Trinidad’s Ultimate Water Parks


Are you visiting Trinidad soon and want to do something fun outdoors in the sun and in water, but without the sand or hike to a waterfall or the drive to a far off river? Well, there are a number of waterparks that offer fun in the great outdoors. You can shoot down a turbo slide splashing into a pool of water or close your eyes while you float on an inner tube down a lazy river.

Harry’s Water Park

One of the largest water parks in the twin island, located on 30-acres of land on the Tabaquite Road, Rio Claro, it is about one and a half hours drive from Port of Spain.  Before you go, it’s best to call ahead and ask how much it costs to rent one of the rustic carat sheds. These are located around the boating pond and offer wonderful views of the park. They provide much needed shade, seating, BBQ pits, running water. That way you and your crew can drive up through the park to your designated shed. Once there, a big welcome sign greets visitor’s which leads to the ample car park which facilitates visitors to park for the day. The park is vast and includes a boating pond which offers paddles boats for three persons or kayaks for one, numerous waterslides, Lazyman River – tubing and hammock area, three swimming pools – two large, one small and zip lining across the lake. And for your little ones who aren’t quite ready to plunge down a waterslide you can take them to the Nature Trail and Wildlife Park- mini zoo or for some ice cream in Harry’s Food.


Located in south Trinidad on the M2 Ring Road, Debe, Fun Splash offers a modern state-of-the-art waterpark. The main open area is ideal for toddlers as the water level is only 18-inches so they get to have a bit more freedom to splash about where colourful animals spout water.  For older kids, the man-made boating pond is fun and away from the rest of the park. The park includes a large recreational swimming pool, Kayaking, Paddle boats, a 20ft high Aqua Twister, Turbo Slide and a food hut.

Five Islands Amusement Park

On the popular western peninsula of Trinidad you will find this waterpark. It is one of the newest and boasts of having a premier waterslides such as the mat racer, the huge superbowl which whirls around and around, the boomerang, constrictor and rattler water slides. Then there is the outdoors go-kart track where you can really put your foot down, a surf rider for those of you who want to experience a mind-blowing surfing experience without even leaving the shore and a roller skating rink, try the thrill of DragonFly an amusement park ride. For youngsters, there’s Rainbow Land an adventure in bounce. There are indoor attractions of a rope course called the Howler Trail, a trampoline jump zone, a huge arcade for the video gamers. Then relax at Wahoo Beach Bar overlooking the sea.

Skallywag Bay

Ahoy me hearties! On the western coast, outside of the capital city of Port of Spain lies Scallywag Bay– the land of the “Gruffles,” the pirate-themed adventure park. Opened in 2018, although not quite a water park it is the latest wholesome, quality, family oriented entertainment fun in the Trinidad sun. There’s an exciting game of 18-hole miniature golf, train ride, Walk the Plank rock climbing, pirate themed roller coaster and bumper boats.

Grab your crew and splash down for some outdoor fun where there’s wholesome entertainment for the whole family whether big or small. So, brace yourself for a liquid adrenaline rush in the Trinidad.