Here are 5 suggestions for activities that will help you enjoy winter in the Saint-Hyacinthe region. Put on your tuque and mittens and have fun with the family or friends!
Les Salines Park
A wide range of activities on the same site: tubing, skating, snowshoeing, skiing and hiking. The park, located in Saint-Hyacinthe, is accessible day and night (lighted trails). The chalet, in addition to being a great place to take a break, offers equipment rentals.
Keep an eye out for the Saint-Hyacinthe en Blanc on February 1st- 2nd, 2020.
Consult opening hours and conditions here.(French only.)
Put on your skates and enjoy the enchanting decor of the Casimir-Dessaulles Park (250-metre-long skating path) in the heart of Saint-Hyacinthe.
Open every day from 11 am to 9 pm. Heated changing room.
Consult conditions here. (French only.)
Boisé des Douze Natural Reserve
This reserve brings together a diversity of habitats and attracts different fauna including many bird species.
Six descents with stairs facilitate access to the different observation areas near the creek.
For a few minutes of relaxation, sit on large rocks or tree trunks dispersed along the paths.
Discovery activities are offered, consult the programming guide. (French only.)
March Break Activity Days at Chouette à voir!
During the spring school break in March, bring the family to Chouette à Voir! It is a great opportunity to have access to the rehabilitation site during wintertime. Stroll along the forest paths to find presentation aviaries housing our ambassador birds of prey, visit the rehabilitation complex. Bring along your snowshoes or a toboggan to enjoy the snow.
On both Saturday evenings, join us on a nocturnal safari accompanied by night owls! Enjoy the cool evening air while listening for the calls of the wild, and then warm yourself by the fire. Dress for the chill, a small flashlight might be a fun addition.
Take a walk on des Cascades Street in the heart of Saint-Hyacinthe’s downtown with its many specialised and gourmet shops!
Make sure to stop at the 1555 Marché public or take a break in one of the cozy coffee shops or tea boutiques.
Discover the unique architecture of the Victorian-style houses on Girouard Street.