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Bosquets Albert Hudon Cap

Otterburn Park 450 462-1501 enfantshandicapes.com

Since 2003, Colonie Les Bosquets Albert Hudon has joined the great family of the Quebec Society for Disabled Children. Located in Otterburn Park, on the shores of the Richelieu River, the Colonie has organized its activities mainly in favour of people who have a pervasive development disorder (autism or other P.D.D.) as...

This rich and diversified environment evolves and is affected by the changing seasons. It is sure to catch the attention of both bird-watchers and nature lovers alike. The centre includes a network of interpretation panels stretching over nearly 1 km to help visitors learn more about the biodiversity of this wetland.

Centre Notre-Dame-de-Fatima

Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot 514 453-7600 poste 221 mon-camp.ca

The outdoor recreation centre is a haven of peace which focuses on human contact. We promote values centered on sharing, open-mindedness and inclusion in everything we do in order to offer a unique and authentic experience; the ultimate camp experience. Our all-inclusive or à la carte packages are designed to facilitate...

The Chambly canal is the ideal spot to enjoy a family picnic, go for a stroll and observe the boats! The canal’s natural setting and rich heritage past enable visitors to dive into history. Throughout the summer, its banks come alive with a variety of events.

Fort Débrouillard

Roxton Falls 450 548-5655 fortdebrouillard.qc.ca

Inspired by the Fort Boyard TV series, this adventurer’s paradise tests muscles and neurons, diplomacy and audacity, teamwork and individual efforts in an intensely physical and mental challenge. There are enough hazards and mysteries to stimulate your resourcefulness and push your body for several hours. At the end of...

Many activities are offered year-round for families looking for fun! Whether on land or water, seasoned naturalist guides help visitors discover a host of unexpected environmental and historical riches with the help of colorful characters. On-site, many services are available to welcome families, including accommodations.

Rich in history, the site allows a stop in the Vallée-du-Richelieu, Saint-Ours Canal is the perfect place for a break in nature and the great outdoors. The site allows the exploration of the waterways by kayak, picnics on Darvard Island and observing the fish in their migration.

Maison du marais

Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel 450 742-5716 | 1 866 742-5716 maisondumarais.org

Various activities on the theme of moist environment. Interpretation centre of the local flora and fauna, footpath, souvenir shop, and picnic area. Discover or learn more about the archipelago of Lake Saint Pierre with the help of a naturalist guide. Kayak and sea canoe rental services.

Parc les Salines

Saint-Hyacinthe 450 253-5082 parclessalines.com

Parc les Salines offers the possibility of enjoying several outdoor recreational activities: forest walking trails, bird watching, cycling, water games (mid-June to mid-October), picnic area and children play structures, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, skating and tube sliding. Services: chalet and equipment rental....

A short distance from the City of Montréal, Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville is an extraordinary venue of natural and cultural wealth and a must-see to discover in the summertime! The picturesque charm of the islands, the myriad of wild flowers and bushes, trees in full bloom, the proximity of the St. Lawrence...

Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno

Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville 450 653-7544 parcsquebec.com

Discover Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno just a few kilometres away from the Montréal metropolitan area. Five lakes, an orchard and trails stretching over dozens of kilometres make this park a true haven of nature in an urban setting. The sites are teeming with hundreds of species of flowers, trees and plants. Enjoy...

From the site of the Théâtre de la Dame de Cœur in Upton, a spectacular aluminum pedestrian bridges spans the Duncan River and links to the Parc nature de la Région d’Acton. By walking along the trails of this natural area which boasts a unique environmental value in the Montérégie region, visitors will discover the rich...

An original museum-type activity…a unique site! This open-air interpretation centre offers a museum-type experience that is both original and unique. Multiple interpretation areas set up along the 70-kilometres cycling network, addressing various subjects, such as the history and construction of the Beauharnois Canal, as...

Exceptional natural setting; the forest shelters marshes, bogs and century-old pine trees on the shores of the majestic St. Lawrence River. Four-season activities for the whole family. A network of 20 km of hiking, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing trails enhanced by a 1.4 km elevated walkway. The site comprises...

Exceptional natural setting; the forest shelters marshes, bogs and century-old pine trees on the shores of the majestic St. Lawrence River. Four-season activities for the whole family. A network of 20 km of hiking, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing trails enhanced by a 1.4 km elevated walkway. The site comprises...

The Îles-de-Saint-Timothée Regional Park consists mainly of two islands, located in the St. Lawrence River. In winter, the pond is drained, making this unique environment an attraction in itself. Walking trails are available, and it is a unique conservation area dotted with informative panels. Over 100 species live in...

Park and Nature trail

Venise-en-Québec 450 244-5400 (de la mi-mai à la mi-octobre) municipalite.venise-en-quebec.qc.ca

Come discover the wonderful protected natural environment of the Venise Ouest bog. Visit the Nature Park which comprises parking spaces, outdoor picnic tables, as well as a natural refuge with public washroom facilities. A two-kilometer trail enhanced with interpretive panels will help you discover the fauna and flora of...

RécréoParc

Sainte-Catherine 450 635-3011 recreoparc.org

In a beautiful setting on the St. Lawrence River, Récré-O-Parc offers access to nature in a lively and friendly area. In Récré-O-Parc, come and travel through nature less than 20 minutes from Montréal. The site offers a variety of activities in every season. In summer, enjoy the beach and the multifunctional trails. In...

On land and water, discover the biodiversity of the Lake Saint-François National Wildlife Area, recognized worldwide by UNESCO. Recreational and tourism activities such as sea kayaking, rabaska canoe, two-man canoe, nature workshops, geocaching and other events await families and school groups. There is access to 10 km...

Saint-Bernard Regional Park

Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle 450 246-2598 | 450 246-3348 parcregionalst-bernard.com

Available at the park: cross-country skiing, hiking and biking trails; tube sliding on artificial snow with ski lift service; nestled in the woods, a rink for free skating and another rink for hockey.; a picnic area and a children’s playground under the trees.; and a welcome lodge with a snack bar to grab a bite and...

Zoo Parc Safari

Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle 450 247-2727 parcsafari.com

At Zoo Parc Safari, the entire family will be amazed. This is the only place in Québec where it is possible to view African animals and see the blazing speed cheetahs or look a lion in the eye less than 2 cm away! Come and cool off in the AquaParc Safari and its 60 water jets. The Zoo Parc Safari will stay in your heart...