Nestled along the Ottawa River in Hull, this park is special because of its historical significance. The great explorers and ... More
Nestled along the Ottawa River in Hull, this park is special because of its historical significance. The great explorers and voyageurs of Canada used the Ottawa River as a gateway to the interior and the west. John Franklin, David Thompson, Alexander Mack enzie and Simon Fraser all would have paddled into or out of the site of this park. Just four kilometres past the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the park is not difficult to find. Follow Laurier Street and Tache Boulevard west. Turn left onto Begin Street, which leads right to the river's edge.
Located north of Six Flags on Green Oaks Boulevard in Arlington, this park offers something for everyone. There are areas
for hiking, biking and inline skating. Four miles of paved trails wind in and out of the playground and ...
Artillery Park National Historic Site was both a French and British barracks, and was functioning as a munitions factory as
recently as the early 1960s. Visitors can tour the fully restored dining room, kitchen and drawing room, as well ...
Sometimes known as Parc des Iles, these two man made islands in the St. Lawrence River were created for Expo
'67. They feature hiking, biking and roller blade paths (on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, site of the Montreal Grand ...