Discovering the abundance of Northern Ireland's diverse wildlife and incredible creatures.

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Wild on Water - Wet'n'Wild Toronto - Netflix

Wet'n'Wild Toronto (formerly known as “Sunshine Beach” and later Wild Water Kingdom) is a water park in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Opened in 1986, the 100-acre (0.40 km2) complex hosts a variety of attractions, including numerous water slides, a wave pool, a lazy river, a four lane zip-line and two kid's splash areas. Since becoming Wet'n'Wild Toronto, the park has established a stronger family-focus and has eliminated a number of bars and food vendors within the park confines.

Wild on Water - 2010s - Netflix

New bars were added and Wild Water Kingdom announces their first mascot “Hugo the hippo.” BeaverTails opened at the park as part of the dining options. In July 2012 a new zip line attraction called Face Drop was added.The first of its kind in Canada, Face Drop has four 1,200-foot long high-tension cable rides that can be reaching speeds of 50 km/hr In May 2015, Wild Water Kingdom announced that it would be closed for the 2015 season while it underwent major renovations and expansions. The water park remained closed during the 2016 season for continued renovations but the sports complex and golf driving range remained open. Premier Parks, LLC, the operator of multiple attraction properties in Canada and the United States, acquired Wild Water Kingdom in July 2016. They announced a complete rebuild this is the second consecutive season for Wild Water Kingdom to be closed. In December 2016, the park was renamed Wet'n'Wild Toronto to match with its sister parks. The new expansion includes the renovation and renaming of most of the old slides, plus five new slides and two new kiddie attractions. They reopened the park on June 30, 2017, after several sneak peeks.

Wild on Water - References - Netflix