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Latest plans unveiled for Niagara’s Wonder Falls giant waterpark development

Latest plans unveiled for Niagara's Wonder Falls giant waterpark development

Uniland Development has presented a revised version of its proposed Wonder Falls waterpark and hotel complex to Niagara Falls City Council.

The $150m development is set to include a 14-story hotel tower and a massive enclosed waterpark.

According to Senior Development Manager, Kellena Kane, Uniland’s waterpark concept features a wide range of pools and attractions in a bid to capture as much of the market as possible. It has been designed to target all age groups including families and adult-only groups.

A key benefit is the year-round appeal of Wonder Falls. Mayor, Paul Dyster, said it offered major tourism benefits in a city that currently offers visitors few options when the weather is cold or when it’s raining.

A funding package is yet to be finalised. Once design and funding is in place, construction is expected to take two years.

Earlier this month American Niagara Hospitality proposed a plan to build a $20 million Daredevil themed waterpark and $50 million, 200 room hotel in downtown Niagara Falls.

Image courtesy Uniland Development Co.

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Charles is Managing Director at Blooloop. He attends numerous trade shows around the world and frequently speaks about trends and social media for the attractions industry at conferences. Outside of Blooloop his passions are diving, trees and cricket.

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