Quebec's leading destination for
exciting thrills and family fun!
Orginally developed as Expo '67 in 1967 LaRonde is the oldest and biggest amusement park in Quebec!
With so many rides, where should you go first? There's tons of fascinating things you can do at La Ronde, from roller coasters that will give you an adrenaline rush, to smooth rides for toddlers. Watch one of our shows or simply grab a bite at one of our restaurants.
Have you ever ridden on an exclusively wooden rollercoaster before? If not, then you can get that experience from the Monstre, an absolute marvel of a rollercoaster straight from 1986.
Its tracks span the distance of 1200 meters, featuring descents of about 40 meters whilst travelling at an insane speed of 96 km/h. Prepare yourself for the spinning turns and steep drops that this ancient wonder of a rollercoaster offers!
Are you a thrill seeker waiting for their next adrenaline rush? If so then make sure to hitch a ride on the Goliath.
This behemoth of a rollercoaster towers at an astounding height of about 170 feet consisting of various steep hills, terrifying drops, sharp turns and even a gravity defying loop. All these features, while bombing through the ride at around 110 km/h, experiencing around 4 units of G-force (which is just one unit short of what an average human can handle).
If you enjoy rides where a spin occurs for the majority of the time, then look no further than the Vampire, a ride that covers a length of around 800 meters filled with the most extreme of obstacles that make a rollercoaster great.
The seating of the Vampire leaves its riders’ legs dangling in the air throughout the whole ride while they are propelled at a speed of 80.5 km/h and reaching a max height of 32 meters. The rollercoaster features various dizzying corkscrews and a vertical loop, make sure that your head is in the right space before going on this ride.
Do you want a break from the extreme rides listed on top? If you ever visit La Ronde during a scorching hot summer day, then the Splash will be great for you.
While you will experience an incredibly steep 50-foot drop in this ride, hopefully you’ll get refreshed by the enormous splash of water waiting for you once you finish the enormous descent. This rollercoaster is great for a final ride on a hot summer day.
Our Address: 22 Chemin Macdonald St. Hélène Island Montreal (Quebec) H3C 6A3
You can visit us either by car or by using public transportation.
Phone number: 514-397-2000