Parc national du Mont Saint-Bruno is truly a forested haven located in the midst of an urban and farming environment. This exceptional protected area boasts unique geological features and a broad spectrum of fauna and flora.
Of the nine Montérégie hills, Mont Saint-Bruno is the one with the most developed network of lakes and streams. The landscape, dotted with lakes, along with the many babbling brooks, are sure to astound and enchant you.
Parc national du Mont Saint-Bruno has a rich human history spanning 300 years. The territory shows many traces of the foremost periods: the era of the Montarville Seigneurie, the vacation resort era, and the era of the Congregation of the Brothers of Saint Gabriel.