Difficulty Easy
Distance 10 KM
Animal Dog allowed




The Angrignon Park , with an area of 97 hectares, is a large park in Montreal


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Access fee Free
Monday: 6:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Tuesday: 6:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Wednesday: 6:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Thursday: 6:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Friday: 6:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Saturday: 6:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: 6:00 AM – 12:00 AM
45.4445195 -73.601732

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Rating and comments

Jennifer Anderson
Jennifer Anderson
The park is very nice. It was overcrowded from the perspective of someone who lives in a small town. While BBQ parties are fun, 6 or 7 BBQ get together within 70 meters is past my sense of visiting nature. I would recommenced visiting between Tuesday and Friday.
Brian Lawson
Brian Lawson
This is a forest-style park with a nice architecture within the city of Montreal at the west end of green line of the metro, and terminal of many bus lines. It’s a cool place for having a weekend picnic by metro/public transit! It has an artificial lake (with fish, ducks, etc.) and some sport fields, including a dog park! Some are not accessible!
Robby Janda
Robby Janda
Nice park with lots of trees, but only male bathroom and no hand soap. Many picnic tables have been damaged from barbecues. Barbecue we had didn't open in order to place charcoal inside.
Edward Williams
Edward Williams
There are not a lot of structures and other gimmicks for attention , but it has a perfect ambience for meditation, yoga and to spend a peaceful day in summer. Lovely woods lakes and natural flora and fauna. Go there, take a long breath of clean air, just stay calm and relaxed.
Charles Dodson
Charles Dodson
A wonderful journey into nature, right in the middle of our beautiful city ! Strolling through the numerous paths, enjoying the view, the astonishing greenery, the breeze, the peaceful silence mixed with families sounds and laughter, even hearing opera singers sharing their divine talent on a Sunday. It was/is all there, for our enjoyment, yet we often ignore these gifts, choosing social media or shopping malls. (not that there's anything terribly wrong with that...) Angrignon Park is just a lovelier option, a moment to cherish, remember, and share. You will not regret the detour, plus it's free: bring a picnic basket, a banket to lie under the weeping willow by the water, and I promise that you will, just like we did, find yourself truly smiling, breathing again, grateful to be alive. Someone is surely taking care of one of my new favorite spots: so THANK YOU to those City of Montreal workers!

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