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Mount Royal Park
#1 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Plenty of scenery to awe at!!! Just a wonderfully majestic park to casually wander around and around!! A small coffee/ice cream cafe in middle near lake; by the way, you can rent small boat to just so leisurely dr...
The Parc Mont Royal is a favorite place among the active residents of the city and you'll see lots of people, young and old, walking, hiking, jogging, and enjoying the day in the park. the Belvedere is an amazing...
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Laurentian Mountains
#2 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
these mountains are magnificent full of nature at is best - spring - bloom summer flowers , fall colors and winter wonderland with ski hills and many trails for snow mobile,cross country ski as well beautiful - be...
... take a walk along a forest path, or hike one of the numerous ski slopes, some even bring you up to the top and you can have a picnic and walk back down.. Can`t say enough about Mother Nature`s special treat.
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Parc des Rapides
#3 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
This are is truly beautiful The rapids are breathtaking The park and walking path are well maintained You can rent a kayak or canoe for the quite water It is a great place to bring a picnic, wedding pictures, comm...
Such a gorgeous place, end of Lac St-Louis, and St-Laurent river, the parc is a nature, wildlife and bird sanctuary, all kinds of birds, turtles and even foxes.
Place des Arts
#4 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Great area that has lots for kids to do (splash park, concerts going on, people watching, etc) that was also great for adults.
We were from out of town so it was $15 to park unless you prepaid which would have been $12.
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Japanese Garden
#5 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
And it is a great place to sit and read a book while enjoying nature.
SUMMARY The Japanese Gardens is a smaller garden area inside of the Botanical Garden park.
Montreal Botanical Gardens
#6 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
I recommend the Botanical garden for nature lovers, expert botanists, enchanting and relaxing walks, meditation, birdwatching, romantic moments, travel photography, learning experience and so much more.
Montreal Botanical Gardens has been around for ages I have been going to this wonderful garden for last 50 years since 1967 I have visited this beautiful park with beautiful landscaped gardens amazing flowers ther...
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La Fontaine Park
#7 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
There is a great comfortable feel to the park and with the huge maple trees and very friendly squirrels you'll feel as close to nature as you could in the big city.
Gorgeous and Peaceful Urban Park - Great Place to Walk and Relax!
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Lieu Historique National du Canal-de-Lachine
#8 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Sail in tranquility on the canal, stroll or ride your bike along its banks, enjoy picnics in the park and a variety of urban offerings along the way.
You can go to the end of the Canal and then cycle around through the suburb of Verdun back to the city along the St. Laurence with some lovely parks to ride through.
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Old Port of Montreal
#9 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
And down along the St. Lawrence River waterfront, at the Vieux Port (Old Port), which is undergoing a remarkable transformation, with zip line parks that look like pirate ships, trendy restaurants, the glittering...
There are a lot of shops, restaurants and art stores throughout the streets... On the "Boardwalk" you're able to park (C$25) and explore... Rent bikes (8 think is was C$5 an hour...) or peddle boats on the water (...
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Parc Jean-Drapeau
#10 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
I walked the whole park it was beyond beautiful and very peaceful being in nature and seeing all that happens its a island so you will have to take a uber or bus but its worth it i enjoyed my time their its a must...
On Ile Sainte Helene there is a huge fun park, fab gardens and the Biosphere [which looks amazing and has displays etc].
Olympic Park (Parc olympique)
#11 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
The highly photographic stadium and tower look like a giant space ships, which is worth a look to start with, but within the olympic park there is a botanical garden, bio dome, a tower with view, and a few other s...
This park, reachable via the Pie-IX and Viau Metro stations (Viau is nearer the Biodome and Pie-IX is nearer the Botanical Garden), contains four (or possibly five) sites well worth a visit: the Biodome, the Insec...
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Zoo Ecomuseum
#12 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
It is a small park where you can spend an easy couple of hours so great for young children or retired adults wanting a walk in nature.
Despite the park only containing local Quebec Wildlife, there is a lot to see and it is well worth the visit.
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Parc Maisonneuve
#13 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
This park is big, clean, very green, you can do: walking, running, rollerblade, bicycling, soccer (european football), yoga, frees-bee, bbq, sleep, you name it.
This park is right next to the Botanical Garden.
Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park
#14 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
its a very well set up nature park and great for winter activities and swimming in the summer kids will love it they also have animals and also good biking like being in the country but here in the city
We decided to all go for a walk in the park with our dogie Great place to spend a Sunday afternoon with the family During this time of year you need to make sure you have waterproof boots it’s very muddy and wet a...
Parc Jarry
#15 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Enjoy the Openness, Fresh Air, and Lovely Scenario of Montreal's Big Park.
A great park full of squirels, seagulls, ducks and dragonflies.
St. Louis Square (Carre St-Louis)
#16 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Next to it is the Quebec Tourism and Hotellerie Institute that has one of the most beautiful restaurant settings facing the St. Louis Square Park I also recomment their hotel - very nice and reasonably priced and...
Make sure you stop by the cafe in the park and sit down enjoying the view.
Ile-de-la-Visitation Nature Park
#17 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Beautiful nature walks and different options, bike as well as walking trails and a chalet on one side so there are bathrooms.
Clock Tower Beach
#18 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Dorchester Square
#19 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Across from the park sits the green-domed Basilique Marie Riene Du Monde, a handsome knockoff of St Paul’s Cathedral in Rome, which was very lovely in a simple and understated way – especially for Catholics.
Bordered by René Lévesque Boulevard to the south, Peel Street to the west, Metcalfe Street to the east and Dorchester Square Street to the north you will see: In the park: Statue /Monuments - Tribute to Sir Wilfri...
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Bois-de-Liesse Nature Park
#20 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Bois-de-Liesse Nature Park offers visitors something to do all year from just short walks to amazing snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
We loved the fall colours, took our son for toboggan rides near the chalet last winter, and have yet to discover all the nature activities organized by the park and various associations.
Place du Canada
#21 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
This is a beautiful park with a couple of memorials in it and is right next to the Cathedral.
Here for the Fall colors and visited the Cathedral and Anglican churches adjoining the park.
Parc-Nature-du-Bois-de-l'ile-Bizard
#22 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
It's a great little park that I used to take my kid to on Weekends before she had an I-phone...lol.There are great rocks to sit on by the water..an animal farm...a place you can buy honey and apples..and lots of H...
Pack a lunch and / or your camera and head out for an afternoon of enjoying nature.
Angrignon Park
#23 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
In the early spring you can hand feed the chickadees and in the summer the park is perfect for family-style, outdoor barbecues.
The park has 10km of walking trails and a large lake and tons of birds, squirrels and other wildlife.
Jean-Dore Beach
#24 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
... sure to get here early and reserve your picnic spots Families arrive early and spend the day enjoying sand and sun very centrally located so can be accessed by car or metro !enjoy you day at this beautiful Park !
Summit Woods and Summit Lookout
#25 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Parc de la Cite-du-Havre
#26 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Situated on a peninsula in the middle of the St. Lawrence River, the park offers visitors incredible unobstructed views of Vieux Montréal, and on the reverse side, Longueuil.
Champ-de-Mars
#27 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
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Saint-Leonard Cavern
#28 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Parc Regional de la Pointe-aux-Prairies
#29 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Park Rene Levesque
#30 of 50 Nature & Parks in Montreal