Due to COVID-19, the welcome centre and sugar shack are closed until further notice. The nature park remains open, as well as the sanitary services.
Situated on a peninsula alongside a sandy bay surrounded by trees, Parc-nature du Cap-Saint-Jacques is one of Montréal’s biggest parks. It is home to a sugar shack, two heated chalets and an organic farm, among other things. You can indulge in many activities there throughout the year: swimming, cycling, snowshoeing, sledding, hiking and cross-country skiing. Outdoor aficionados will appreciate the on-site equipment rental service. As you traverse the park, keep an eye out for its historic buildings: the Thomas-Brunet house and Château Gohier.
Parc-nature du Cap-Saint-Jacques beach
*COVID-19: Hygiene and distancing measures must be followed on site.
End of season: The beach is now closed.
Date and time of last update: September 8, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.
Address: 21 115, boulevard Gouin Ouest, H9K 1C7