Quebec Opens Biggest Indoor Water Park In North America

Literally the best place you can escape the winter.
Quebec Opens Biggest Indoor Water Park In North America

The weather outside may be frightful, but luckily there's a new delightful spot for you to escape to this winter.

Village Valcartier opened their all new Bora Park. And what makes this place so special is that it's the only indoor aquatic park in Quebec and the biggest indoor water park in North America.

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So if you're already tired of the snow and the cold, why not escape to this 30°C tropical themed paradise instead?

This place has everything!

  • A massive 4000 sq.ft. wave pool.
  • 15 water slides that go up to 50 ft high.
  • A family zone, with its own pool and activities.
  • An adventure river.
  • A surfing wave
  • And a restaurant with a private terrasse.

The water park is open all year round, so if you can't afford to get out of the city, but you need to escape to a tropical paradise, then this place was made for you!

Check out Village Valcartier's website for more information.

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