Laurentians Parks and wildlife reserves
The Laurentians region, a vast natural territory, offers outdoor aficionados an unrivalled selection of parks to enjoy their favorite adventure activities.
Put on your snowshoes, cross-country skis or skates and discover the magnificent winter scenery. Hiking and nature interpretation are other great ways to appreciate nature’s wonders in all seasons. In the summer, activities abound: hiking, all types of water sports, horseback riding,fauna and flora interpretation, fishing and cycling. Visitors can also extend their stay and go camping or stay a night in a refuge.
Revel in our beautiful nature!
Centre touristique et éducatif des Laurentides (CTEL)
Le centre touristique et éducatif des Laurentides (CTEL) makes the natural attractions and wildlife of this land of forest, lakes and mountains available to you. Walking the well-maintained 36 km oftrails, you can...
Parc régional Val-David--Val-Morin - Far Hills Sector
The Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park is a territory of 700 hectares, surrounded by nature, located less than an hour from Montreal. Destination 4 seasons, the park offers climbing, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and telemarking.
Réserve faunique de Papineau-Labelle
The Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Reserve is part of Québec’s SEPAQ network providing outdoor activities such as fishing and hunting, with cottage or camping holidays, canoe-camping expeditions, hiking and long-distance cross...
Rouge-Matawin Wildlife Reserve
This 1,394 km2 territory offers a range of outdoor activities including hunting and fishing. Services are available for both visitors staying in chalets and hunters, fishers and canoeing enthusiasts. There is a quality...
Parc régional Val-David--Val-Morin Dufresne Sector
The Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park is a territory of 700 hectares, surrounded by nature, located less than an hour from Montreal. 4 seasons destination, the park offers climbing, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and telemarking.
Parc régional Bois de Belle-Rivière
This regional park is one of the most beautiful forest parks in Quebec. During winter, you can practice skating on the brand new ice trail or on the large skating rink, ski touring, snowshoeing, walking in the forest or enjoy our tube slide.
Discover the fabulous scenery alongside our linear parks!
Among the many activities available, you can tour along “Le P’tit Train du Nord” linear park, a 232-km cycle path built over an old railway line from Bois-des-Filion to Mont- Laurier: it’s the longest park of its kind in Canada!
Parc national d'Oka
Come explore a mosaic of natural habitats while benefiting from numerous educational and recreational activities. The pathway to the Oka Calvary with its Stations of the Cross is unique in America.
Recreational park of 1500 acres of forest, lake, beach and trails. 3 rental houses for groups only. Grand Saint-Bernard (35 to 63), Pavillon de chasse (max 12), Maison de ferme (max 8 ). Astronomy center. Nature center....
Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles
The Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles is perfect to enjoy the outdoors. This unique natural attraction is the most important preserved wildlife sanctuary in the Montréal region. What can be more exciting than observing...
Mont-Tremblant National Park
With its six great rivers and 400 lakes and streams, the Parc National du Mont-Tremblant is a canoer's paradise. It's a rich amalgam of Québec's natural and historic heritages, being the largest and oldest park in the network.
Parc régional de la Rivière Doncaster
Outdoor activities by excellence in Sainte-Adèle. Ten kilometers of marked trails in the forest including several near the river Doncaster. Hiking and fishing in summer, winter snowshoeing. Equipment rental on site.
Parc du Domaine Vert
The Parc du Domaine Vert is an intermunicipal forested park catering for outdoor activities, located in an urban environment. Activities offered are for families, school groups and business groups. Numerous summer...
Parc régional Kiamika
Located less than 200 km from Montréal, Kiamika Regional Park is the perfect outdoor destination to get closer to nature!
Parc régional Montagne du Diable
The Parc régional de la Montagne du Diable is the best place to practice your favorite sports in any season. A 783 meters above sea level mountain, the reception pavilion and shelters at the base and in the mountains are an unforgettable natural.
Parc régional du Poisson Blanc
The Poisson Blanc Regional Park offers boat trips / kayaking / sup - camping on the Poisson Blanc Reservoir islands, and a boat rental service, luggage delivery, wood and ice from the reception pavilion.
Parc régional de la Rivière-du-Nord
Go simply hiking or otherwise come fishing, camping, biking or canoeing. Water games, an obstacle course, interpretive signs, a rally, the Arts and Sensory Trail.