Whether you want to participate in a particular recreational activity or just get some fresh air, you’ll find more than 30 parks and green spaces along with a vast network of quality bike paths in Saint-Lambert.
Saint-Lambert has 12 parks equipped with recreational facilities, including three that have an outdoor pool. There are also a number of smaller, ornamental parks with relaxation areas where you can have a picnic or just soak up some sun. Finally, dog owners can enjoy a good romp with their pets at the dog run.
To know the location of all the city parks, refer to the Map.
The dog run is located at Seaway Park on Riverside Drive. This is an area where dogs can run free and play to their hearts’ content in pleasant and safe surroundings. To know more about the procedures for using the dog run, please consult the Dog run section.
Rules of the use of parks
- Parks are closed to the public between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m., except during specially authorized events.
- It is forbidden to use the playground equipment or the play areas for any other purpose than what they were designed for.
- It is forbidden to ride a bicycle, skateboard, or other vehicle anywhere other than on the pathways for this purpose.
- It is strictly forbidden to consume, distribute or sell alcoholic beverages or cannabis in city parks.
- If you come to watch a sports match or cultural event and you bring your dog, you must keep it on a leash at all times.
We also remind you that you must pick up your garbage after attending a sports event or taking a stroll in the park so that the grounds are clean and welcoming for everyone.
There is a network of bike paths for cycling and inline skating. A bike path runs through Seaway Park, linking the cities of Brossard and Longueuil.
Across from Rivermere Avenue, on Riverside Drive, an overpass provides access to Parc Jean-Drapeau every day from April 15 to November 15 (dates subject to change depending on the weather), between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Please note the bike link is not accessible when a ship is passing through the Saint-Lambert locks.
Find out more about the opening of the overpass on the Parc Jean-Drapeau website.
Saint-Lambert has a community garden at Lespérance Park. It consists of 68 small plots for those wishing to grow flowers and vegetables. Rental fee is $34 for the year
Among the benefits offered by a community garden is the opportunity to meet other people who share a passion for gardening, and to exchange tips and ideas. As an added bonus, gardening is a proven stress-buster!
If you are interested, you should contact the Recreation, Sports and Community Services Office to put your name on the waiting list: 450 466-3890 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reservation and renting of facilities
You can reserve and rent some park facilities. Consult the schedule of rates in the Facility rentals section.