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Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville

Tranquility and peaceful nature just minutes away from Montréal. Consisting of a string of islands on the St.Lawrence River, the park offers over 25 kilometres of sign-posted paths for hikers and cyclists as well as magnificent channels for canoeing and sea kayaking. Lucky visitors can spot a black-crowned night heron, red fox or Virginia deer. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet a park ranger, visit an Iroquois settlement or assist in traditional fire lighting demonstrations. In winter, snow hiking, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing are featured.

Area Rive-Sud
City / Town Boucherville
Address 55, Île Sainte-Marguerite C.P. 310
Postal/Zip Code J4B 5J6
Telephone 450 928-5088
Email address
Web site www.sepaq.com/pq/bou

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Outdoor Activities

Services : Partially accessible to persons with reduced mobility. escort illustration

Equipment rental : Canoe, bike, kayak

Activities : Kayak, canoe, biking, bird watching, picnic area, playground, fishing

Schedule : Year-round, 8 a.m. until sunset

Admission Fee : Entrance fee required, consult the website. Group rates

Description : Tranquility and peaceful nature just minutes from Montréal. Consisting of a string of islands on the Saint Lawrence River, the park offers over 25 kilometres of sign-posted paths for hikers and cyclists as well as magnificent channels for canoeing and sea kayaking. Possibility of seeing a Black-crowned Night Heron, red fox or Virginia deer. Take advantage of meeting a park ranger or archaeologist, visit an Iroquois installation or assist in fire lighting demonstrations done the Amerindian way. Animated activities every summer weekend at the archaeological site of Boucher-de-Grosbois. In winter, hiking in the snow, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing are featured.