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What nature park prohibits dogs?? This one does. You need to apply for special permit for your dog for an evaluation cost $45 and there's another fee of $75 per dog. Then there's an interview with the dogs. Talk about OTT!
I'm never going back...More
Are you looking for some peace? A place to decompress? Take a deep deep green forest bathe in the Morgan Arboretum. What I mean by a Forest Bath is ... let the forest wash away your stress. Its a quiet place. The paths are well...More
I just purchased my annual pass and I'm happy to report that my first two visits lasted 3 hours each. Flora and fauna never disappoints. This is my escape from urban life and walking the trails is therapeutic. Children and dogs are welcome here. You...More
A beautiful and serene nature reserve in the West Island of Montreal. It's a bit far from downtown if you are visiting from out of town, but well worth the drive. Afterwards have dinner at the Willow in Hudson.
We walk here in Spring and Fall and we cross country ski here in winter. The trails are lovely, they go through the woods so you are sheltered if it is windy. Being in the woods on a winter day is a very special experience....More
If you like walking in nature, this is a good place to go. It is a private place away from the crowded city's. It has 5 summer trails and 2 winter trails, varying from 1,3 to 5,8 km.
Admission fee is 7 dollar for adults,...More