A region of a thousand faces, Lanaudière is a mix of urban areas and wilderness. Renowned for its wide open spaces and countless waterfalls, lakes and rivers, it is particularly appealing to travellers looking for a resort vacation, recreation and outdoor fun. It also offers a wide range of cultural and culinary attractions.

Diverse nature in an exceptional environment

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Shared between the municipalities of Sainte-Béatrix, Saint-Jean-de-Matha and Sainte-Mélanie, a little over an hour from Montreal, the Parc des Chutes Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles is a magnificent place filled with history. Discover a 21-km network of hiking trails, camping and picnic areas, footbridges, lookouts and a nature interpretation trail. The beauty of the landscape of this park bordered by the L'Assomption River will charm and revitalize you – and it’s pet-friendly!

Outdoor fun for the whole family!

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Located in Sainte-Béatrix, in an exceptional environment, the Havre Familial vacation centre invites you to enjoy nature thanks to vacation packages for all tastes. Some families will want to go canoeing, kayaking, pedal-boating and paddle-boarding, while others will practise hiking or choose the obstacle courses. A mini-golf course and a playground for toddlers are also among the activities offered. Lodging options include cottages, inns or cabins for a memorable stay in the forest!

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