Brandon will be the hottest destination this summer but don't worry; you'll get to cool off at the same time.
Brandon Bouncy Castles is set to open a "summer" water park on the Keystone Centre grounds at the corner of Richmond Avenue and 13th street.
James Ruser owns Brandon Bouncy Castles and he will be bringing in the new attraction.
"I've been playing with the idea of opening a new waterslide park for a few years and everything has come together," said Ruser. "Keystone Grounds has been fantastic to work with. I've ordered a bunch of waterslides from California and they're getting manufactured and they'll be on their way up."
There will be eight different waterslides ranging from 10 feet to 50 feet. There will also be bubble soccer and a game called archery combat tag among other things.
One of the slides is called the "Dropkick" and it's a zero-gravity slide. There is also a slide that is 43 feet high that's called the "Purple Monster".
"We have slides that are also designed for young kids and any of the grandparents coming out as well," added Ruser. "I really built it with the family in mind. It's tailored to the whole family coming out for an experience."
"Archery combat tag is like laser tag and paintball but it's with specially designed arrows that have foam tips and bows as well," he added.
The water park is expected to open on June 12 and it will remain open until July 28.
"There is a lot of work to be done but I know the community is going to love it," added Ruser.