Harrison Lake? Bumper boats are fun for all ages and are great for team games, with water guns that shoot up to 10 feet!
- Weekday Pass Ages 10+ | Ages 6-9 require adult supervision
- Weekend Pass Ages 10+ | Ages 6-9 require adult supervision
Come cool off with us at Harrison Water Park
Come cool off with Harrison watersports giant inflatable waterpark! Enjoy swings, slides, climbing obstacles, teeter-totters, the blob, rope swings, and much more. An all-day waterpark pass with continuous in and out privileges allowing you to take a break, relax on the beach, and explore Harrison whenever you want!
This action-packed day will have you talking about how much fun you had for weeks to come!
What time does the water park open?
The Water Park open from 11:00 am-6:00 pm daily. Opens June 27th, 2020. Closed September 7th(Last day).
What is the age limit for the waterpark?
Ages 10 and up without adult supervision. Children ages 6 to 9 require adult supervision or someone 16 years and older to assist them. Parents should not leave their children unattended while out on the park.
How old do you need to be to sign the waiver?
Release of liability form required to be signed on location prior to taking part in this activity. Please review the risks before taking part in this activity. Link to our waiver at bottom of this page, please read. Ages 16+ must sign the waivers themselves. Anyone under the age of 16 must have their parent or legal guardian sign for them. Preferred if under the age 19 parent or guardian be on site to sign.
Is our waterpark supervised?
Trained water safety personnel supervise our Water Park. Children under the age of ten require adult supervision and parents should not leave their underage children unattended while out on the park. (This ADULT can be a responsible family member at least 16 years or older).
Can we drop off our kids by themselves?
If your children are responsible, they can be dropped off and left at the park providing they are 10 years of age or older, have the ability to take care of themselves and able to contact you after their day at the park.
Can I leave and re-enter the park?
Yes, we have a hand stamp re-entry policy and as long as you obtain a hand stamp upon exiting the park you will be allowed re-entry when you return.
Do you have any observer’s rates in the park?
No, anyone who accesses the water park must pay the regular admission rates.
Do you have a half-day rate?
No, we do not have a half-day rate. However, we have a twilight rate for the last two hours of the day. (4pm-6pm)
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash (Canadian and American at par), Visa, MasterCard, and Interac.
Do you have lockers?
Yes, we have a limited number of lockers available. They take toonies($2) and are one-time use only.
How do we get to the waterpark?
We provide shuttles to and from the water park every 5 minutes.
How old do you need to be to use the blob?
To use the blob (inflatable pillow) you must be 10 years and older due to the difficulty of this feature.
Is the Harrison Lake cold?
The lake starts to warm up July through August. We highly recommend wet suits rentals that are available for the day at $5.35 per suit.
Do you have group rates?
To qualify for a group rate, you must be able to meet the following requirements:
- Your group must consist of 20 or more persons.
- You must book a minimum of 2 weeks in advance.
- There must be one payment for the entire group.
- The whole group must enter together at one time.
- A non-refundable deposit will be taken at the time of booking.
- All release of liability forms must be printed and filled out before the group arrives.
If your group meets these requirements, please email Harrison Water Sports to inquire about our group rates and availability: [email protected]
Although we make every effort to ensure your safety, we do not assume responsibility for your safety or loss of personal equipment. In a sport of this nature an element of risk is inherent and beyond human control, and one must always be aware or the risk of drowning or injury in all activities that Harrison Water Sports provides. There are inherent risks on the water park as far as slipping, falling, hitting bottom, anchors or chains (ex. drowning and collisions) – all patrons who use our park facilities use at their own risk and must sign a Release of Liability. In the event of lightning or windstorms, the entire water park will shut down and require patrons to remain off the water until it is safe to return. It’s mandatory for all users of the water park to wear their life jackets on the water park at all times. Harrison Water Sports includes all coast guard approved life jackets. To go on the slides get wet first, lie down on your back. All body slides must be ridden feet first, either by sitting or lying down. No Jumping off the tall structures of the Water Park. Before using the Blob check with the Life Guard at that station for instructions and guidance on the proper use. Before using any inflatable water park structure please follow the safety rules attached to that piece of equipment.
Harrison Water Sports Inc. reserves the right to photograph, film, video tape, record, or otherwise reproduce the image and/or voice of any person who enters the park and use the images and/or voice on any promotional channels, be it electronic, print/digital or via the internet, without obtaining prior consent. Management reserves the right to refuse admittance and service to anyone. Management and staff will enforce the rules and park policies where they see fit. Anyone who does not follow park rules or the park policy is in breach of conduct and may be asked to leave the Water Park. No intolerable or offensive language or behavior will be permitted on premises. Harrison Water Sports Inc. has a no refund policy. We will not refund admissions under any circumstances. Release of Liability will be required for all users participating in Harrison Water Sports Inc. Water Park Activities Although we make every effort to ensure your safety, we do not assume responsibility for your safety or loss of personal equipment. In a sport of this nature an element of risk is inherent and beyond human control, and one must always be aware of the risk of drowning or injury in all activities that Harrison Water Sports provides.