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10 amazing water parks near Montreal you need to visit this summer

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Stephanie White May 09, 2018 7:57 am 283
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One of the best parts of summer heat is finding new and exciting ways to beat it.

Cool off from the scorching temperatures this summer at a waterpark, where you can enjoy the thrill of a high-speed slide, riding a river raft with friends, and floating down a lazy river. There are ten excellent water parks you need to visit, all within a three hour drive from Montreal.

With so many waterparks near Montreal, you could go to a different one every weekend this summer!

Super Aqua Club

Super Aqua Club

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Located close to Montreal, Super Aqua Club offers plenty to do including water slides, a lazy river, and an obstacle course over water. Two not to be missed rides are the Tornado, a water slide higher than a seven-story building, and the Wipe Zone, where you need to cross the structure without falling in the water. Super Aqua Club also offers private beach areas where you can rent a gazebo.

Where: 322, Montée de la Baie, Pointe-Calumet, QC, J0N 1G2

When: Opens in June

Admission: Rates vary based on height

Granby Zoo Amazoo Water Park

Granby Zoo

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Inside the zoo is an aquatic park that has several water slides, a lazy river, games, and a massive heated wave pool. While visiting make sure to try the Adventure River where you float down a river inspired by the Amazon rainforest and can dump buckets of water on your friends! If you are visiting with children, then you need to visit the Captain Dragon’s Den where a giant cannon will spray everyone with bubbles.

Location: Granby, Quebec

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Opens: June

Admission: Varies

Calypso Water Park

Calypso Water Park

Calypso Water Park

Canada’s biggest themed water park has something for everyone! With 35 water slides, a wave pool, private cabanas, and two themed lazy rivers there is plenty for your family to try. If you are going with a group, consider renting a the Palace Suites or VIP Cabanas for the day. These private cabanas are perfect for storing all your stuff and gives your group reserved lounge chairs. Best of all they make a convenient meetup point so everyone can come and go as they please.

Location: Limoges, Ontario

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour 50 minutes

Opens: June

Admission: Varies based on height

Mont Saint-Sauveur Water Park

Mont Saint-Sauveur

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This massive water park offers over 20 waterslides, a wave pool, a lazy river, hot tub, and play area for the kids. Before visiting Mont Saint-Sauveur Water Park make sure to visit their website which lists what water slides are open that day. For the ultimate thrill make sure to try the Colorado River waterslide where raft down rapids.

Location: Mont Saint-Sauveur, Quebec

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Opens: June

Admission: $37.40 per adult

Bromont Water Park

Bromont Water Park

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Cool off this summer at Bromont Water Park which has 13 water slides and four pools. To find the waterslide perfect for the level of thrill you are looking for all the slides are labelled as either easy, difficult, very difficult, or extreme. Once you are done tubing down the water slides and splashing in the 24,000 sq. ft. wave pool, admission to the waterpark also grants you access to the mountain bike experience, hiking trails, and alpine luges.

Location: Bromont, Quebec

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Opens: June

Admission: Rates vary by height

Mont Cascades

Mont Cascades

Mont Cascades

Bring your family and race each other down water slides in the four-lane racing zone. Mont Cascades offers several different water slides to enjoy along with a pool and kid zone. The water slides are Mont Cascades are designed by the same company, which made the water slides for famous water parks such as Canada’s Wonderland, Six Flags, Universal Studios, and Disney.

Location: Cantley, Quebec

Distance from Montreal: 2 hours and 30 minutes

Opens: June

Admission: Price varies based on height

Valcartier Water Park

Valcartier Water Park

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This massive water park has both an indoor and outdoor waterpark to enjoy. Valcartier Water Park has more than 35 waterslides, two themed rivers, wave pools, and over 100 water games to enjoy. No matter the season or weather, you can always spend a fun day at Valcartier Water Park due to the 102,000 sq. ft. indoor water park.

Location: Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, Quebec

Distance from Montreal: 2 hours 50 minutes

Opens: June (outdoor waterpark) All year (indoor waterpark)

Admission: Varies based on height

Aqua Parc St-Pie

Aqua Parc St-Pie

Aqua Parc St-Pie

Only 1 hour from Montreal Aqua Parc St-Pie has six water slides, a swimming pool, and water games for the kids. In addition to the water park, Aqua Parc St-Pie allows you to camp on site and you can buy bundled camping and water park passes for additional savings.

Location: Saint-Pie, Quebec

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour

Opens: June

Admission: $26 for adults

Parc Safari Aquaparc

Parc Safari Aquaparc

Parc Safari Aquaparc

Spend the day on their eight water slides including the new Dolphin Lagoon. Here the water park is targeted for young children, so there are plenty of water sprinklers, kid-friendly water slides, lazy rivers, and wading pools to enjoy. Included in your day pass to the water park is admission to the zoo where you can enjoy the drive-through safari. This zoo is the only place in Quebec where it is possible to see African animals.

Location: Hemmingford, Quebec

Distance from Montreal: 45 minutes

Opens: May

Admission: $29.95 per adult

Jay Peak Pump House Indoor Water Park

Jay Peak Pump House Indoor Water Park

Jay Peak Pump House Indoor Water Park

This indoor water park is open all year. Kids will love the Mill Pond play area, while adults can test their courage at The Drop water slide where you slide down at 45 miles per hour and do a full 360-degree turn before reaching the bottom. Offering so much more than just water slides here you can learn to surf or boogie board on the Double Barrel Flowrider, float on the lazy river, or soak in the hot tubs.

Location: Jay, Vermont

Distance from Montreal: 2 hours

Opens: All year

Admission: $41 for adults

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