Located in the westernmost part of the island of Montréal, this 233-hectare linear park is partially finished. Only the northwest portion of the park, which opens onto the Lac des Deux Montagnes, is currently open to the public. This idyllic spot offers a magnificent view of the lake and the Oka area.
In the wintertime, the winds that blow regularly over this icy expanse of water make it a popular destination with kite skiiers and paraskiiers.
- Free self-guided kiteskiing and paraskiing
- Ice fishing
- Parking ($)
No activity available for this park.
Take Autoroute 40 westbound and get off at exit 49, Chemin Sainte-Marie. Take Chemin de l'Anse-à-l'Orme to Boulevard Gouin Ouest, then head east, following the directions on the blue road signs until you reach the park entrance.
by public transit
From the Côte-Vertu metro station, take the 64 bus northbound to the Grenet/De Serres stop. Then take the 68 bus westbound (at the corner of Grenet and Gouin).
From the Côte-Vertu metro station, take the 470 bus westbound to the Pierrefonds/Des Cageux stop. Then take the 68 bus westbound.
From the Henri-Bourassa metro station, take the 69 bus westbound to the Grenet/De Serres stop. Then take the 68 bus westbound (at the corner of Grenet and Gouin).
access to nature parks is free
$9 per day and $7 for two hours. Places are limited. Annual permit available ($60 for residents, $80 for non-residents)
Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times.
The nature parks do not offer restaurant services, but some reception chalets have food vending machines.
Alcohol consumption on-site
Alcohol consumption is tolerated when it accompanies a picnic.
All the reception chalets are wheelchair accessible.
The trails are maintained from December 15 to March 10.
Outdoor equipment rental
You can rent cross-country skis and snowshoes in certain parks. Some of them also offer sleds, magic carpets, sleighs for children and spikes for safe walking.