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Check it out! Inflatable water park now open at Bell Park

The local facility operates until Labour Day weekend

In case you’d like to check it out, Splash N Go Adventure Parks Limited said its inflatable water park has now opened at the Bell Park waterfront.

The facility in Bell Park will remain open daily until the Labour Day weekend.

A similar park has also opened at Gore Bay on Manitoulin Island, and  remain open until July 31, at which point it will be relocating to the Big Water Campground in Timmins for the month of August.

You may remember Splash N Go from last summer, when it was set up in Vermillion Lake Park in Chelmsford.

“As you know, our park has expanded and will be 250 per cent larger than the park offered in 2021,” said a press release.

“Our new park offers a multi-level course system with challenges and obstacles for all skill levels ranging from easy to relaxed to extreme and challenging. Suitable for ages five and up, this floating obstacle course is perfect for the whole family to enjoy.”

The company said it has signed a three-year agreement with the City of Greater Sudbury to be the exclusive provider of the inflatable waterpark at Bell Park on Ramsey Lake. 

The park will be hosting four 1.5 hour sessions throughout the day. These sessions start at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to arrive one hour before their booking to sign in and complete waivers.

Passes will be available for $25 tax included per person per session and include full access to the inflatable park. 

As a result of the popularity of the park last summer and the limited capacity of the park, visitors are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets online prior to arrival in order to guarantee entry. 

Passes are available for purchase via the Splash N Go Adventure Parks website at 


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