When you enjoy a vacation somewhere like Mont-Tremblant, your kids won’t want to spend all day walking around museums or watching movies. Here the fun is all outdoors, and there are plenty of activities to keep even the most energetic of kids happy for your whole time here.
Snow tubing is one of the most exciting activities available during the winter, and you can enjoy this at Aventures Neige Tube Park. Simply head up on the lifts where you will meet the trained staff, then rush down the slope on the tubes. You can book from one hour to a full day, and you will also find a few places to eat.
There are two play parks located in and around the village, which are ideal for younger members of the family. If you are staying in one of the many Tremblant rentals nearby, you can easily reach both of these without traveling far, and they are the perfect option for the little ones who may not be able to enjoy some of the other activities.
Skyline Luge is located in the Pedestrian Village, and it provides fun for the whole family. Go up to the top and then rush down the slope on the three-wheel carts, racing each other to the bottom. This activity is available from May to October.
Aquaclub La Source is the place to go to spend an afternoon swimming. You’ll find an outdoor pool that you can enjoy in the summer, as well as an inside pool with slides and other features like hot tubs. Alternatively, head to the Pirate Water Park, where you may also be able to catch a live show with dancing and music.
Head Out Onto the Water
You’ll find the Beach and Tennis Club next to Lac Tremblant, and it’s a great place to spend an active day when the weather is warm. There is a sandy beach and beach volleyball, and you can also rent a kayak or go wake boarding or water skiing.
There is fast and wild fun to be had when you go dog sledding during the winter. This is fun for the whole family, and you will be able to head out into the Laurentians to discover the beautiful natural scenery. Whizz along with your own team of dogs, and stop off for hot chocolate on the way.
Mini golf is suitable for all ages, so enjoy a game at Le Petit Géant Mini-Golf. It is open from May to October, and it’s a fun way to spend a few hours.
This is one of the best experiences you can enjoy in Mont-Tremblant. Head up to the top of the mountain on the gondola, then fly down on the zip-line knowing that you are completely safe. You’ll soar over the trees and enjoy spectacular views, and it is available for anyone aged seven and over.
During the winter months, head to the skating rink next to St-Bernard Chapel. Free skate rental is available if you are staying on-site, and at night music and lighting effects make it extra special.
Enjoy These Activities and More
These are some of the best activities available to you and the kids when you stay in Mont-Tremblant, but there is plenty more to keep you busy. You can do something different every day of your vacation here and never run out of new experiences. So whether you want to chill out on the beach or soar down the mountain on the zip-line, start planning the activities you want to do on your vacation.
William Thomas is an experienced traveler and father of four. Whenever he has the time, he likes to share his experiences. His articles appear mainly on family, vacation and travel blogs.
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