Family fun for all at the amusement centres in Quebec

Attractions to discover, August 13, 2020 2020-08-13

Do you feel like doing something active and spending quality time with your teens or tots? Choose among the wide diversity of amusement centres in and around the cities that offer plenty of activities: trampolines, indoor climbing, escape rooms, karting or surf!

Keep entertained in Québec City

Your family will be on cloud nine at RécréoFun. It features an impressive arena of fountains and foam ball cannons and a giant maze with tubes, ziplines, slides and trampolines. While big kids show off their skill with impressive jumps on the bungee trampolines, little kids will have a blast in the game area designed specially for them.

For a fun, sporty activity, iSaute Québec will have you bouncing away! You’ll find interconnected trampolines, a spacious zone for classic jumps, long lanes for trampoline basketball and a court for trampoline dodgeball as well as foam ball pits and an area for small children.

Find thrills in Montréal

Treat your kids to an awesome time at the Horizon Roc climbing centre, one of the biggest of its kind in the world! This unique centre features an indoor treetop course with a zipline and a speed climbing wall accredited by the IFSC. Climbers of all levels are welcome!

If you’re bursting with energy, head over to Action 500 Montréal! A leader in Canada, Action 500 offers the longest indoor karting tracks in the country as well as the largest paintball and laser tag facilities in North America. How’s that for impressive?

Action 500 Montréal
Action 500 Montréal
Escalade Clip ’n climb
Escalade Clip ’n climb

Enjoy a change of pace in Laval

Immersia Escape Games invites aspiring detectives of all ages to go on a mission that involves looking for clues, solving puzzles and working as a team to reach the ultimate goal: escape the room while there’s still time! Many scenarios are available: a cabin in the woods, a London nightclub in the 30s, a time-travelling machine or an abandoned control room. If you like suspense, you’ll love this!

Get your swim shorts and flip flops and discover Maeva Surf, the best indoor surf wave in Canada for beginners and advanced surfers, ages 6 to 86. WIth the help of qualified instructors, you’ll start with the bodyboard basics, then you’ll put your skills into practise as you learn to surf standing up. If you’d rather just be an observer, you can of course watch the progress of your loved ones at the foot of the wave, cocktail in hand!

Indoor climbing is also available in Laval at Escalade Clip ’n climb, where more than 30 themed walls make it easy to learn the ropes. Kids as well as adults of all levels can safely climb the 10-metre wall.

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