Orca Coast Playground Ltd. is proud to have built Woo-Hoo, recognized as the largest indoor playground in Canada, located in the bustling city of Dorion-Vaudreuil, Quebec. Spanning over 6,500 sq. ft. and reaching an impressive height of 34 feet, this massive playground boasts 7 levels of non-stop excitement, meticulously designed to offer an unparalleled play experience for children of all ages.
At Woo-Hoo, we have created a world of endless fun and adventure. This massive structure is a playground paradise, where children can explore a multitude of activities across its expansive multi-level space. From crossing bridges to climbing a tower of decks, every element is designed to captivate and thrill young adventurers.
One of the standout features of Woo-Hoo is the range of slides available. With 7 different types of slides, including the thrilling open speed slide and the impressive 22’ double helix slide, children are bound to experience the excitement of variety and challenge. These slides are not just about fun; they’re about providing a safe and exhilarating ride that children will want to experience over and over again.
The interactive floor at Woo-Hoo is another unique feature, hosting 30 games that engage children in physical and cognitive play. This interactive platform encourages children to be active, think strategically, and engage socially, all while having a blast.
Crawling through tubes, navigating through mazes, and sliding down various slides are just a few of the experiences that await at Woo-Hoo. Our commitment to safety is evident in every aspect of the playground’s design. We use high-quality, durable materials and adhere to strict safety guidelines to ensure a secure environment for all our young guests.
Located in Vaudreuil, QC, Woo-Hoo by Orca Coast Playground Ltd. stands as a testament to our dedication to creating dynamic, engaging, and safe indoor play spaces. We are proud to offer a playground where imagination knows no bounds, and fun is endless – a true haven of crazy-fun for children and families.
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