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Attraction: Bridal Falls Waterpark, Rosedale

Anyone who's driven along Highway 1 over the years is familiar with the sight: bright blue waterslides snaking their way down a lush green slope. Formerly known as the Trans-Canada WaterSlides, Bridal Falls Waterpark offers the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland's most accessible waterslides, with no stairs for you to worry about!

Bridal Falls Waterpark RosedaleLocated near Chilliwack (an hour and 15 minutes from Vancouver along Highway 1), these family-oriented facilities make for the perfect day of fun in the sun (and the water) for family and friends.

Four advanced slides provide excitement for kids of all ages (over 42" tall), a tube slide (over 48" tall) and intermediate slides please the most discerning riders, and 3 kiddie slides round out the hill - all with no stairs, and heated water for your comfort. A gigantic hot tub is perfect for soothing your muscles after a long day of sliding, and toddlers get their own splash park and kiddie pool.

The waterpark offers lifejacket and locker rentals; showers, restrooms and change rooms; a gift shop; and ice cream and coffee shop - making this a full-service, all-day destination for family fun. Bring your own picnic lunch to enjoy on their acres of picnic park, or grab a meal from their concession and snack bar. Bridal Falls Waterpark Tubing

If you're looking for the VIP experience, call ahead to book your own space including hard shelter, insect netting, propane BBQ and ice cooler all set up for your family.

Rates are affordable, with a full day of sliding at $20, and evening rates (after 3pm) of $14.29 - parents can also opt for a cheaper "dry day pass" if they choose to stay out of the water. All guests get free parking, but with camping next door at Bridal Falls Camperland RV Resort, you might want to spend the night!

For more information on Bridal Falls Waterpark, click here.

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