Saint-Ours Canal National Historic Site
The Saint-Ours canal is a place of relaxation and a resort that offers an exceptional setting as well as magnificent views of the Richelieu River. Recreational boaters, strollers and oTENTik campers flock to the site each year to take advantage of this unique setting.
Treat yourself to an oTENTik gateway!
Combine comfort and outdoors and come to live the oTENTik experience.
Organizing an event
Guide and forms for holding an event or an activity.
Ticks and Lyme disease
Recognize the signs of Lyme disease.
Visiting Saint-Ours Canal National Historic Site
Activities and experiences
Find activities for everyone at the Saint-Ours Canal: family picnics, cycling along the Richelieu River or spending the night in an oTENTik.
Plan your visit
How to get there, fees, hours of operation, passes, permits, guidelines and more.
Lockage and navigation
Information on navigation and lockage: routes, night mooring and much more.
A perfect mix between a tent and a rustic cottage, the oTENTik offers cozy beds and basic equipment. The joys of camping in all its simplicity!
About Saint-Ours Canal National Historic Site
Culture and history
History, archeology, cultural landscape, architecture, historic engineering.
Nature and science
Conservation and science, animals, plants, the environment, and research.
Stewardship and management
Jobs, communications, partners, occupancy permits, public consultations, plans and policies and more!
Contact Saint-Ours Canal National Historic Site
514-283-6054 or 1-888-773-8888 email@example.com
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