Sports enthusiasts will be in their glory on the weekend, thanks to a program that’s been specially designed for their interests. On June 15-16, two “discovery” type of activities will be offered, enabling you to come and fully enjoy the Parc’s outstanding facilities, in a charming and natural setting.
Open house at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve | June 15
Cyclists, skaters, roller-skiers and triathletes are invited to indulge in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve this Saturday, as the race track will be totally closed off to vehicular traffic and exclusively reserved for use by sports enthusiasts. Since the track is well regarded for its smooth asphalt and high quality surface, this is an ideal opportunity for cyclists to ride safely and stress-free on the track, without having to worry about competing against a stopwatch.
Introduction to open water swimming | June 16
On Sunday, swimmers are invited to come and try out the 300-metre open water swimming course that has been set up in the heart of Jean-Dore Beach. For this special day, which will have professionals on hand to provide support, the three lanes set up will be freely accessible to participants.
The activity, which will take place on the beach’s lake, is recommended for swimmers who are comfortable in deep water. To fully enjoy the experience, you are advised to bring an open water swimming buoy and a wetsuit.
Make it a date to head to Parc Jean-Drapeau, Montreal’s biggest playground!
About Parc Jean-Drapeau
Just steps from home, Parc Jean Drapeau offers a wide array of recreation-tourist attractions that make it a unique place in Canada. Easily accessible by subway, use of public transportation to get to the Parc is highly recommended to enhance your overall experience at the Parc