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Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville

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A few kilometres away from Montreal, right in the middle of the majestic Saint-Lawrence River, five closely knit Islands make up the Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville, a highly representative sample of the Saint-Lawrence Lowlands’ natural heritage. Hikers, picnickers, cyclists, canoeists, kayakers and campers come over to get away from it all. In winter, the park offers hikers, snowshoers, cross-country skiers and fatbike enthusiasts wonderful snowy scenery, and an atmosphere beyond just peaceful.

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Exploration on the Saint-Lawrence

In a canoe or sea kayak, on a stand-up paddle board (SUP), or even in a foot-pedal craft, glide into the fascinating world of the îles de Boucherville’s internal waterways. A fleet of over 100 watercrafts at your disposal for rent!

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Camping on Île Grosbois

Accessible by bicycle only, the camping and ready-to-camp sites on île Grosbois are located in a delightful, bewitching section of the park where fields and meadows, forest sites and aquatic environments meet and mix wonderfully. Mesmerizing scenery, peace and quiet all guaranteed!

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Bicyle Riding on the Islands

Discover the park on our 21-km cycling trail network. The trails head out from the Discovery and Visitors Centre, bend and turn along the Saint-Lawrence and the Grande Rivière, and belt around all the park’s major islands. As part of this family ride, take a break in one of our picnic areas sprinkled along the way. Bicycles are available for rent.

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The Park in Winter

Winter is a splendid season for outdoor activities! During winter, the park offers cross-country skiing, winter hiking, snowshoeing, fatbike riding and snow scooter (kick-sled) enthusiasts a lot to revel in, and all the relevant equipment can be rented. In addition, the new bridge opens up untapped snowy landscape exploration horizons on the other islands.

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Observation on Île aux Raisins

This 3.4 km-long trail, dotted with new discovery panels and sensory featurettes, lets you appreciate all the impressive wealth of the flood plain.

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Discovery Stations

A new, original and unique trail made up of several rest-and-learn stops as well as a large interactive fresco located at the Discovery and Visitors Centre. They will enable you to take in immersive experiences on the islands’ fauna, flora and history.

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