Nature Park


This nature park is the ideal destination to observe fauna and flora in an urban environment. The star-shaped lake extends its arms into diverse ecosystems waiting to be discovered. The park is home to a variety of natural environments, including marshes, wetlands, maple and cedar forests, as well as a lookout over Lake of Two Mountains—all of which can be explored a during a single visit.

From the winding footbridge spanning the great marsh, visitors can see frogs, turtles, ducks, muskrats and, if they’re lucky, beavers.

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General information Park info

summer activities

  • 12,7 KM of shared hiking trails and bike paths
  • Picnic areas
  • Boat launch
  • Small beach for swimming
  • Observatory
  • Nature interpretation
  • Bird-watching

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September 3 - 2 p.m.

Reception chalet

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.

getting there

2115, chemin du Bord-du-Lac, L'Île-Bizard (Québec), H9C 1P3

514 280-­8517

free shuttle bus service

Saturday, September 3 only

For September 3 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 Bois-de-l'Île-Bizard. Check the shuttles schedule for the day here.

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Spring and Summer only

If the shuttle bus schedule does not suit your needs, there is public transit service to the park year-round.

This nature park is also accessible by ferry via the L'Île­-Bizard/Ste­-Dorothée crossing.

by car

Take Autoroute 40 westbound and get off at exit 52, boulevard Saint-Jean Nord. Turn left on boulevard Pierrefonds, then right on Jacques-Bizard. After the bridge, follow the indications on the blue road signs.