For a chill day on the lake, book our BBQ boat rental with your friends and family. Bring along some food to grill or order ahead from a local restaurant.
HARRISON LAKE WATERPARK PACKAGE
- 2 Hour Weekday Pass Ages 10+ | Ages 6-9 require paid adult supervision | 0-5 not permitted
- 2 Hour Weekend Pass Ages 10+ | Ages 6-9 require paid adult supervision | 0-5 not permitted
Play at the water park and on bumper boats!
Pick your time slot, and enjoy a full 2 hours on our giant inflatable water park. The water park has everything from swings, teeter-totters, monkey bars, and hamster balls! Of course, keeping all your favorites, including the BLOB!
If that wasn’t enough, this deal also gets you a 30-minute bumper boat rental. Loaded with electric water guns, these boats are fun for all ages including you. Accessible to the open lake surroundings, these boats are just great for floating around or getting immersed in water fights. This 30-minute bumper boats can be used anytime from 10 AM-6 PM.
Lastly, you will receive a wetsuit that will shield you from the beautiful emerald water of Harrison Lake.
This action-packed day will have you talking about how much fun you had for weeks to come!
- 2-hour Waterpark admission
- 30 Bumper boat (can be used anytime from 10 AM- 6 PM.)
- Wetsuit rental
Please read these important changes regarding the waterpark due to COVID 19.
Since 2012 HWS has been offering an all-day pass with in and out privileges. This year we will be operating things differently in regards to the new province guideline. HWS will be offering three 2 hour time slots.
What time does the water park open, and what time slots do you have?
The Water Park will open from 11:00 am-6:00 pm daily. Opens June 26th, 2021. Closed September 6th, 2021 (last day).
Time Slots are as followed:
1:30 PM-3:30 PM
4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Should I book online or in-person?
You should definitely book online in advance! We have limited spots per day, and they do book up quickly. We always suggest booking online, as booking in person will not guarantee you a spot.
How do I come down and get signed up after I purchase my ticket online?
Once you have purchased your ticket online, you will need to come down to the marina to sign our waiver and receive your stamp.
PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY IN ORDER TO DO THIS (at least 45 mins), as with all the new rules and regulations, this will take longer than it has in previous years. Once you have received your stamp, we will ask you to come back down to the marina 30 mins before your time slot to get fitted for a lifejacket and get ready for the shuttle tube.
How we will be shuttling people for the 2021 season?
This year with physical distancing, we will be offering more shuttle tubes that are larger in order to provide maximum space, so people can physically distance themselves from others.
How do we get to and from the waterpark?
We provide a shuttle to the waterpark from the main beach. When the 2-hour duration period ends or when someone is finished, we are shuttling all patrons back to the main beach for drop off. We do this in order to keep the dock under the set guidelines that the province is recommending.
What Harrison Watersports is doing in order to keep you safe?
We will be frequently cleaning our facility and water park. We will also be washing and disinfecting all our wet suits and lifejackets after each use. All of our staff will also be wearing face masks. We highly recommend that all customers also wear a face mask at the facility until they are ready for their activity.
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 in the park.
How old do you need to be to sign the waiver?
Release of liability form is required to be signed on location prior to taking part in this activity. It is very important to review the risks. The link to our waiver is at the 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. It is preferred if under the age of 19, a parent or legal guardian be on site to sign.
Is our waterpark supervised?
Trained water safety personnel supervise our water park daily. Children under the age of 10 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, and have the ability to take care of themselves and are able to contact you after their times slot.
Can I leave and re-enter the park?
For the 2021 season, we will not be allowing patrons to come and go from our water park.
Do you have any observer rates in the park?
No, anyone who accesses the water park must pay the regular admission rates.
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 a one-time use only. We are asking you to please store your belongings in your vehicle or hotel room to keep the facilities more vacant.
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 Harrison Lake cold?
The lake starts to warm up July through August. We highly recommend wet suit rentals that are available for the day at $5.35 per suit.
Do you have group rates?
For the 2021 season, we will not be offering group rates as per provincial health recommendations.
- We are practicing social distancing on the water park. Please respect each other’s space while taking part in this activity.
- You must wear a fitted Life Jacket at all times.
- Use the buddy system and keep a look out for each other.
- There are 3 lifeguards located on the water park for your safety.
- Stay clear of the shuttle platform when it’s coming in and out of the waterpark.
- Always check the water depths before entering the water, as the water levels are variable and fluctuate in the park throughout the season.
- Always enter the water feet first. No Diving (Shallow Water in Areas)
- Do not swim under any of the water park platforms or structures. Be aware that some structures move around in the wind.
- Never climb underneath someone as they could fall onto you.
- Get wet before you use the slides, otherwise you could cause injury.
- Slide feet first on your bottom and don’t hold hands.
- Make sure the water and landing area is clear before entering or sliding into the water.
- Don’t slide down in areas where there are handles.
- When using Teeter Totter’s always hold onto the handles or you could cause serious injury to yourself or others.
- 10 Person Max allowed on the top landings of the Large Action Towers.
- 8 Person Max allowed on top of the Pyramid.
- 6 Person Max allowed on top of the Large Slide.
- To use the Blob, you must be age 10 and go through the orientation before use.
- No Pushing or horse play. Please give smaller children the right of way.
- No running, walk carefully and show caution, as the platforms can be slippery and unstable.
- Emergency procedure: One air horn blast followed by whistle blast. Clear the water and sit on the nearest platform. Listen for instructions from the lifeguards.
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 we will 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, you must first get wet first and then lie down on your back. All body slides must be ridden feet first, either by sitting or lying down. There is 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. There will be no intolerable or offensive language/behaviour that 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.