Calaway Park, Calgary
Calaway Park, Calgary - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 245033 Range Road 33, Calgary, AB T3Z 2E9, Canada
Ticket Price: 38 CAD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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About Calaway Park, Calgary
The largest outdoor amusement park in Western Canada, the Calaway Park is a must visit while on a family vacation! Boasting of 32 family-friendly rides, you have to hop onto the crowd favourites- Aeromax, Bumper Boats, Chaos, Balloon Ascension, Flying Ace, Hilltop Railway and Timber Falls! Within the park premises is a gaming arcade housing 23 games.
Calaway Park Information
- Do check official website for open days before planning a visit.
Calaway Park Ticket Prices
One Day Admission:
- Regular (7-49 years): $37.95
- Junior (3-6 years): $31
- Seniors (50+): $29
- Entry is free for children under two years.
- Prices are exclusive of taxes. GST may apply.
Calaway Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Seasonal timings apply. Please check official website before planning a visit.
- As per season, the park may be open only on weekends during some months and daily during others.
How To reach Calaway Park by Public Transport
- Hiring a taxi is recommended.
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Calaway Park, Calgary Reviews - Write a Review
Great place, Fun rides, tones to do. I've had some memorable times come from this place. Although its often quite busy if you don't go at the right times and prices for food and snacks are far from great.
Had a really good time ..the entrance fee was $40 which is not expensive and it includes all rides. I went out with my friends here and we brought our own food and drinks, yes there was waiting line for rides...but it was not too long and rides were worth it. Plus this park is at great location with lots of friendly staff. We enjoyed a lot and it was wonderful experience overall.
m... my daughter left the park in tears today... We were in line to the "The Boulder Bumpers". The lady who worked there measured my daughter (she was ok to go), then realized there is only one car available. We had to skip an extra ride to get both kids in there. When the time has come, the lady (Chelsea I believe) remeasured my daughter, saying things like "you HAVE to leave". I tried to explain that a week ago she was fine and were riding here with no problems... The lady started arguing with me in a raised voice WHY my daughter can not go and she has probably just grew so much since then. My both children were shocked by this kind of service, no one is allowed to talk with them in this manner. We were just humiliated on the day of Thank you Calgary weekend. P.S. there are rules of being certain height, that I respect, but her head was just under the bar (not leaving enough gap as I was told by the lady) and a week ago it worked. The one thing my daughter asked me and I did not know what to tell to be honest - Why the first measurement was fine?! we waited and now she turned us out? did I REALLY grew up so much in 3 min so much today to break the car, when measured the second time!
I still love this place. Rides are always fantastic, staff is usually very friendly! Wait times aren't bad at all, and is often worth the wait. Only complaints are seating, and food areas. The one indoor restaurant is simply not big enough to manage the guests in the park. Indoor seating areas are important especially with the weather. But there's hardly any room. Food service is also not very efficient, and definitely stressful for both staff, and guests during peak hours. I feel bad for the staff who have to work with the food. Other than that, park is clean, and you're sure to have a great day there!
Our first time in the campground was with the Canada 150 package: 2 nights full service + 4 1-day passes for $150. We're a bit new to the RV life, with just 2 years and a total of now 6 trips under our belts. We've dry camped and now full service camped. Calaway campground was a great experience. Compared to our past practice of a single hotel night and a day at the park then heading home back in Edmonton this was an amazing deal! With full hookups, clean sites, great grass absent of any weeds, and a super kid-friendly environment with showers and plumbing. The free hot chocolate/coffee was also an unexpected treat even though I knew of it ahead of time I didn't appreciate how awesome it would be for all four of us. And, the coffee wasn't bad. Prices in the store were convenient but not cheap but also not insanely inflated as you might see in a Vegas convenient store in a hotel. If we see a package like this in the future, we will most definitely snap it up. Just wish the seasons pass offered some kind of discount- because we'd totally get a pass and camp more often!