Coast to coast, Canada has no problem serving up fun. These six theme and amusement parks across the country will have you zipping over the city on a coaster or soaking up the sun on a pool deck.
Playland in Vancouver
Playland in Vancouver, British Columbia might be Canada’s oldest amusement park, but it’s got lots of scream-worthy rides to get your heart racing! Ride the oldest rollercoaster and be sure to stop by for The Fair at the PNE that takes place every August that allows you to test out all the rides with extra bonuses like delicious fair food, concerts, and carnival games.
Galaxyland in Edmonton
North America’s largest shopping mall wouldn’t be complete without the world’s largest indoor amusement park! Break up your day of shopping and go for a spin — just don’t get too dizzy.
Canada's Wonderland in Toronto
If you’re looking for big thrills head straight to Canada’s Wonderland – our biggest theme park. Located just outside of Toronto it’s got everything from upside-down rollercoasters to a splash park.
Calypso Park in Ottawa
Are you brave enough to go down the slides at Canada’s largest waterpark? Then don’t miss Calypso where you'll find cabanas, slides, and Canada's largest wave pool.
Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto
La Ronde in Montreal
Visiting Quebec? Then don’t miss a day at La Ronde and the Tour de Ville pictured here.
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