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La Ronde
22 Chemin Macdonald,Ile Sainte-Helene,Montreal (Quebec) H3C 6A3 Canada
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Rides & Attractions Trip Reports Park Guide Videos Park Maps Discussion
Roller Coaster Photos
Le Boomerang
Le Cobra
Ednor l'Attaque
Marche du Mille-pattes
Le Monstre
Super Manège
Toboggan Nordique
Le Vampire

Other Ride Photos
Aqua Twist
Autos Tamponneuses
Disco Ronde
La Galophant
Grand Carrousel
Grande Roue
Le Splash
Tasses Magiques
Tour de Ville
Vol Ultime
Trosade (new for 2018, need photos)

TPR Trip Reports
TPR's North East 2011 Tour

TPR Member Photo Trip Reports
May 2014 by rollin-n-coastin
October 31st, 2012 by jedimaster1227
August 2nd, 2011 by SkycoastinSteve
August 4th, 2008 by gk
July 27, 2007 by DerekRx
September 5, 2006 by sfne2005
September 7, 2006 by shesaidboom

Goliath (B&M Hyper) and La Vampire (B&M invert, Batman: The Ride clone) are the two best coasters in the park. Don't miss Dragon which is hidden in a building in a corner of the park. Operations on Goliath are great but many of the other coasters suffer in this capacity so a Flash Pass is highly recommended on busy days. If you don't get a Flash Pass, make show to ride the low capacity Toboggan Nordique (Wild Mouse) early in the day.

Sure you could get all the coaster done without the Flash Pass, but LaRonde has a good selection of flat rides to enjoy including: Orbite (Space Shot over lake), Disco Ronde (Breakdance), Manitou (Claw), Condor, Tornade (Top Spin), and Tasse Magiques easy to spin Tea Cups with a long cycle.
There are two Subways and one McDonalds in the park. Most traditional amusement park food items can be found: hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, chicken fingers, sandwiches or taouk (Shish Kabob) but don't miss the opportunity to try some French Canadian specialtites: Poutine (fries and cheese curds covered with gravy), Queues de Castor/Beaver Tails (Canada's version of fried dough) or Crepes. The two latter treats can be topped with Nutella, fruit or sugar.
Operating Season
The park usually opens with weekend operation in late-May. The park is open practically daily June - August, which weekend operations returning in September and October.
Established Seasonal events
Fright Fest occurs during weekends in October.
Access & Location
The park is on an island just outside downtown Montreal. If driving when you get to Montreal you will want to exit Highway 20 at the Jacques-Cartier bridge; once on the bridge, exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau and follow the signs for La Ronde.

The park is easily accesible by public transportation by taking the Metro to the Jean-Drapeau Station and then the 167 La Ronde bus or taking the Metro to Papineau Station, and then the 169 La Ronde bus.
Nearby Lodging
The park's website lists many partners hotels where guests are eligible for admission price discounts.
Virtual Queue Options
Three levels of Flash Pass are available and can be used on all the major rides.
At Scene de Ribambelle, characters from a children's show perform four unique shows daily. On select Wednesday and Saturday nights the park hosts a fireworks show. The parks also has standard music, dance and magic shows at different locations.
Goliath Roller Coaster POV
Le Monstre Wooden Roller Coaster POV
Le Cobra Stand-Up Roller Coaster POV

Park Maps
2012 Park Map
2008 Park Map
2004 Park Map

La Ronde Discussion Thread