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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Enriching nature experiences.
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