Quebec's All-New Indoor Water Park Is An Insane Tropical Escape (11 Photos)

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Quebec's All-New Indoor Water Park Is An Insane Tropical Escape (11 Photos)

Last Month, Quebec got a brand new attraction that you're definitely going to want to check out.

It is supposedly the biggest water park in North America and it's absolutely spectacular!

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Now that Christmas and New years is over and done with, there's just nothing to look forward to anymore. And since the snow isn't going away any time soon, the only solution is to escape to a tropical paradise.

You'll forget all about the cold weather when you're relaxing with your feet in the pool.

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And if lounging isn't you thing, you can always head to the wave pool.

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You can also test out one of their 15 watersides.

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You can ride the adventure river.

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Or you can test your skills on the surfing simulator.

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One thing's for sure, once you're here, you won't want to leave.

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