Park

Domaine de la Seigneurie

Saint-Georges • La Beauce
Parc des Sept-Chutes - Passerelle de l'Alliance - 7e chute
Parc des Sept-Chutes - Sentiers pédestres
Parc des Sept-Chutes - Passerelle de l'Alliance - 7e chute
Parc des Sept-Chutes
Beauce Art
Beauce Art
Beauce Art
Beauce Art Saint-Georges
Kayak Saint-Georges
Les sentiers du Domaine de la Seigneurie sont très fréquentés.
piste cyclable Saint-Georges
Passerelle centre-ville
Île Pozer
Passerelle parc des Sept-Chutes
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Domaine de la Seigneurie

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Saint-Georges Québec

418 228-5555 #6790

richard.poulin@saint-georges.ca

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Description

  • Hiking trails : 10 km

  • Cycle path : 20 km

In a few words

Located in an urban area, this 200-acre tourist and recreational site includes three ecological parks, namely Parc de l'Île, Parc intergénérationnel Veilleux and Parc des Sept-Chutes, which are interconnected by hiking trails and bicycle paths. These are accessible by the Sentier des Jarrets Noirs, a 20-km section of the “Route Verte” (cycling route). Parc de l'Île runs along the lake created by the inflatable dam built by the “Rendez-vous à la Rivière” corporation. Two footbridges provide access to this park. Parc Veilleux is a leisure park featuring an inline skating path, a children's playground known as Richelieu Space and a fitness trail for seniors. The park also has gorgeous beds of peonies, lilacs and other perennial flowers. The Parc des Sept-Chutes has picnic tables, swimming area and 8 km of hiking trails, in addition to an exceptional 150-acre urban forest. Boat rentals and a launching ramp are also available on-site during the summer.

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Richard Poulin, Domaine de la Seigneurie

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Articles

Curious Nature The Route de la Beauce in landscape mode

Everyone knows the Beauce. Whether for its legendary population, its singular accent, for its strong entrepreneurial side, its dynamism in the agricultural sector and of course maple syrup (mmmm of good maple syrup). Today, I invite you to discover this beautiful sector of the Chaudière-Appalaches through its landscapes along the brand new Route de la Beauce!

Picnic stops along the Route de la Beauce

Finally, it's decided! You have chosen to travel the 140 km of the Route de la Beauce this summer, to meet the famous Beaucerons while following the curves of the Rivière Chaudière. What you don't know yet is that the landscapes of the Beauceronne valley and the friendly encounters you will make on your way will whet your appetite! Luckily, several stops perfect for picnicking criss-cross your route. Here are a few to discover.