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An incredible turquoise swimming hole near Ottawa just opened for summer, so it's time to pack your swimsuit.

Morrison's Quarry is a secret gem that many locals don't know about and it's just a short 25-minute drive from the city.

Here you can beat the heat in the refreshingly cool water, surrounded by tall rocky cliffs.

But there's no need to race to get tickets. Instead, they'll be operating on a first-come, first-serve basis with a limit of 100 people.

If you're eager to float here with your friends, it costs $20 per person to go.

Morrison's Quarry

Price: $20 per adult

Address: 1780 Route 105, Chelsea, QC

Why You Need To Go: You can live like a mermaid and swim at this must-see swimming hole paradise.

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