On Ile Perrot, this large park's name comes from the 18th century windmill on the point. Wide open spaces, a view of the lake, hiking trails and working windmill provide enjoyment; located juste 20 minutes from the West Island.
In Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue (corner Chemin Ste-Marie and Pins) is a nature reserve in the western part of the city. Enjoy the trails and woodland. Membership and information is available by calling 398.7811.
This interpretation centre presents the main phases of the canal's construction and history. Eco-Museum, an outdoor museum located in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue (Chemin Ste-Marie), is set up as a wildlife reserve and viewing area.