Brome Lake, Brome-Missisquoi, Montérégie, Quebec , Canada

Brome Lake is a town in the regional county municipality of Brome-Missisquoi, in Montérégie, Quebec, Canada. The city contains Brome Lake that is the source of the Yamaska River, bordered to the east by Foster, Glenn and Gauvin mountains. The lake attracts outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen. You can swim, go windsurfing and catamaran sailing, kayaking and also use pedal boats. To see: Memorial Library Pettes, Davis Beach, the museum of the Historical Society of Brome County, flea markets stores, Tiffany Park, among others. In short, it is an appreciated tourist destination .

Tips

There are several hostels, bed & breakfast, hotel and spa and even a campsite where you can spend a weekend with the family or with friends as well as spend your holidays.
It is also possible to rent a cottage for the season or for a short or long period.

La P’tite cabane d’la côte, Mirabel, Quebec, Canada

La P’tite cabane d’la côte is a sugar shack and maple grove located in Mirabel (40 minutes from Montreal). It operates only on reservation especially with groups. It is also possible to visit it with schools and there are different activities for all ages. There are old-fashioned facilities (boilers and torches), maple water picking, sleigh rides and other activities for groups. The meal is abundant and of a very good quality and there is a large room where you will find musicians playing Quebec music on Friday and Saturday nights. You will also find a kiosk where you can buy their products. For the little ones there is a mini-farm.

Tips

You can bring your drink.

There is a promotion with very attractive prices for each child accompanied by an adult from Monday to Thursday evening.

Open from February, 25th  to April, 29th  2018 by reservation only.
 

Nature Park ‘Bois de l’Île Bizard’, île Bizard, Ste-Geneviève, Montreal, Quebec

The Nature Park ‘Bois de l’Ile Bizard’ includes sugar maple trees, cedar groves and marshes. It has a magnificent view of the Lake of Two Mountains. This is a place where you can go walking and cycling but also in winter you can practice cross-country skiing (20km) or go snowshoeing (10km). There are several paths in this large star-shaped park; it even has a bridge that crosses the great swamp. You can see some animals like ducks, beavers, turtles, birds. In spring and fall, it’s a good place to watch migrating geese and other birds in the lake. In summer you can also enjoy swimming, canoeing, fishing or having a picnic (barbecue allowed).

Tips

If you want to walk around with your pet, in this park it’s possible.
In winter you have a snowshoe and ski rental on site.
The park is open all year long.