Stop wondering what to do this summer! Visit the PARC F.U.N. with your friends and family and have a blast in our wide array of rides for all ages. Twirl in the Honeybee, fly on board the Red Baron, jump up and down with the Giant Tree, glide on board the Dragon, zigzag down the hill in the Viking and get in the Sonic, for a ride to outer space! Fun, Fun, Fun in the PARC F.U.N.!
The traditional teacups allow families to sit in teacups which rotate on their axis. Many teacups then rotate around a main axis.
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.
Lying face down, passengers will embark on the SONIC for an intergalactic destination! Rotating around a main axis, the SONIC will give chills to everyone willing to fly to the moon.
Orbiting 360 degrees, the new Sputnik offers an out-of-this-world sensory experience. Come with your friends and get a jolt of adrenaline worthy of a space mission. This latest addition to Parc F.U.N. awaits: are you ready for takeoff?
Alpine Coaster the VIKING – An activity that is the only one of its kind in Quebec.
This concept is initially based on summer toboggan; the single car slides freely in a series of step descents and circular curves on a track cut through rugged mountain terrain. The passenger can control the speed of the ride. Meaning, he can choose not to brake or go as fast as he wants or go slower and take more of a scenic-type ride.
The great difference of that alpine coaster is that the toboggans are firmly connected to the rail system. That means that even when force is used, they cannot be separated from the rails. Additionally, the rails are built a few meters above the ground. This means that it can also be used during the winter season.
Like most of alpine slides and Roller Coasters, once at the top, gravity pulls the car down the banked track.
Glide from the tree tops aboard the double zip line the Dragon, enjoying the magnificent view of the Saint-Sauveur Valley as adrenaline rushes through you.
Cable lenght: 773 feet
Height: 140 feet
Speed : 28 mph (45 km/h)