Bordered by Lake Saint-Louis and Châteauguay River, Île Saint-Bernard reveals all of its natural and cultural highlights. Former seigneurie of Châteauguay, this territory has...
Open for commercial navigation in 1843, the canal now
welcomes pleasure boats. Eight of the nine canal locks
have conserved their manual function. The 1-2-3 staircase
locks are unique in...
Inaugurated in 1849, this canal is part of a network
that rendered navigation possible between the Saint
Lawrence River and Hudson River. It links the cities of
Montréal and New York. Unique...
Various activities relating to the moist environment. Interpretation centre on the local flora and
fauna, footpath, souvenir shop and picnic area. Discovery and learning of the archipelago of...
With its network of footpaths (30 km, including 4 km of rustic paths), its mature forests and five lakes, Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno is a well-known hiking destination. You can also discover...