Magic Mountain Water Park (
), also known as Magic Mountain or simply
Magic, is a water park
located in Moncton, New Brunswick.
It is part of the Magnetic Hill
is the largest man made tourist attraction in Atlantic Canada.
It requires more than 800,000 gallons of
water to operate which is heated by propane heaters with a capacity
of almost 7 million BTU
The park was created as an addition to the growing tourist site of
, which already
consisted of the hill itself, and the Magnetic Hill Zoo
. Construction on the
park commenced on August 12
and through the efforts of more than 600
construction workers it was completed in less than a year, opening
on June 26
1999 the park came under new ownership and since then several
improvements have been made to the park. A children's "Splash pad",
two new children's slides and two new body
named "Pipeline" and "Sidewinder" were constructed. Other
- 2002 - the Tornado tube slide
- 2005 - two new slides opened named Twist and Shout.
- 2006 - the Pro Racer was added.
- 2008 - an all new free-fall body slide replaced the old
Kamikaze. Its name and height remains the same.
Rides and attractions
- The Tornado - A 400 ft enclosed tube
- The Lazy River - A lazy
river ride on which the rider sits in a tube and floats 1/4 of
a mile (~0.40km) of a mile around a replica of a nineteenth century
- The Giant Twister Slides - Three body slides
for the less daring riders.
- The Kamikaze - A speed
slide that goes almost on a straight down drop. It is over 100
feet (30.48 meters) tall, sliders can reach speeds over 60km/h
- Pro Racer - A two-lane slide on which two
people slide down at the same time on rubber mats.
- Twist and Shout - Two new enclosed slides that
offer thrilling "dark" ride experience.
- Puddle Jumpers Pond - A small children's
wading pool with Gizmo the Frog, Pinky the Whale, and Magic
- The Wave pool - A large wave pool with waves 5 to 6 feet (~1.5 meters)
- Pier 36 Mini Golf - 36 Holes of mini golf.