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Guys, if I were to ask you what the worst thing about summer ending is, what would you say? The lingering threat of a cold, icy winter looming ahead?

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Sure. But let's cut down to the very core of the worst thing about the end of summer: the end of summer fun. Once the fall hits, you can't do any of the fun summer things you've grown so accustomed to doing... Like going to water parks, for example.

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Well, until now, that is.

Village Vacances Valcartier (1860 Boulevard Valcartier, Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, QC) is a spa/hotel/park/vacation complex situated about a three hour drive away from Montreal.

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Normally, in the summer, they have a super fun outdoor waterpark. There are slides, a wave pool - all the fixings for one seriously awesome aquadventure.

But this year, they're going to be opening up an actual indoor water park, that'll be accessible from December 2016 - June 207.

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The water park features over 14 slides (5 of which are 50 feet tall), a 4000 square foot wave pool, and many more cool things, according to their website.

Tickets for a full day are about $36 for adults, and $26 for the half-day. Reservations are required, so make sure you call before you go.

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Sound like the most fun you can have this winter? Then check out the website for more information.

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