Would you like to bring your grill to the park and have a cookout? Find out everything you need to know about having a BBQ in Montréal parks.
Using your own grill
Some parks allow you to bring your own grill, and others don’t. Rules depend on the park and the type of fuel used.
Nature parks and large parks
You can use your own butane or propane gas grills in the picnic area of the following large parks, where signage authorizes it:
Don’t leave gas or propane cans at the park — not even in a trash can. Instead, take your gas or propane cans home with you and dispose of them at the next hazardous household waste collection.
Charcoal grills are allowed in the picnic areas with ash cans in these parks:
Use ash cans and do not put your charcoal ashes on the ground or in a trash can.
This type of grill, which is attached to the ground, can be used if you don’t have your own grill. You can find them in these parks:
Due to the coronavirus, some public grills may not be accessible.
Bring your own charcoal. Don’t use twigs or branches to light your fire, as this may damage the grill.
Each borough decides if residents can bring their own grills to parks.
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