Oka National Park

Oka National Park (Parc national d'Oka) is undoubtedly the main attraction of the town of Oka.

In the park, guests can take the historical path of the Calvaire d’Oka, which presents the station of the cross on which we four oratories and three chapels dating back to 1742 can be seen. On the Grande Baie Trail, hikers climb up the observation tower and cross the floating bridge that goes over the marsh.

In the park, people can practice ski, kayaks, canoes and hybrid and mountain bikes. After nice stroll in the park, guests can even have a nice dinner in the restaurant located inside the centre des services Le Littoral. The B&B Gite sous les Pins is a lovely place.

In summer, the Oxygene camp offers the opportunity to go camping, have a picnic and do water sports. In winter, cross-country skiing paths, a winter campground, the skating rink, the slide and the snowshoeing paths are at your disposal.

The Oka National Park is 55 km northwest of Montreal. To join it, take highway 13 or 15 (the Laurentian Autoroute) north to the 640. Then head west towards St. Eustache and follow the road right into the park.

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