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null Tomlinson Aqua Park to open on weekends

June 1, 2016

Note: The waterslide will not be open the weekend of June 4 & 5.

Kingston's favourite outdoor water park opens on weekends starting Saturday, June 4. Located at 303 York St., Tomlinson Aqua Park offers residents an affordable way to stay active - and cool - all summer long.

"Nothing says summer like zipping down the 10-metre waterslide or floating on the lazy river," says Lynda Breen, supervisor, recreation programs with the City of Kingston.

"There really is something for everyone at Tomlinson Aqua Park. The splash pad and tot pool are great for the youngest Kingstonians. Teens and adults can swim laps or simply cool off in the lane pool or leisure pool," adds Breen.

Amenities at Tomlinson Aqua Park include:

  • 25-metre lane pool
  • Leisure pool
  • Diving board
  • Tot pool
  • 18-station splash pad
  • 10-metre water slide (users must be 137 cm/4.5 feet tall to use the slide)
  • Lazy river
  • Family change rooms
  • Zero beach entry, offering wheelchair accessibility
  • Day lockers
  • Full aquatic programming, including Red Cross Swim lessons
  • Shaded picnic and patio areas

Tomlinson Aqua Park will be open Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., subject to light and weather conditions. For updates on closures, follow The City of Kingston on Facebook or Twitter.

Drop-in daytime admission is $3.45 per person, evening admission is $2.40 per person and twelve-visit and season passes are available. City of Kingston FitPasses are also accepted.

Tomlinson Aqua Park will offer extended operating days and hours after June 19.

Information on all of the City's splash pads, wading pools and aquatic facilities can be found at

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