An enchanting site surrounded by shoreline, this peninsula offers commanding views of the Rivière des Prairies and Lake of Two Mountains, and it features a natural sand beach popular with families.
Located on what was once private agricultural land, Montréal’s largest nature park today houses an organic vegetable farm where animals are also raised. During winter, the park offers kilometres of nature trails for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. In spring, a traditional sugarhouse gives visitors a chance to savour various maple products.
Learn moreGeneral information Park info
- Visit to the farm and general store (organic produce available for purchase)
- Hiking trails: 16 KM
- Bike paths: 8 KM
- Picnic areas, some with water views
- Boat launch
- Paid beach: swimming, canoeing, kayaking, pedalos, fishing ($)
- Boarding, kayaking ($)
- Nature interpretation
free show !
LES SOEURS BOULAY
August 20 - 2 p.m.
Activities will be held between
12 p.m. and 4 p.m.
In case of rain, the activity will be cancelled, but you are invited to take a part in the event scheduled for the following Saturday.
183, chemin du Cap-Saint-Jacques, Pierrefonds (Québec), H9K 1C6514 280-6743
free shuttle bus service
For August 20 only, the City of Montreal offers a STM bus shuttle. This special shuttle will leave the Henri-Bourassa metro station to go directly to the Nature Park Cap-Saint-Jacques.
Check the shuttles schedule for the day here. Online reservation are required.Reserve your place now
by public transit
If the shuttle bus schedule does not suit your needs, there is public transit service to the park year-round.
From the Côte-Vertu metro station, take the 64 bus to the Cartierville terminus. From there, take the 68 bus to the park entrance. From the Henri-Bourassa metro station, take the 69 bus to the terminus and then take the 68 bus.
Take Autoroute 40 westbound and get off at exit 49, chemin Ste-Marie.
Follow the indications on the blue road signs to the reception, beach or organic farm entrance.