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The Chute-à-Bull Regional Park is located about an hour's drive north of Montreal. It offers visitors a multitude of hiking and biking trails that wind through lush forest and green fields. Nature lovers will find abundant and diverse wildlife, as well as beautiful waterfalls.
To get to the trails of the Chute-à-Bull Regional Park, you must go to Saint-Donat. From there, take Route 158 East and head towards the village of Saint-Zénon. After passing through the village, turn left onto Route 323 South and head towards the Chute-à-Bull Regional Park.
The Parc régional de la Chute-à-Bull is located in the Lanaudière region, about an hour from Montreal. This park is an ideal place for nature and outdoor enthusiasts. It features a spectacular waterfall, as well as a multitude of outdoor activities, including hiking, mountain biking and canoeing.
The Chute-à-Bull Regional Park is located near the cities of Joliette and Saint-Charles-Borromée. It is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and offers a multitude of activities not to be missed, such as hiking and cycling, canoeing and kayaking on the L'Assomption River, fishing and swimming.
The closest campground to bull fall is the Lac Taureau campground located about 10 minutes away by car. Other nearby campgrounds include Lac à l'Épaule Campground and Lac à l'Ours Campground.