Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal National Historic Site
At the western end of the Island of Montreal, the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal connects the Saint-Louis Lake to the Deux-Montagnes Lake and offers a warm atmosphere with its great wooden boardwalk known for its good restaurants. Filled with 150 years of history, this canal offers low-cost mooring.
Please consult the fees page.
Access to toilets (access code required; consult the lock operators)
Restaurants, bars, groceries, Sainte-Anne Market, programming of events on Sainte-Anne Street, waterfront circuit, nautical activities, Morgan Arboretum, Zoo Ecomuseum, Canadian Aviation Heritage Centre and more.
Advantages of overnight mooring
- Save time by being the first ones to lock through
- Enjoy a unique low-cost experience
- Access to bathrooms (Check with the lock operators)
- Captivating stop in your journey
- Unlimited access to surrounding attractions and services
First come, first served!
On Quebec canals, contact the lock operators through VHF-canal 68 during operating hours.
Consult the seasonal lockage and mooring permits section for a complete listing of standard rates and package deals.
For more information about the location and specifics of mooring docks on each of Parks Canada’s waterways, visit the overnight mooring section of the Historic Canals of Canada's website.
Lock of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal National Historic Site
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