In honnor of the Pointe-Calumet Beach and the Beachclub 20th anniversary Jean-Paul Mouradian spoke with City TV’s Joanne Vrakas. The site has had a complete facelift inspired by Miami and even the new palm tree were imported from Miami.
Very different from the Beachclub, the Pointe-Calumet Beach has it’s own unique identity. The extremely family-oriented island is the place to be this summer.
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Loads of activities are offered to younger children from day camps, such as volleyball, paddle boats, kayaking, water trampoline, soccer on the beach, inflatable games, and that’s without even counting swimming and the pool! Also, experienced and enthusiastic activity leaders will be entertaining groups of young people all day in order to ensure that their visit to the beach will be a memorable one. Zany activities, group games, music, dancing and much more – nothing is missing but the children themselves!
This year, Pointe-Calumet Beach is getting a major facelift. It is being totally redesigned and reinvigorated with an investment of $1.5 million with the purpose of becoming the destination of choice for families, class trips and day camps during the heat of summer.
Whether you want to cool off, lounge in the sun, have fun or do numerous summer sports, Pointe-Calumet Beach is definitely the location to fulfill your needs this coming summer. In addition to offering a wide range of services, Pointe-Calumet Beach is renowned across the country, especially for its Cable Park. The 1 kilometer aquatic area scattered with obstacles, rails and ramps is the largest park of its kind in Canada while being safe, environmentally friendly and exhilarating all at once.