5 family activities accessible with exo

Friday, January 12 2024

5 family activities accessible with exo

Want to spend your energy, not your money? We understand! Here are five family activities you can enjoy near a station or bus stop.

1. Winter magic in the heart of Montréal

Once again, the Quartier des Spectacles is celebrating the winter and providing us with a healthy dose of light therapy thanks to its luminous interactive artworks. And for those who want to get active to warm up, bring your skates and take advantage of the big rink on the esplanade.

To get there:  Lucien L’Allier Station or Mansfield Terminal.

Address

1442 Rue Clark
Montréal, QC H2X 1Z7

2. Centre de la nature in Laval

The Centre de la nature is chock-full of activities! Whether skating on the lake, tubing or cross-country skiing, or hiking on the numerous enchanting trails, there’s something for the whole family!

To get there:  From De la Concorde Station, take bus line 42 (STL) and walk 10 minutes.

Address

901 Ave. Du Parc
Laval, QC H7E 2T7 

3. Hike the trails of the peninsula

With trails from 3 to 6.2 km, lovers of hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing will be in paradise! Plus, leashed dogs are allowed on the trails, so every family member, even the most furry, is welcome.

To get there: Bus line 9 from Repentigny Terminal.

Address

2001 Rue Jean Pierre
Le Gardeur, QC J5Z 0C3

4. The ice ring in Saint-Constant

The ice ring at the Pavillon de la biodiversité is a magical place where visitors of all ages can enjoy a skate in a beautiful setting.

To get there:  Sainte-Catherine Station.

Address

66, Rue du Maçon
Saint-Constant, QC J5A 1T1

5. Skating at Parc Ducharme

Located on the South Shore of Montréal, Parc Ducharme in Sainte-Thérèse has a big, illuminated skating loop that’s approximately 1.4 kilometres long. You can also play a game of hockey if you wish. Be sure to bring along your helmet to take part.

To get there:  Sainte-Thérèse Station and bus line 9.

Address

Blvd. Ducharme
Sainte-Thérèse, QC J7E 5R4

Remember to use the Chrono app or our planning tool to plan your trips.

Trains on the Vaudreuil/Hudson line will run on a Sunday schedule on Quebec's National Holiday and on Canada Day, June 24 and July 1st, 2024.