National parks and reserves
Cadieux Park owes its name to Jean Cadieux, a ‘‘coureur des bois’’, who was born in Boucherville, on March 1671 and died at L'Île-du-Grand-Calumet in May 1709. His tragic death became legendary thanks to the voyageurs and others who kept his story alive through the centuries until this day.
In the Canada History Book (1954) of Guy Laviolette, starting at page 138 you will see a passage dedicated to the Legend of Cadieux.
The Groupe L'Île-du-Grand-Calumet have given themselves the mission to develop the tourist attractions, culture and heritage of is municipality.
- Assisted wheelchair accessibilty
- Total access for the handicapped
- Accessible by public transport
- Electric charging station
- Restaurant on site
- Free parking
- Paid parking
- Bus parking
- Free WIFI