Montreal's West Island Is Getting A Massive "Indoor Go-Kart Complex" In 2018

This place is going to be huge!
Montreal's West Island Is Getting A Massive "Indoor Go-Kart Complex" In 2018

If everything goes according to plan, (pending final approval from the city) by Spring 2018, The West Island will be home to Montreal's biggest go-kart track!

The Operators of Action 500 are hoping to open an indoor electric go-kart track in Dorval. 

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The track would be located on Highway 40 near Sources Blvd. and although the plans for track a still unknown, we do know the building itself measure more than 42,000 square feet!

The track will feature state of the art electric go karts and the venue will also have laser tag and escape rooms. 


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