Rejoice, Montrealers! Summer's first day is TODAY and that means the city is about to go off! Though many of you might be planning excursions out of town, why bother when you can stay and enjoy all your city has to offer.\nParc Jean-Drapeau plays host to many of summer's best events. Osheaga, Île Sonic, and many other festivals distinguish Montreal's party island above all others. But did you know Parc Jean-Drapeau has a beach with an incredible obstacle course right on the water?\nAquazilla, located at Jean Dore Beach at Parc Jean-Drapeau is complete with a giant swing, climbing wall, trampoline, and many other obstacles for jumping into the water. This might sound like a kid's activity, but Aquazilla is safe for all ages!\nIf you've ever seen that show Wipeout think of Aquazilla as kind of like that but way better and way less dangerous! The 30-by-35-metre structure floats on the water's surface, providing endless amounts of fun for the whole family!\nView this post on Instagram Les 5 meilleures raisons de venir nous voir: 1- Pour t’amuser 🙌🏻 2- Pour défier tes amis (es) 👭👬 3- Pour faire le parcours le plus rapidement possible sans tomber 🏃🏽♀️🏃🏻♂️ 4- Pour jouer dans l’eau 🌊 5- Parce qu’il fait chaud ☀️ A post shared by Aquazilla (@aquazilla_) on Jul 4, 2018 at 12:34pm PDT\nAquazilla challenges you to successfully complete their infinity loop obstacle without falling off once! If you can't make it to the one at Jean-Drapeau, there's even one at Oka Beach! Visit both to see which one you can finish faster.\nWatch MTLBlog correspondent Alex Melki brave the obstacle course in the video below:\nAquazilla at Parc Jean-Drapeau is open 7-days a week. Anyone above age 6 can enjoy the course and have the best time ever.\nIndividual tickets are $13/hour for those under 14 years old and $15/hour for anyone over 14. Both tiers can also get a slightly more expensive rate for unlimited all-day access to the course.\nREAD ALSO: Hudson's Bay Is Having A Huge Online Summer Sale With Items Up To 50% Off\nView this post on Instagram Notre parc Aquazilla au Parc Jean-Drapeau est maintenant ouvert. Venez en profiter! 🤗🙌💦 #parcjeandrapeau #funinthesun #aquazilla #wibit #beach #plagejeandore #montreal #mtl #mtlmoments #mtlblog #mtlife #activity A post shared by Aquazilla (@aquazilla_) on Jun 20, 2018 at 12:41pm PDT\nSome of the main features of the obstacle course include:\nA giant central trampoline\n\n\nClimbing towers \n\n\nMonkey bars\n\n\nA giant swing\n\n\nA huge variety of slides \n\n\nAnd much more!\nView this post on Instagram Même les sauveteurs du @parcjeandrapeau ont du plaisir dans nos infrastructures ⛱🐸#Aquazilla #Montreal #summer #flyhigh **identifiez un ami qui pourrait sauter plus haut que notre sauveteur 😏 A post shared by Aquazilla (@aquazilla_) on Jul 6, 2017 at 8:56am PDT\nThis unique summer experience is like no other in Montreal! Sure, the festivals are awesome, but there's nothing like a dope AF obstacle course.\nREAD ALSO: 200 Secret Treasures Have Been Hidden All Over Canada\nView this post on Instagram Première journée de la saison 2017 ☀️ Venez nous rendre visite cet été! Tous les jours de 10h à 19h sur la plage Jean-Doré au @parcjeandrapeau 🏖💦 #Montreal #été A post shared by Aquazilla (@aquazilla_) on Jun 21, 2017 at 10:26am PDT\nFor complete details, please visit Aquazilla's official website!\nWhat: Aquazilla Parc Jean-Drapeau\nWhere: Jean Dore Beach, 151 Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve\nWhen: All summer long!