Carillon Canal National Historic Site
Carillon hydroelectric power station
© Parks Canada / Jean Mercier / 2002
The village of Carillon has retained an early 19th century feeling.
Close to the huge lock are the Superintendent's House and Barracks, which is
now a museum. Also worthy for visiting are the many houses of that era that
line the village's main street.
Enjoy a picnic in the charming park by the old lock or relax outdoors. The site is ideal for both pleasure boaters and walkers.
For further information on tourist attractions in the Laurentians area contact:
Association touristique des Laurentides ( ATL )
14 142, rue de la Chapelle
Telephone: 450-436-8532; from Montreal: 514-990-5625