- Published on Tuesday, 24 July 2012
- Written by MSSI
After months of hard work, Mont Saint-Sauveur’s Water Park is proud to open its new Amusement area! In order to sprinkle a bit of a fun fair ambiance to a day at the water park, the new activities will welcome visitors from Thursday, July 26th, all year long.
Proud to present four new rides, the Water Park will offer tons of fun to every family member. Located near the alpine coaster, the Viking, this one million dollar investment includes :
The Dragon : a double zipline, on which two visitors sit. The Dragon is then pulled backwards to the top of the mountain and released. Gravity pulls the Dragon down the slope which stops at the foot of the mountain. Open to all, this activity welcomes children and parents.
The Honeybee : The traditional teacups allow families to sit in teacups which rotate on their axis. Many teacups then rotate around a main axis.
Red baron : As elephants or helicopters often seen in amusement parks, the Red baron welcomes 1 or 2 passengers by plane. Those planes then rotate around a main axis, going up and down.
The Giant Tree : Installed on a central pillar, a row of seats are set side by side, going up and down, as if jumping on a spring.
Thanks to this new Amusement area, Mont Saint-Sauveur’s Water park stands out once again, by becoming the one and only Water park to offer an amusement park in addition to its slides and pools. Proud to extend its activities beyond summer and to diversify its offer, the Water Park invites you to a fun-filled day this summer!
For more details on the new activities, visit parcaquatique.com.
Source : Patricia Bergeron, Chef de produits, communication et relations publiques - MSSI.