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Parc National de la Yamaska, Roxton Pond

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  • Nice day for a hike, bug free just done the hour through the forest was a nice start to the season, when we started didn't see anyone, I do Park Yamaska next time doing the 19 km around the lake well ...  more »
  • Well, if you are in montreal and you just want to breath some fresh air the park it's a very nice option. You have to know, though, that most of the trail is in the wood and there are very few lookout...  more »
  • We joined our friends for a great camping weekend here. We had lot 121 & 123, which were huge, you could have shared a lot. We enjoyed renting canoes and going for a picnic across the lake. Lots of st...  more »
  • Beautiful landscapes! Great for hiking and biking, and family picnics. We spent a day biking around the park reservoir. Trail is marked, clean and well maintained. We borrowed the i-phones loaded with special app from Info center . This app provided us with additional information on flora and fauna, as well as points of interest in the area. Also, worth noticing, that park offers cabin accommodation, camping and ready-to-camp areas.
  • Its beach is Very good and clean with new benches. The way also is so beautiful and there are many farms that can be interesting for children.
  • key features of this are 1) Lake - activities include boating, biking and trekking around the lake approximately 19 kms and 11 kms depending on if you take the bigger circle or smaller circle. 2) Migratory birds - you will get to see when you are near the lake. 3) Very clean bathrooms - you will need 1 canadian dollar for 4 minutes of shower. 4) Small beach for kids and a tiny water play area. Overall it was a great experience.
  • Great small relaxing park, really close to Montreal. Contains both short and long trails.
  • would go back , entry price is unexpensive , the bike tracks are nice ! you can fish and bbq