Slyvan Lake features Alberta’s first open water adventure park. (Black Press Media files)

Sylvan Lake: This place is where you really want to make a splash

Aqua Splash is Alberta’s first open-water adventure park

If you’re looking to hit the lake and make a big splash, you’ll probably want to check out one of Sylvan Lake’s newest attractions, the Aqua Splash facility.

Alberta’s first open-water adventure park, Aqua Splash has an amazing array of obstacles and activities, including a 15-foot tower, an oversized trampoline, slides, cliffs, climbing tower and more.

The facility is staffed with certified lifeguards.

Sylvan Lake’s Aqua Splash is about 24 kilometres away from Eckville.

(Note: Alberta has imposed some restrictions on non-essential travel during the COVID-19 crisis, but as you plan your future trip, you can find out about Aqua Splash’s current operations by checking this website and this Facebook page.)

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