Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville

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A few kilometres from Montréal, right in the middle of the St. Lawrence, 5 little islands form Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville. This park offers green spaces, channels teeming with life and waterside trails. Walkers, cyclists and canoers come here for a breath of fresh air and a break from city noise. Others enjoy a trip back in time to discover some of the First Nations that spent time on the park's islands. In the winter, Île Sainte-Marguerite offers skiers and snowshoers a paradise of snowy landscapes. The peaceful atmosphere is conducive to spotting animals and signs of their presence.

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New camping sector on Île Grosbois

Camping in nature’s serenity, only a few kilometres from Montréal! Stay at one of 54 semi-serviced campsites or in one of 21 ready-to-camp Huttopia tents, all located in the new Île Grosbois camping sector, only 3 km away by bike or foot. Book your stay now.


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Family Time

Activities for your youngsters, accommodations, and services - discover what this family destination has in store for your vacation! See our detailed fact sheet.


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Get 25% off your next camping stay on weekdays

Plan your next camping stay right away at any of our destinations in the authentic great outdoors. Until June 15, 2015, book five consecutive weeknights (Sunday through Thursday) for the upcoming summer season and get 25% off your stay. Certain conditions apply. Details


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Annual Parcs Québec Network Card

Your pass for our protected areas. Enjoy an unlimited acces to the 24 Québec’s national parks for a period of 12 months! With the purchase of this card until September 1, 2015, you have a chance to win a stay worth $10,000 at Parcs Nunavik. Details


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