TRAILSATTRACTIONS

A network of 23 km of trails will allow you to discover magnificent landscapes throughout the year. In a mixture of young and mature forests bordering the L’Assomption River, these trails vary from easy to intermediate and will lead you to 6 lookouts allowing you to appreciate the relief of the municipalities of Ste-Béatrix, St-Jean-de- Matha and Ste-Mélanie.
NOTE : Trails are difficult to access for strollers and wheelchairs. However, part of trail #10 “La Gorge” at Sainte-Beatrix gate has a ramp that provides access to a bridge to see the falls and the canyon.
No reception building in case of rain, except a shelter with roof with picnic tables at the Sainte-Mélanie gate.

Click here to view useful information about trails

Also, you can download ONGADO application (geolocation) before arrinvg in the park (no internet) in order to see in real time where you are, on which trail, number of km, elevation, etc.

Information

Picnic tables
Picnic tables are accessible within walking distance of the gates.
Washrooms
Washrooms are available at each gate.
BBQ facilities at designated locations
Take advantage of designated places to have a BBQ (gaz or charcoa) within walking distance of the 3 doors. BBQ not included. Barrels for disposing of hot ashes.
Dogs are accepted in the park and must be on a leash at all time.
Cost: $5/dog/day

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Activities

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Alerte

Fermeture du Camping pour la saison 2024

Malheureusement, le camping du Parc Régional des Chutes Monte-à-peine et des Dalles ne sera pas ouvert lors de la saison 2024.

Sachez cependant que l’équipe du parc travail sans relâche afin de bonifier notre offre de service et ainsi vous assurer un séjour agréable. Restez à l’affût des nouvelles concernant le parc et une réouverture éventuelle du camping en vous abonnant à notre page Facebook.

Alert

COVID-19.

According to the latest information indicated on the Quebec Government website, COVID-19 Vaccination Passport is not required in the park.

However, don’t forget to bring your own bottle of alcoholic gel and, if you want to use the picnic tables, a disinfectant. Social distancing rules must be respected on the trails.

NOTICE

We also remind you that, for your safety and for the safety of others as well as the conservation of our park, swimming, alcohol, drugs, fires outside the places provided for this purpose as well as glass containers are strictly prohibited. Thank you for your understanding.