The Zizanie-des-Marais walk on the suspension bridge is special.
More than half of Quebec’s indigenous mammal species live here. One can see moose, muskrats (I saw one swimming towards its underwater shore home while I was canoeing), smoky shrew and the southern flying squirrel and groundhogs, even coyotes, wolves and lots of beavers. Keep your eye out for amphibians.
Visitors can discover that there is more than what meets your eye: the secret lies in its past through archaeology and historical ownership and use.
I shared the enjoyment of this park with the Montreal Adventures and Active Meetup group, some of whom took the photos appearing in this article.
A special thank you to professional photographer, Cindy Thomas. The majority of the photos were taken by her.