Parc Jean Drapeau is brining Montrealers another challenge this summer: staying afloat.
Aquazilla, the floating obstacle course on water, is returning to the man-made island again this summer as it preps to launch (maybe literally) on June 19.
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- Internet sensation Grumpy Cat has died at age 7
- This wild water park opens on June 21 just outside of Montreal
- Montreal's FREE beachside village opens for the season this month
The 30-by-35 metre inflatable structure is combined with obstacles, slides, and platforms. Your job is to complete the course without falling into the Jean-Doré beach.
Aquazilla features a wiggle bridge (every obstacle course needs a wiggle bridge), trampoline, climbing towers, a variety of slides, monkey bars, a giant swing, a plank, flip bags, and an infinite loop.
If that’s not enough to grab your swim gear out of the closet, check out Aquazilla’s promotional trailer from 2016, embedded below:
Life-vests are required to board Aquazilla and are provided at the course’s entrance.
Good luck staying dry!
When: June 19 – August 25 and August 31 – September 2
Time: 10 am – 7 pm
Where: Parc Jean Drapeau
Price: 6 – 13 years: $13 for an hour/$25 unlimited, 14 and over: $15 for an hour/$28 unlimited, family deal: $50 f0r an hour, $98 unlimited (tickets available on-site)