Parks are open during their usual hours.
Welcome centres are closed.
Sanitary services remain accessible.
No shuttle service is offered this season.
Certain conditions apply for reserving individual sporting equipment
- Reservations are mandatory and can only be made online.
- Rental is free for young people, 17 years and under
- The free rental can last no more than two hours
- Free only for residents of Montréal island
To know how to rent your equipment online,click here (french only).
You cannot obtain an annual parking permit on site. It can only be purchased online or by telephone. To do so, click here or call 514-280-6766.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Together the nature parks form a vast network of protected natural areas across the island of Montréal. These veritable gems are ideal places to discover, relax and enjoy many recreational and outdoor activities. They provide an oasis for outdoor and recreation enthusiasts to escape the frenzy of city life without having to leave the island.
These large parks stand apart for the richness of their protected natural habitat and landscapes, and even, for some, their historical past. From east to west, each has a unique character and charms that vary from season to season.
If you don’t have your own equipment for winter sports, no problem! You can rent cross-country skis and snowshoes in some parks, along with sleds, flying carpets and ice cleats for safe walking.
With equipment adapted to the needs of all client groups, Montréal’s nature parks offer all visitors a quality atmosphere and unparalleled services.
Trails are maintained from December 12, 2020 to March 14, 2021.
Montréal’s nature parks offer all visitors quality guest services and an outstanding experience.
Note that ash tree removal work will take place this winter in some of the parks.
In order to really enjoy your outings this winter, consult skiing, walking and tobogganing conditions, updated daily on the Montréal website.