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Parc René Lévesque

1, chemin du Musée, Montreal, QC

514-637-7587

Comprised of a long and narrow piece of land protruding into Lake Saint-Louis along the border of the boroughs of Lachine and LaSalle, Park René-Lévesque is an ideal spot to enjoy the great outdoors no matter what the season.

Catégorie: Lieu de loisirs
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Se rendre | St Louis Lake

Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 20 avril 2009

Long and Narrow
Comprised of a long and narrow piece of land protruding into Lake Saint Louis along the border of the boroughs of Lachine and LaSalle, Park René-Lévesque is an ideal spot to enjoy the great outdoors no matter what the season. Open all year long, the park straddles the Lachine Basin to the north and the first set of Lachine rapids to the south, with a short trail connecting the park to the nearby Lachine Canal bike path.

Resident Great Herons
With just a single trail winding its way through the peninsula, visitors can enjoy a number of outdoor activities like walking, cycling and cross-country skiing. Not as frequented as many other parks in the city, the park's relative seclusion allows for patient bird-watchers to catch a glimpse of a variety of different bird species, including the area's famous resident great herons. Equipped with a number of picnic tables and benches that make for the perfect family outing, Park René-Lévesque is one of the most unique green spaces on the island of Montreal.

Détails

Parking: Nearby parking available.