Ideally located on a point extending out into the St. Lawrence River, the large Parc de Dieppe offers exceptional views of the Old Port and downtown Montréal. It’s also a magnet for anglers and photographers.
During summer, picnic tables are available so that residents can enjoy time with family and friends. If you’re travelling there by bicycle, check out the original Habitat 67 housing complex, the renowned Montréal landmark built for Expo 67. And if you have time, be sure to stop at the nearby Vague à Guy (Guy’s wave), a natural wave that’s popular with surfers.
- Drinking fountain
- Free parking
- Picnic area