Super Splash Waterpark opens at the St. Marys Quarry on June 25

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Visitors will be able to climb, jump, swing, bounce and slide their way through the Super Splash inflatable obstacle course at the St. Marys Quarry starting June 25. Dubbed the “ultimate playground,” this inflatable for ages six and older will include a 14-foot-tall Ice Tower for free climbing and a 12-foot-tall giant slide.

Visitors must pre-register online for both the Quarry and the Super Splash Waterpark through two different websites. First, they’ll need to book and pay for one or more swim times at Second, they’ll need to visit to book and pay for their time on the inflatable. 

Quarry hours are split into two swim times: 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. and 3:15 to 7:30 p.m. Admission rates are $7 for adults and $4.50 for youth per swim time.

Super Splash Waterpark admission is $25 per person for two hours or $20 per person for an evening pass.

For questions about the Quarry, contact 519-284-3090 or

More details about the Super Splash Waterpark can be found on the attraction’s website,

Frequently Asked Questions

What safety measures will be in place for the Super Splash Waterpark?

Everyone who uses the inflatable must wear a life jacket, sign a waiver, and follow the rules of use. Lifeguards will receive training on the waterpark and be on-site as well. For more about safety, please visit:

Is the Super Splash Waterpark run by the Town (i.e. funded with taxpayer dollars)?

No, the Super Splash Waterpark is a privately owned business. The Super Splash company is paying a rental fee to use space at the Quarry and everyone that uses the inflatable must pay admission first.

Why aren’t stand-up paddleboard rentals still available at the Quarry?

The Town of St. Marys has paused stand-up paddleboard rentals at the St. Marys Quarry until staff can determine the best way to move visitors in and out of the Super Splash Waterpark inflatable.

Where can I park?

There is a small, free parking lot across the street from the St. Marys Quarry as well as bike racks available. Parking is also available at the nearby Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum baseball diamond parking lots. Several municipal lots are also available downtown within a ten-to-twenty-minute walking distance depending on the lot. 

For more details, please download our parking map with estimated walking times.

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