Parc Marie-Claire-Kirkland-Casgrain

Montrealers enjoy a completely refurbished park and a privileged view of the St. Lawrence River, thanks to the construction of a large gazebo.
A leisurely stroll in LaSalle’s Parc Marie-Claire-Kirkland-Casgrain.

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.

This project is receiving financial support from the Ville de Montréal and the LaSalle borough.
Investment by the city: $1.5 million
  • A leisurely stroll in LaSalle’s Parc Marie-Claire-Kirkland-Casgrain .
  • A leisurely stroll in LaSalle’s Parc Marie-Claire-Kirkland-Casgrain .
  • A leisurely stroll in LaSalle’s Parc Marie-Claire-Kirkland-Casgrain .
Photos : Ville de Montréal