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Parc-nature du Bois-de-l'Île-Bizard

Montréal (North-West)

With a view on the lac des Deux-Montagnes, this park includes sugar maples, cedar groves and marshes, offering a natural decor of exceptional natural wealth. By bicycle or on foot, you can explore the many paths of this large star-shaped park. A stop on the footbridge that spans the large marsh allows you to observe beavers, turtles and ducks. Make the most of warm days by going canoeing or swimming. In the spring and fall, with binoculars in hand, observe the migration of the Canada geese and other birds along the shore. In winter, take advantage of the tranquillity of the forest to ski or take a walk.

2115, ch. du Bord-Du-Lac, Montréal
Québec, Canada, H9C 1P3
514 280-8517
Open year round
Body of water. Cross-country skiing (20 km). Cycling (10 km). Entertainment. Exhibitions. Fishing. Hiking (10 km). Plant life observation. Site interpretation. Snowshoeing (10,6 km). Supervised beach. Wildlife observation. Other activities
Boat ramp. Panoramic view / lookout. Pets allowed
Rental services
Cross-country skis. Outdoor sites. Snowshoes. Other sports equipment
Parking services
Pay outdoor parking.
Restaurant and food services
BBQ accepted. Picnic area. Vending machines
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