From winter through summer, explore the largest protected wildlife reserve in the greater Montréal region: a river with a “thousand” islands! It’s a wonderful place to spend a colourful day!
Believe It or Not! Meet the challenges proposed by this exhibition and gain a better understanding of the history of the river, and the flora and fauna that inhabit it.
Which animal species live and swim nearby? The Ecology lab offers a chance to see the Reserve’s living collection close up. Discover the Parc’s initiatives to protect these vulnerable species.
Enjoy a Rabaska canoe and glide along the water. “Stop paddling! Look over there!” It’s no coincidence that there’s an excursion called One River, a Thousand Lives, where moments of enchantment and exercise await you.
Experience the Sleeping Nature Ramble. In the company of a guide, follow animal tracks during this winter hike and observe the strategies used by fauna and flora to adapt to the conditions of the winter season.
Help protect nature in the Parc! Participate in a riverbank clean-up drive, a bat inventory, wood duck nesting box monitoring, or turtle observations... Or assist with planting a garden that will attract bees and butterflies!
Centre d’exploration du Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles
345, Sainte-Rose Blvd.
Laval (Quebec) | H7L 1M7
T 450 622-1020
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