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7 B.C. waterparks to wet your parched skin

This week's forecast is predicting a blue, cloudless sky across B.C. with an omnipresent sun holding the skin-roasting average hovering near 30 C.

To remedy the warm weather, we've helped you find the best waterparks in B.C. so you can soak up the Vitamin D without turning too pink.

Cultus Lake Waterpark - Chilliwack, BC

Topping the list is B.C.'s largest waterpark, Cultus Lake Waterpark. Paired with an adventure park, the duo can bring a healthy dose of chill and thrill into your weekend.

Boasting 11 slides that that will send you skipping across the landing pool or sloshing around in a tube there's a variety of choices to slide-seekers on top of their rivers, hot tubs and tot zones.

On July 20 and Aug. 17, the park will also be hosting a Nightslide Concert featuring bands Swamp Honey, Pleasant Trees and Ezra Kwizera in July and North Country Gentlemen, and Terrance Richard in August to serenade your sliding.

For admission rates, click here.

Big Splash Waterpark - Tsawwassen, BC

The Big Splash Waterpark is living up its name this summer, introducing the Boomerango - the only slide of its kind in western Canada - for the 2018 year.

On top of the hot, new attraction, the park provides nine summer-essential slides with a couple of kids' splash pads to keep the younglings busy all day.

With events going on all through July and August, it's always a good time to go. For information on admission rates, click here.

Harrison Watersports Park - Harrison, BC

The Harrison Watersports Waterpark floats organically atop Harrison Lake with numerous buoyant activities spread across the blue, green and yellow park.

Sidekick to the floating playground are blaster bumper boats and sea-doo rentals to cap off the list of things to do on Harrison Lake.

For information on admission rates, click here.

Loco Landing - Penticton, BC

It may not be a water-exclusive park, but it serves a three-course meal of good times, adventure and water-ful accessories for dessert.

You can capture the golf all-star in you on the mini-golf course, or cool your friends off in the bumper boats at the Loco Landing.

For more information on admission rates, click here.

Atlantis Waterslides - Vernon, BC

Located near Swan Lake, these waterslides offer an array of choices with six different tube and body slides to soar down.

They've also got their fair share of tubs for tired travellers to rest in while the adventurers brave slides like the River Riot and Double Trouble.

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For information on admission, click here.

Salmon Arm Waterslides - Salmon Arm, BC

Combined with an RV Camping Site, the waterslides offer a sleep and slide type of weekend.

For more information on admission rates, click here.

Wibit Waterpark - Kelowna, BC

This buoyant bonanza of bouncy activities can entertain children (and their subtly excited guardians) for hours.

Similar to the Harrison Watersports Waterpark, this green, blue and yellow gargantuan bouncy park offers supervision to kids looking to try it on their own.

For more information on admission prices, click here.

Stay cool this summer!

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