Canal de Soulanges
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Canal de Soulanges


Regional park driven by history

Stretching on 23.5 km, the Soulanges Canal is an old waterway that connects the municipalities of Pointe-des-Cascades, Les Cedres, Coteau-du-Lac and Les Coteaux. Inaugurated in 1899 and closed to navigation in 1959, the Soulanges Canal is considered a major heritage in Vaudreuil-Soulanges.

To experience the best of the canal, visitors can ride on the Soulanges bike path, which follows the canal along its length and continues in the towns of Saint-Zotique and Rivière-Beaudette.

Among the major points of interest on the shores of the canal are the Parc des ancres de Pointe-des-Cascades, the former Les Cèdres hydroelectric power station – le Petit pouvoir and the Thomas-Monro / Louis-Stanislas-Pariseau Park.

Find more details on the activities on Web Site : Canal de Soulanges.

The main accesses are via the following parking lots:

  • Pointe-des-Cascades (67 chemin du Fleuve, in front of the church)
  • Les Cèdres (on Saint-Féréol, immediately north of the intersection with Route 338)
  • Coteau-du-Lac (20, rue Principale)
  • Les Coteaux (in front of the intermunicipal swimming pool located at 51, chemin du Fleuve)

Contact information

Many points of access through the park (see in description)
Pointe-des-Cascades (Quebec) 
1 855 424-6654

Opening period

Year round

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