Activities and experiences

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal National Historic Site

During your visit to the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal, you can walk on the canal jetty or take the boardwalk. Observe the boats, admire the remains of the first canal, shop the stores on Sainte-Anne Street or have a picnic on the bank.

Sail between Lake des Deux-Montagnes and Lake Saint-Louis

Sail along one of the largest waterways in the country by travelling the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal and lock, one of the busiest in Canada and gateway to the Montréal-Kingston waterway. Inaugurated in 1843, the Canal now serves recreational boaters. Come sail on a waterway with more than 150 years of history.

​A special atmosphere

Stroll along the boardwalk, watch boats pass, admire the remains of the first canal, stop at a restaurant terrace or picnic in the greenspace.

Other activities

Calendar of events

Schedule of events and interpretive programs.

A day at the canal

A stroll along the waterside in pastoral and pleasant surroundings: choice of restaurants, ice cream and shops near the canal.

Lockage and navigation

Maps, suggested routes and rates when planning your visit.

Things to do

Sailboating Boating
Dogs on leash Dog walking
Fishing Fishing
Motorboating Motorboating
Photo Opportunity Photography
Picnic area Picnicking
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