Best Waterparks Near Montreal – A Great Way to Spend the Day

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If you’re looking for things to do in Montreal in summer, try a waterpark. We are very lucky to have some of the very best waterparks near Montreal. While none are in the city, they are at a reasonable distance, most of which are about an hour away or so. It’s a great way to cool off and it’s a lot of fun. Check out the best of the best close to home.

Super Aqua Club

The closest and one of the most popular waterparks near Montreal is Super Aqua Club located in Pointe-Calumet, less than a half hour for Montrealers to drive to. It boasts lots of activities, a beach, a picnic area by the beach, and of course, lots of water slides, many of them themed.

It’s really popular, so that means waiting times are long for many of the slides. Also, Super Aqua Club is not the ideal waterpark for young kids or those under 54″ – they just won’t have much to do.

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Where: 322 Montee de la BaiePointe-Calumet, Quebec J0N 1G2, Canada

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Complexe Atlantide – Atlantis Waterpark

About an hour from Montreal, in Ste-Calixte, you;ll find the newest waterpark – Complexe Atlantide. It’s got great water slides, a wave pool, a lazy river, and lots of aquatic activities and games. There’s even mini putt and farm animals at the largest campground in Quebec.

With a petting zoo, a haunted house and lots more, this is a fun waterpark for kids and teens up to 16 years of age.

Where: 11155 Rte 335, Saint-Calixte, QC J0K 1Z0

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Les Sommets St-Sauveur Water Park

Less than an hour from Montreal is the waterpark in St-Sauveur – one that the whole family can enjoy – from refreshing pools to the awesomeness of the wave pool, or the extreme feeling of rafting down the mountain.

Most of the water slides here are heated between 22 and 24 degrees Celsius, so it’s fun and comfortable! Only two of the water slides, the Niagara and the Colorado are NOT heated but your adrenaline will keep you from getting cold. And the pool-spa is set at an inviting and relaxing 26-27 degrees.


They even have a double zip line that allows you to glide above the tree tops! There’s so much more to enjoy too, like the Cabanas. Pamper yourself with a private cabana and feel like you’re at some tropical destination. There are add-on activities you can purchase also.

Where: 350 Avenue St Denis, Saint-Sauveur, QC J0R 1R3

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Ski Bromont Water Park

The Bromont Water Park is great for people of all ages. And, your admission ticket also allows you to access other activities as well, like the alpine luge, mountain biking, hiking and chairlift rides. There are 13 different slides of varying thrill levels from easy for all ages to extreme.

Just like at other parks, you’re welcome to bring your own food, even coolers and wagons. Buying your tickets online the day before will save you lots of money too.

Where: 150 Rue Champlain, Bromont, QC J2L 1A2

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Amazoo Water Park

The Amazoo waterpark is a part of Granby Zoo. One ticket gets you in to the waterpark, the zoo, and the small amusement park. The waterpark is not  exactly rich with water slides, but it’s lots of fun for younger kids. There is the lazy river, two wave pools, wading pools for toddlers, and a swimming pool, among others.

In the last couple of years, 2 water slides were installed which are ideal for teens and adults who want to experience a little more adventure.

Where: 1050 Boulevard David-Bouchard N, Granby, QC J2H 0Y6

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Calypso Water Park

This is the biggest theme waterpark in the country and it’s about 1 1/2 hours from Montreal. Kids and thrills seekers will love this waterpark. Looking for a great wave pool?

Look no further than this – the largest in Canada. There’s more than 35 slides! Plus they have 2 theme rivers and over a 100 water games. Calypso is also home to Canada’s tallest waterslide tower.

Where: 2015 Calypso St, Limoges, ON K0A 2M0

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Waterparks are a lot of fun, especially for kids. The difficult part of it all is waiting in long lines. Sometimes you’re waiting for over 30 minutes for a 30 second ride! But, once you’re sliding down a refreshing and thrilling slide, it kind of makes it all worth it.

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