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Summer activities

Activities in the boroughs

External swimming pool. The city is full of activities for everyone all summer long.

Visit your borough’s site to find out about activities near you.


You can play baseball and softball in several parks.
See the list of parks (in French)



Biking along Montréal's waterfront
Cycling along Montréal shorelines and water courses.

Self-service bike network. Practical, eco-responsible and easy to use!

TAZ is the best place BMX all year long, indoors and outdoors.

Network of bike paths (in French)
Montrealers love travelling around on two wheels!


Guided tour of Rivière des Prairies. 
Visit (in French)


Howard Park, in Villeray—Saint-Michel—Parc-Extension, has cricket training facilities.
Borough's website (in French)


Ride. Walk. Fun! (in French)


Initiation to fishing in eastern Montréal. 
Visit (in French)


Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie has a nine-hole golf course.
Municipal golf course (in French)


You can hike along several kilometres of paths and trails in Montréal’s large parks.
Hiking in the large parks

Hiking along Montréal shorelines and water courses.


On the Greater Montréal Blue Route, you can travel he Montréal archipelago in a kayak or canoe and discover the urban character of the island as well as the stunning beauty of its natural spaces.
Route bleue du Grand Montréal (in French)

Kayaking under the stars on Rivière des Prairies
Visit (in French)

Initiation to kayaking as part of Verdun Triathlon celebrations

Montréal Eau Vive Festival


Introduction to sailing, rowing.
Visit (in French)

Skateboarding and inline skating

TAZ and some parks in the boroughs offer facilities for skateboarding and inline skating.
Visit the skate parks page.


It is possible to practice soccer in several parks.
See a list of soccer fields (in French)

For schedules of events, see:


Swimming pools, wading pools and play fountains
Find out where municipal aquatic facilities are located.

Bois-de-l’Île-Bizard Beach (in French)
Small natural sandy beach located in the enchanting setting of a small bay of Lake of Two Mountains.

Cap-Saint-Jacques Beach (in French)
Enjoy a natural sand beach situated in a bay surrounded by a rich natural environment.

Clock Tower Beach
The Old Port of Montréal's urban beach offers a vacation atmosphere with its fine sand, chairs, parasols and refreshing mist.

Jean Drapeau Beach
A beach located just five minutes from downtown Montréal!


Rowing is one of the oldest Olympic disciplines in modern times.
Montréal Rowing Club
Visit the Lachine borough's Web site


Outdoor municipal tennis courts and information about indoor courts at the tennis centre in Jarry Park.
See a list of tennis courts (in French)

Tennis on the Esplanade of the Olympic Park (Tennis Montréal)
See summer programming

See also

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