The municipality of Lac-des-Seize-Îles is known for its magnificent bodies of water:
- The lac Wonish
- The lac du Grand Héron
- The Baie des Sœurs
- The lac des Seize Îles
- The lac Laurel
… and a few outdoor activities and attractions:
Lac des Seize-Îles
The lac des Seize-Îles measure six kilometers in length.
Other than nautical sports (canoeing, windsurfing, fishing, etc.), there is the Joseph-Rodgers Park situated on the lakefront.
A WI-FI zone is available in the centre of the village and on the southern dock.
There is an access fee at the lake and you must fill out the Visitor sheet:
Residents can rent a space on the municipal dock for their boat. Just fill out the form (in French):
There is also 58 km biking and hiking trail.
It winds between the Amherst, Huberdeau, Arundel, Montcalm, Lac-des-Seize-Îles, Wentworth-Nord and Morin-Heights villages.
Summer: biking, hiking, observing the fauna and flora, nautical activities, historic trails, local products.
Winter: Cross-country skiing.
La Chapelle biking trail (click map to enlarge)
60 km long paved biking trail for the more experienced riders.
The total drop is of 887 meters.
Free parking is available.
A beach is also available at km 32.5.
It is possible to ride on the ferry of the lac des Seize-Îles (during the warmer season) to shorten the journey.
A 10 km snowmobile trail passes through the municipality on the Seize-Îles and Laurel lakes.
Part of this trail goes through the aerobic corridor along route 364.
Click here to look at the map of the snowmobile trails of the region.