At the western tip of Montréal island, you will find the largest park of the network where the lac des Deux-Montagnes and the rivière des Prairies converge. Whether you are at the ecological farm, in a picnic area, on the beach or in the forest, you will appreciate this area set in the wilderness and many lookout points on the waterfront. Nature buffs can stop by the Havre aux tortues to learn more about this fascinating world. If you like cross-country skiing, a stop at the château Gohier or the sugar shack during the weekend will surely sweeten your day.
20099, boul. Gouin O., Montréal
Québec, Canada, H9K 1C6
Body of water. Cross-country skiing (32 km). Cycling (8 km). Entertainment. Entertainment for children. Fishing. Hiking (16 km). Horse-drawn sleigh rides / horse-drawn wagon rides. Plant life observation. Site interpretation. Ski kiting / kiteboarding. Snowshoeing (5,5 km). Supervised beach. Canoeing. Kayaking. Pedals boat. Wildlife observation
Banquet, meeting, conference room. Boat ramp. Boutique / Sales counter. Lodging on the premises. Panoramic view / lookout. Pets allowed. Other services
Canoes. Cross-country skis. Kayaks. Outdoor sites. Snowshoes. Toboggans / tubes / luges. Other nautical craft or equipement. Other sports equipment
Pay outdoor parking.
Restaurant and food services
Sugar shack menu in season. BBQ accepted. Picnic area. Snack bar. Vending machines