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Camping Domaine du Rêve

Camping Domaine du Rêve

Sainte-Angèle-de-Monnoir 450 469-2524

Snack-bar, picnic area, water slide, children playground, free parking, tourist roadsign.
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www.domainedureve.com
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Camping du Lac-Mineur

Camping du Lac-Mineur

Saint-Jacques-le-Mineur 450 346-0640

Beach, water area no beach, water slides, animation, watercraft rental, playground
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www.campingdulacmineur.com
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Camping Les Cèdres

Camping Les Cèdres

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu 450 346-9276

watercraft rental, water slides, pool, beach, water area no beach, animation, playground
More info

www.campinglescedres.com
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CARTHY

CARTHY

Waterloo 450 539-4000


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Centrale hydroélectrique de Beauharnois

Centrale hydroélectrique de Beauharnois

Beauharnois (Melocheville) 1 800 365-5229

Located 40 kilometres from Montréal, between Lakes Saint-François and Saint-Louis, this is one of the world’s largest generating stations. Take a tour of the facilities and learn...
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www.hydroquebec.com/visitez
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Centre d'interprétation de la guerre 1812

Centre d'interprétation de la guerre 1812

Lacolle 450 246-4063

Site of a battle during which the Americans attempted to invade Canada, on November 20, 1812. At the time, the Rivière-Lacolle region represented Montréal’s first line of defence....
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Centre d'interprétation du ruisseau McFee

Centre d'interprétation du ruisseau McFee

Venise-en-Québec 450 244-5400

This rich and diversified environment evolves and is affected by the changing seasons. It is sure to catch the attention of bird-watchers and lovers. Please respect this natural environment,...
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www.municipalite.venise-en-quebec.qc.ca
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Centre d'interprétation du site archéologique Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha

Centre d'interprétation du site archéologique Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha

Saint-Anicet 450 264-3030 / 1 866 690-3030 / 450 264-5411 (hors saison)

Discover 15th century Amerindian lifestyle and environment in the reconstructed Iroquoian village next to one of Québec’s most important archaeological sites. Exhibitions on Amerindians,...
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www.sitedroulers.ca
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