Please read these important changes regarding the waterpark due to COVID 19.
This year we will be operating things differently in regards to the guidelines of the province. A distance of 2 meters will need to be observed by people of different families or bubbles. QFFF will be offering three 2 hour passes throughout the day. We are only able to sell up to 50 tickets totals per 2-hour slot. See all info below.
What time does the water park open, and what time slots do you have?
The Water Park will open from 10:00 am-5:00 pm daily. Opens on the 30.june 2020. Closed September 6th, 2020(Last day).Weather dependent.
Time Slots are as followed:
12:30 PM-2:30 PM
3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Should I book online or in-person?
You should most definitely book online in advance this year! We only have 150 slots per day and they will go fast. Booking in person may risk you getting a spot. If the places are free they can also be done at the cash desk and booked. You can also call and book by phone if it is not possible to book online.
How do I come down and get signed up after I purchase my ticket online?
Once you have purchased your ticket online, You can sign the waiver online or at the entrance from the waterpark. To save time is it better you sign online the waiver.
PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY TO DO THIS, as with all the new rules and regulations this will take longer than it did in previous years.
What if the province opens up and allows more than 50 people.
QFFF will reassess the situation when the information comes available. If we deem it’s safe to open it up to more than 50 people we may go back to an all-day pass. Anyone who bought a 2-hour slot would then receive an all-day pass from then on.
What are we at QFFF doing to keep you safe?
We will be frequently cleaning or facility and water park. As well as washing and disinfecting all our lifejackets after use. ALL CUSTOMERS have to wash their hands before entering the Waterpark.
Will QFFF be providing masks?
No, patrons are asked to bring their own masks if they wish to wear one.
What is the age limit for the waterpark?
Children ages 5 to 12 require adult supervision or someone 18 years and older to assist them in the park in the water. 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 required to be signed on location prior to taking part in this activity. Please review the risks before taking part in this activity. Ages 18+ must sign the waivers themselves. Anyone under the age of 18 must have their parent or legal guardian sign for them. Preferred if under the age of 18, a 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 12 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 18 years or older) No Lifeguards on duty.Swim at your own risk.
Can I leave and re-enter the park?
For the 2020 season due to Covid-19, we will not be allowing patrons to come and go from our water park.
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 group rates?
For the 2020 season, we will not be offering group rates as per provincial health recommendations.