Those are the remains of a water park I went to as a kid. Installed in 1982, the giant faucet became like the eiffel tower of this small region of Quebec, and it officially stopped running in 2010, after the MSSI (Mont-Saint-Sauveur International) decided that it was time to concentrate their efforts on the Mont Saint-Sauveur aquatic park, rather than this one. It was the oldest water park in Quebec.
It has now been abandoned for 3 years, and looks like this. Well a part of it, anyway… Most of the water slides were moved and relocated to the other water park I find this strangely eerie, especially knowing that I’ve gone so many times. But what terrifies me most about this park is the giant faucet. I can’t even begin to explain why I find it so terrifying. Even as a child, there was something odd about it, in my opinion. It’s like a sunken ship at the bottom of the ocean. There’s that feeling of sheer terror that won’t leave.
I also know for a fact that the big slides have been relocated to the Mont Saint-Sauveur water park.
But just so you guys know, I’ve been there, I slid in those about 10 to 15 years ago, and now it’s abandoned. :O