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: Due to physical distancing measures, we must limit the number of swimmers at the beach. Please note that hygiene and distancing measures must be followed on site.
Maximum number of swimmers: 1,000
Visitor traffic: High. We estimate that the maximum capacity will be reached around 2 p.m. The access to the beach sector will be closed as soon as the maximum capacity is reached.
Date and time of last update: August 14, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.
Address: 21 115, boulevard Gouin Ouest, H9K 1C7
IMPORTANT NOTE: This data is provided for information purposes only. It does not guarantee access to the beach, as visitor traffic can change quickly. Thank you for your cooperation.