Montreal water parks & beaches
Find out where all the Montreal area water playgrounds are located
Summer is here, and the time is right for having some water fun! Check our listings below for local area water parks and beaches that will help keep you cool while having fun this summer.
- Mont St. Sauveur water park (opens June 10)
- Calypso water park, billed as Canada's largest water park, in Limoges, Ont. (about 1.5 hour drive from Montreal - opens June 7)
- Ski Bromont water park (opens June 8)
- Super Aqua Club in Pointe Calumet (opens June 16)
- Parc Jean-Drapeau Aquatic Complex (closed in 2017 due to construction)
- Cap St. Jacques (opens June 10)
- Bois de l'Ile Bizard Beach and Nature Park (opens June 17)
- Parc Jean-Drapeau (opens June 21)
- Oka Provincial Park (opens mid-May)
- Plage St. Zotique (opens June 10)
- The Beach Club at Pointe-Calumet (opens May 17)
- The Clock Tower Beach at the Old Port (opens May 27)
- Voyageur Provincial Park/beach in Ont., is a fairly short drive from the West Island area that has 4 sandy beaches with swimming areas marked with buoys. (opens May 12)
If you would like more information about our local beaches, check out our Beaches article.
Montreal attractions with water parks/water play:
- Village du Père Noël, Santa's "summer home" in Val-David, which has play areas with wading pools and water play equipment (opens June 17)
- Au Pays des Merveilles fairytale theme park in Ste. Adèle has wading pools and water play (opens June 10, 2017)
- Granby Zoo's Amazoo water park has invested $3 million for their newest addition: the Amazonian Slides and Adventure River (opens June 3)
- Parc Safari (opens May 19)
Before you go, check out our guided tours and photo galleries for some of these attractions:
This article was originally published June, 2013 and has been updated as of May, 2017.