What to do on the canal and in it's region
You'll be charmed by the history of the site and its location in the heart of the Richelieu. The Saint-Ours Canal is a great place for a stroll, a picnic and for admiring the great views from Darvard Island. In addition to the present-day lock and the interpretation trail, you'll also see the remains of the first lock, the former home of the superintendent, the river dam and the Vianney-Legendre fishway. These attractions will surprise you by their rich history and remarkable ingenuity!
Whether you're going through the lock at picnic time or staying in our oTENTik units, the Friends of the Saint-Ours Canal team will be happy to inform you about the activities to enjoy during your visit. You can enjoy the rural charms of the region while discovering some of its many tourist attractions.