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Top park recommendations from locals

River
“Take a walk along the canal with views of MTL skyline. Take a break and have lunch by the water. Rent a boat and sail on the canal. ”
  • 41 locals recommend
Garden
“Peaceful, serene escape to enjoy a quiet moment near beautiful ponds, waterfalls and graceful trees. Walking/running/bike trails. ”
  • 26 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful views and unique vibe surrounded by fast-flowing water and waves from this peninsula. Fun little stroll for 1-2 hours.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Playground
“Huge park with tennis, baseball and other sports option. This is the start of the best bike ride along the St-Laurent river in my opinion, goes for over 10km. ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Park
“Good for lazing around on the grass, playing petanque, or swimming when the pool is open. ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Park
“Take a drive or bikeride to this lovely park, which sits right next to the st. Lawrence river rapids. Some standing waves allow locals to surf.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Park
“The mornings are perfect and a great dose of nature therapy. You can visit this park all year long. Super close to the bike path that takes you to downtown. There's also benches to have an easy picnic”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful park with a nice fountain. It's also got a public pool. Perfect for picnics, reading, and frisbee throwing. Your also a stone's throw from the Lachine Canal. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“Great park with bike path, walking path, skatepark and more just by the river. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
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“View of the river that is accessible by metro and much more quiet than lachine canal. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“In 1890, the former city of Saint Henri acquired some land adjacent to Saint Antoine Street to create a small public park. It would become the first public park in Saint Henri. The square is surrounded by Victorian row houses and triplexes which were built for members of the local elite. A commission for a monument to the French explorer Jacques Cartier was made shortly thereafter to Quebec sculptor Joseph-Arthur Vincent. In 1893, this statue was installed in the centre of the square. It was designed by Joseph-Arthur Vincent and was unveiled in 1893. It stands 9 metres (30 ft) tall and was made of cast iron. In the 1990s, the Cartier statue was replaced with a replica. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
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  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“Patinoire extérieure durant l'hiver. Pataugeoire avec fontaine. Tables de pique-nique. Quelques spectacles durant l'été (gratuits)”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“c'est un très grand parc où les gens peuvent s'entraîner, faire la barbecue, ou bien, prendre une promenade avec la famille.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“You're only 5 to 10 minutes away from the park and shoreline where you can go for a walk, jog or bike... It's a long stretch, there's plenty of bike paths and places to fish... Including a marina along the way and a public swimming pool at the Natatorium...”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
  • 2 locals recommend