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Parc National de la Yamaska, Roxton Pond

(4.6/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • I go to this park since this summer to relax swimming, biking, canoe and kayak and especially to have a picnic this is place .it's all in this place restaurant, toilet, shower. You can even camp .c ' is Heaven
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  • 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 »
  • This Park one hour from Montreal is everything you in South America would like to have. sites spaced with very good equipment, especially bathrooms, nature incredibly well kept, with people to your around educated and friendly a Lake of crystal clear water where you can practice canoeing and rest surrounded by nature and people quiet and respectful of others and the natural environment.
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  • This national park is very beautiful. On arrival you get path-breaking view of "Reservoir Choiniere" in 180 degree with trees everywhere. As I went in fall, the view looked even more beautiful with colorful leaves. As far as exploring the national park is concerned, it is not recommended for hiking as there is no mountain in this park. However, that does not mean it lacks the beauty of nature. There are several walking trails and a trail for bike of around 19 kms. I would strongly recommend this place for summer as well as fall. Have a good time!!!
  • Beautiful place. Quiet, clean, organized. Could use a couple more washroom/shower spots. Staff is super nice and friendly like most of the SEPAQ crew.
  • Great clean facilities. Washrooms a bit far for some sites but adequate and not too busy. Raccoons and skunks were a bit troublesome, they have learned how to open those plastic tubs. Overall a great family campsite.
  • Excellent place to spend weekend in summer! Lots of activities, playground for kids and decent beach. Fishing is good too!
  • Beautiful park! Nice place to go for a walk, bike, beach and it's family oriented