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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...