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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...

Camping Lac Mineur

Saint-Jacques-le-Mineur 450 346-0640 campingdulacmineur.com

Let yourself be charmed by this camping site and its beach, picnic area under the willow trees and water slides. A place well worth discovering!

Centre d'équitation Nouvelle-France invites you to come explore the mountain on horseback! Whether you are a beginner or experienced rider, you will find the right horse for you! Our dynamic and experienced team will ensure you enjoy a safe and pleasant horse ride! Our horses are calm and well trained, and know what’s...

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 nautique de Saint-Hyacinthe

Saint-Hyacinthe 450 778-8339 (en saison), 450 778-8335 (hors saison) ville.st-hyacinthe.qc.ca

Discover the Yamaska River by renting a nautical craft at little cost: kayak, pedal boat, canoe, rowboat and pontoon that can hold 15 people (bring your own meal). Safety equipment included. Reservation recommended. The minimum age to rent a canoe, pedal boat, kayak or rowboat (without motor) is 14 yrs old. Group...