Feeling the heat yet, Montreal? While we have some awesome free pools in the city and an all-new beach we can call our own, sometimes the heat calls for a full day of fun and sun... and water slides.\nIf you've been craving a day at a waterpark lately, we have something in common.\nAfter a dear friend of mine recently went WITHOUT ME I've just been dying to get to a water slide ASAP. So in looking around for where I would go, I decided I might as well share the love and show you the fruits of my Google-search labour.\nTicket prices listed below are for adult park-goers. Almost every single park offers a reduced rate for children and adults over 65.\nSeveral parks also offer a discount if you buy your ticket in advance, so consider that option when you're making your plans.\nAnd without further ado, here are 10 awesome waterparks just outside Montreal!\nSuper Aqua Club\nView this post on Instagram Avez-vous hâte à l'été? Nous sommes déjà en préparation pour notre ouverture le 4 juin prochain! #superaquaclub2015 A post shared by Super Aqua Club (@superaquaclub) on Apr 14, 2015 at 12:30pm PDT\nOver 45 attractions, including tube slides, a lazy river, beach access, floating obstacle courses and more.\nLocation: Pointe-Calumet, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 41 minutes\nTicket Price Range: $22-$40\nHead to their page here.\nCalypso Waterpark\nView this post on Instagram Calypso WaterPark A post shared by Mayujan Sinna (@mayujansinna) on Jul 4, 2019 at 10:58am PDT\nOver 35 waterslides and two themed rivers to float down!\nLocation: Limoges, ON\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour 40 mins\nTicket Price Range: $40-$50\nHead to their page here.\nBromont Waterpark\nView this post on Instagram Bromont - A water park less than an hour away from Montreal. :: A menos de un hora de Montreal se encuentra Bromont, un espectacular parque acuático. #maldonadosinmontreal #waterpark #bromont #bromontquebec #parquesdequebec #summerinmontreal #mtlsummer #rivesud #mtltourism #montrealsurroundings #conociendomontreal #veranoenmontreal #mtlsurroundings #summerfun #picoftheday #parqueacuatico A post shared by Christian Maldonado (@maldonadocf) on Aug 1, 2018 at 4:08am PDT\n13 slides of varying size, 4 heated pools, and your ticket gives you access to activities on the mountain as well!\nLocation: Bromont, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour\nTicket Price Range: $42, $37 if you buy in advance\nHead to their page here.\nValcartier Waterpark\nView this post on Instagram Le Parc aquatique extérieur ouvre dans 2 jours 💦🌀C’est vraiment le début de l’été! 📷 @benpoup #jaimevalcartier #quebeccite #quebecoriginal A post shared by Village Vacances Valcartier (@villagevacancesvalcartier) on Jun 10, 2019 at 8:44am PDT\nOver 35 water slides, a wave pool, courts for beach volleyball and more!\nLocation: Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 2 hours 55 mins\nTicket Price Range: $38-$50\nHead to their page here.\nParc Aquatique Mont Saint Sauveur\nView this post on Instagram Mon #momentlecture de la #journée au @sommet_saint_sauveur A post shared by 💣/Amélie 🐌 (@milie.going.up.north) on Jun 27, 2019 at 12:16pm PDT\nHuge water slides, a "rapids" style river, and access to the FUN park that has even more fun rides to try when you're ready to keep dry.\nLocation: Saint-Sauveur, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour\nTicket Price Range: $21-$36\nHead to their page here.\nPump House Indoor Waterpark\nView this post on Instagram I go to the ski lodge to swim... A post shared by Kate Lawry (@kittywuv) on Jan 16, 2017 at 12:33pm PST\nDown in Vermont you can revel in the wonder of this indoor water park that has pools, rivers, slides and a wave pool where you can surf inside!\nLocation: Jay, VT\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour 56 mins\nTicket Price Range: $41\nHead to their page here.\nMont Cascades\nView this post on Instagram Ouvert le 1er juillet, fête du Canada 🇨🇦 10:00@18:00 - - - - - - - - - - - Open July 1st, Canada Day 🇨🇦 10a.m. to 6p.m. . . . . . . . . #water #waterpark #weekend #canadaday #funtime #pool #waterslide #proslide #outaouaisfun #cantley #vacation A post shared by Mont Cascades Official (@mont_cascades) on Jun 28, 2019 at 8:53am PDT\nMont Cascades has everything from huge group slides to a pitch-black individual tunnel slide right on the side of the mountain.\nLocation: Cantley, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 2 hours 22 mins\nTicket Price Range: $27, $24 if you purchase in advance\nHead to their page here.\nCamping Domaine Grand R\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Anne-marie B (@annemariebella) on Aug 19, 2017 at 7:35am PDT\nSwim and play in the lake or pool in between rides on Grand R's four water slides. If you stay and camp, you get access to the park for free!\nLocation: Trois-Rivières, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour 37 mins\nTicket Price Range: $6-$13\nHead to their page here.\nCamping Aqua Parc St-Pie\nView this post on Instagram 😏🌊 A post shared by Tom Chicoine (@tomchicoine) on Jul 31, 2016 at 2:58pm PDT\n6 water slides, water games and a huge pool are all waiting for you whether or not you decide to camp at Camping Aqua Parc St-Pie\nLocation: St-Pie, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour\nTicket Price Range: $26\nHead to their page here.\nZoo Granby's Amazoo Aquatic Park\nView this post on Instagram Et ce qu’on aime au Zoo de Granby, c’est que l’été on a accès avec le prix du billet à Amazoo et sa Rivière Aventure qu’on adore. Animaux et parc aquatique = combo gagnant pour toute la famille. . . . @zoodegranbyofficiel #zoogranby #amazoo #granby #parcaquatique #notremontrealite #instakids #rivièreaventure #river #bouée #visitquebec #activitywithkids A post shared by notremontrealite (@notremontrealite) on Jun 17, 2018 at 4:53pm PDT\nA wave pool, Amazonian slides and even a foam basin are all options at Zoo Granby's water park.\nLocation: Granby, QC\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour\nTicket Price Range: $41\nHead to their page here.\nSo where will you go get your slide on this summer? Whether you're trying to cool off while camping or just take a little road trip to spend the day splashing around, any one of these options is sure to satisfy your inner surfer.\nIf you do head to one of these parks, be sure to tag us in your Instagram stories @mtlblog.\nAnd if you can't leave the city, consider the Aquazilla course in our very own backyard... MTLBlog's Alex Melki went to try it out himself... here was his attempt:\nHappy sliding, and stay cool out there Montreal!