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Jaroslaw C wrote a review Sep. 2020
Montreal, Canada38 contributions22 helpful votes
View of the river. Local small beach and woods on the side. Good for walking and relaxing. Free parking on the site.
Date of experience: August 2020
Gary S wrote a review Oct. 2019
Bloomfield, New Jersey, United States26 contributions7 helpful votes
It was just lovely to walk out there and sit in the absolute silence and take it all in. Someday we will return and take it in again.
Date of experience: October 2019
Curlygirl64 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Salt Spring Island, Canada118 contributions29 helpful votes
I’m not sure how to describe our walk to the Quai but.... walk through town, past an old hospital?, across a field, past a cemetery, through the forest and viola arrive at the Quai. As you can tell we took the scenic route and it was worth it... then we returned to our b n b along the boring road way :) Be adventuresome! …
Date of experience: September 2019
JLC-mtl2015 wrote a review Sep. 2019
Montreal, Canada372 contributions148 helpful votes
At the end of rue St-Anne you get to a parking space. From there, you can find a sandy beach, playground, kayak rental, boardwalk, a dock and waking trail. Very quiet. We were there at sunset. Not much going on. Only a few people to take it easy at the end of the day.
Date of experience: June 2019
OnAir811592 wrote a review Oct. 2018
2 contributions2 helpful votes
Positive: - Nice, wide, clean, natural path - Easy to find - Really not busy - A short walk that can be extended a bit through fields and a small patch of trees/forest - Ending by the Magnificiently beautiful St-Lawrence - gorgeoous! - Can walk out onto the dock made of rocks, not old rusty metal - Plenty of birds - View is awesome! Negative: - Signage when you get to the fork is not clear... You can go left, straight or right... Right is an extension that walks you around the forest to the shore, but you can take a left at some point into the forest through paths that give you the impression you're lost, but really its small and all paths lead to the shore... Straight is for the nun's cemetary, if you like that kind of thing, and left is a short way to the dock. - Not anything else negative really... Except you need to walk there and walk back, 2 to 4 kilometers, about an hour. …
Date of experience: October 2018