Taking the family north of the border for a vacation soon? There are plenty of family friendly attractions in Canada worthy of a stop.
In this article, we’ll highlight three of our favorite spots to save you the trouble of researching them yourself.
Magnetic Hill, Moncton, New Brunswick
Plan on traveling east to Atlantic Canada on holiday next summer? There is much to see, from the world’s highest tides in the Bay of Fundy to the fishing villages of Newfoundland.
In the midst of all the plans you will be making, though, don’t forget to stop at Magnetic Hill in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Home to an optical illusion that makes it seem like your car is being dragged up a hill by magnetic rock, it is best known for being home to Magic Mountain, Atlantic Canada’s biggest water park.
In addition to this, there are also arcades, a mini-putt course, a children’s railway, and a zoo, so be sure to dedicate a day or two to this part of Atlantic Canada.
The newly opened Casino New Brunswick is also in the area, so if you are visiting family in the area, drop the kids off with the grandparents/relatives and enjoy an evening out that you and your spouse deserve.
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Canada’s Wonderland, Vaughan, Ontario
If you and your children are looking for an adrenaline fix while you are in the Toronto area, take a day out of your schedule to check out Canada’s Wonderland.
This park is filled with a variety of rides designed to appeal to people of all ages – from bumper cars and flume rides to some of the most aggressive roller coasters in North America, everyone from your little ones to the teens/adults in the group will find something exciting here.
West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton, Alberta
Canadians don’t let the negative aspects of winter ruin their fun. While some embrace it wholeheartedly by playing hockey or tearing down ski slopes, people in Edmonton, Alberta has chosen to wall off the cold so they can keep enjoying life as if summer had never ended.
If you are visiting the Canadian Rockies but want to enjoy a fun day out of the cold before heading home, then a visit to West Edmonton Mall should be in order.
More than just a place to stock up on all your favorite consumer goods, it contains one of the world’s largest amusement parks, and one of the world’s largest water parks within its walls.
Together with two mini-putt courses, a ton of fun restaurants, a recreation center with a bowling alley, and an on-site hotel, it is the perfect way to end a family holiday in Western Canada.