Kids play while parents relax at new adventure park
The Arbre-en-Ciel Village and ARTEMANIA offer picturesque spaces for families
Kids can explore a giant playground while parents bask in peaceful surroundings at a new adventure park in Rigaud.
Arbraska, known for its zip-lining activities, is launching two new family-friendly sites on July 8 that your family won’t want to miss.
The Arbre-en-Ciel Village is a family space in the heart of Rigaud Park’s forest and boasts tons of colourful playgrounds for kids aged 3-10, as well as an area where parents can kick back and relax. The playground features tree houses, net bridges, slides, tunnels and tons of games on the ground.
The park is also introducing ARTEMANIA, an interactive walking tour of an exhibit that blends nature and art. The exhibit is accessible for all ages and the space will eventually be used for workshops for kids, concerts, picnics and more.
The Arbre-en-Ciel Village will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Sept. 3. It will then open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday to Sunday and on holidays. Weekday reservations are available for groups of 20 people or more.
Regular rates for two-hour visits are $19.99 for children aged 3-17. Additional activities (like zip-lining, ARTEMANIA, etc.) cost $5 each. It is strongly recommended that you register in advance due to limited capacity on playgrounds.
A similar Village will also open at the Arbraska Rawdon location in July. For more information, visit arbraska.com/en/arbre-en-ciel-village.