The Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. This unique natural attraction is the most important preserved wildlife sanctuary in the Montreal region. What can be more exciting than observing animals in their natural habitat? Admire the flora of the park’s many marshes, islands and banks, in a canoe, kayak, rabaska, pedal boat or row boat. Enjoy the scenery while hiking on the many trails of the park or take the Route bleue des voyageurs, a 155-kilometre navigable route divided into eight sections that runs from the Ottawa River region to Laval and end in the Lanaudière region.
Located in Old-Sainte-Rose, the Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles is the perfect place where the whole family can practice various indoor activities in a natural setting of large icy spaces among the most beautiful of the province. Three trails for hiking, cross- country skiing and snowshoeing are stretching over 13 kilometres across the river and the islands. The peace and quiet of the forest, at only a few minutes from the city, will amaze you. The park also has slides and a skating trail. Plus, ice-fishing enthusiasts can choose among several packages and practice their sport while keeping warm in the pretty coloured ice shacks.
Beautiful aerial images of winter facilities at Rivière-des-Mille-Îles' Park through drone Systèmes d'UAS Falcon BLEU