Fort Chambly National Historic Site of Canada is part of the Monteregie touristic region. The fort overlooks the left bank of the Richelieu River. Drawing its source from Lake Champlain, the river flows to the north for over 100 km as far as the St. Lawrence River, downstream from Montreal. It is one of the largest navigable waterways in North America. Discover the natural heritage at Fort Chambly.
© National Archives of Canada / William Henry Bartlett / C-002325
Fort Chambly has been a part of Canada's national heritage for a long time. Discover its history through Short History Lesson about Fort Chambly.