Marie-Claire-Kirkland-Casgrain Park is a welcoming and spectacular place to take a break on a bike ride or to admire the magnificent panorama of the St. Lawrence River and its banks. New developments include a boardwalk, a new universally accessible lookout point, relaxation and picnic areas, interpretation panels on the history of the Aqueduct of Montreal and a 50-seat parking lot. The park is crossed by the Route verte du Québec, one of the main bicycle paths in Montreal.
Montrealers enjoy a completely refurbished park and a privileged view of the St. Lawrence River, thanks to the construction of a large gazebo.
This project is receiving financial support from the Ville de Montréal and the LaSalle borough.
Investment by the city: $1.5 million
Photos : Ville de Montréal