Park Ile de Boucherville

Two islands connected with a bridge, declared as national park, located in the middle of St. Lawrence River, accessible by car or on boat from either Island of Montreal or Longueuil.

How to Get Here

A pity that there is no public bus transportation to the park available. You either go by car or in summer you can use the ferries from either Island Montreal, Bellerive, or Longueuil when you go by bike. I recommend by bike as it allows you then to explore the large islands on the large network of bike roads.

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About Location

This park is located in Boucherville, Quebec, Canada

Boucherville is a small town North of Longueuil, located on the shores of Lawrence River. A ferry leaves from Boucherville and crosses the river to the National Park of Boucherville Island. Boucherville has about 50’000 habitants. It is considered a suburban area for Longueuil and Montreal.