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Departure from the municipal pier, public parking is available near the old rectory. A map is available at the Venise-en-Quebec Tourism Office. There are more than 40 cycling routes which run along the shores of the Baie de Venise and into the neighbouring regions; Vermont, the Lake Champlain Islands, the Eastern...
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.
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.
Rated 4 gold anchors and ranked among the top three major marinas in Québec, Marina Valleyfield boasts nearly 400 service-equipped slips. Located within walking distance to the festive and commercial Salaberry-de-Valleyfield town centre, Marina Valleyfield is a must-see stopover on the way to the Thousand Island.