Park Experience - Parc national d’Oka - National Parks - Sépaq

COVID-19 : New preventive measures in certain alert levels, visitor's guide, and limited activities and services

The current call volume is causing additional waiting times. We suggest consulting the Frequently Asked Questions and booking online.

Parc national d'Oka

Partial opening

This establishment is partially open. Certain health and safety measures to combat COVID-19 (coronavirus) have been put in place to ensure the health and safety of staff and customers.

Consult the list of activities and services offered

IMPORTANT! Only those who purchased their daily access rights in advance online or who hold an annal card can access the park. Please note, however, that access to a sector, a trail or an activity could unfortunately be refused if a parking lot is full, or if the maximum capacity established in order to respect social distancing is reached. Arrive early!

Note: The park will closed at 6 p.m. until further notice.

New public health measures: establishments in "red" zones

This establishment is located in one of the regions designated as "red". Please refer to the additional public health regulations now in place.

Park Experience

Centuries of History and Nature

Parc national d'Oka, just a stone’s throw from the metropolitan area, appears as a mosaic of environments that are all fascinating. The diversity of animal and plant species in this region south of Québec is a significant wealth, and partially explains human presence over the centuries in this fertile area. From Calvaire Hill to Lac des Deux Montagnes, the area’s history show up as part of our roots! Come discover the true nature of Oka while enjoying a wide range of educational and outdoor activities year-round.

Click here to find out about the wide range of discovery activities available in the park!

Discover the Park Through Interpretation

Parc national d'Oka has the potential to inspire wonder! And the best way is to participate in our discovery activities (in French only). Through the nterpretation of natural and cultural heritage, you’ll learn more about the park and the importance of protecting it.

Among the riches we wish to share are 2,500 years of history: the area’s occupation by Amerindians, Sulpicians, and others, the hills and agricultural land and the exceptional plant and animal life, including the presence of some special status species.

The Grande Baie Visitors Centre

During your visit to the park, before heading to the trails, drop into Le Littoral Visitors Centre to get information and pick up brochures for self-guided hikes... Rallies and discovery brochures about the natural environment will please the whole family and make your visit even more fun.

Did you know?

Hiking Through the Centuries

Notice the three white chapels overlooking the hill in the distance. A trail blazed over the centuries will guide you to Calvaire d'Oka, a historical site unique in North America.

L'ascension du Calvaire
Climbing the Calvaire

The Sulpicians built these Stations of the Cross between1740 and 1742 for the evangelization of the Amerindians. Le Calvaire trail culminates in a panoramic view of Lac des Deux Montagnes.  Four oratories containing reproductions of famous religious scenes mark the road and create a contemplative atmosphere.

At the summit, three Roman-style chapels stand as proud witnesses to great historical events and religious pilgrimages. The peacefulness of this spot and the buildings still convey a sense of spirituality, even today.

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