You Need To Check Out This Water Park Less Than 1 Hour Away From Montreal
Cool off this summer at one of Quebec’s biggest water parks!
If Montrealers can count on one thing during the summer, it’s the inevitable heat wave that comes sweeping through our city around mid-July. The air is filled with the incessant, gentle hum of fans working at full-blast in an attempt to combat the heat. Or, if you’re lucky enough, maybe you’ve got access to air-conditioning.
One thing that you probably don’t have, though? Access to a pool and insane water slides, which is precisely why you need to make a trip out tothis summer!
Located in Pointe-Calumet, Super Aqua Club is an easy breezy 30-minute drive from downtown Montreal. It’s one of Quebec’s largest water parks, featuring, rides, attractions, private areas on the beach, and more! What better way to spend a hot sunny day than by splashing around in a huge heated wave pool or by conquering adrenaline-inducing water slides?
If you’re planning on hitting the park with friends and are looking for an adrenaline rush, there are plenty offor you to try. Our suggestions? Definitely check out the Tsunami, a mega water slide that accommodates 3-person tubes, and the Tornado, a crazy water slide complete with tons of twists and turns that accommodates 4-person tubes. Prepare for the aquatic thrill of your lives!
Other main attractions include the Wipe Zone, athat will test the limits of the most competitive amongst you. But be warned: this attraction isn't for the faint of heart; it’s only recommended for experienced swimmers considering, well, it’s an obstacle course on the water. Be prepared to fall into the water along the way, and be ready to get right back up and keep on going! That’s only one of many attractions, though. You’ll just have to experience the rest of what Super Aqua Club has to offer for yourself!
In short, if you’re looking for thethat lets you bask in everything from a lazy river to water slides that’ll have your nerves bouncing, look no further than Super Aqua Club. Day passes range from $25.01 to $44.00, but it’s always better to check their website for more specific rates (keep in mind that kids measuring under 1M06 get in for free, however!).
During the regular season (June 21–August 11),is open from 10:00 AM–7:00 PM daily, but their hours are reduced during their end season (August 12–25) from 10:00 AM–6:00 PM.