Société du parc Jean-Drapeau


June 14 to September 1st, 2014


Picture a beach located just five minutes from downtown. Imagine the great feeling of a refreshing dip. Yes, this tiny corner of paradise exists at Parc Jean-Drapeau, the ideal spot to lounge in the sun or take part in nautical activities, beach volleyball or open-water swimming with family and friends.

Once you're at the Beach, you can rent a pedal-boat, kayak or a canoe for a leisurely outing on the water.


Changing room and lockers, snack bar. People are advised to bring a lock.


For further information, please contact us by calling
514 872-2323 or by email at

Courses offered at the Beach

Stand up paddleboard yoga and fitness classes (SUP)


  • A proper bathing suit must be worn.
  • Babies must wear a swim diaper.
  • Only alcohol drinks sold in the confines of the beach are allowed.
  • Smoking within the confines of the Beach is prohibited. Smoking areas are accessible at the food concession and on the gallery of the chalet.
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Anyone not complying with the regulations is subject to a warning. The Société du parc Jean-Drapeau reserves the right to eject anyone that does not obey the rules or warnings. The Société du parc Jean-Drapeau is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.

Accompanying children

In the swimming area, children under the age of 8 must be accompanied and watched at all times by a person aged 16 or over.The wearing of a swim suit is mandatory for the person accompanying the child, and this person must stay close to the child at all times.

0 to 24 months 1 adult/1 child
25 months to 7 years 1 adult/3 children
Person with handicap 1 adult/1 person with handicap

Wearing proper swimwear: a matter of safety and hygiene

According to the Lifesaving Society, certain types of clothing pose a risk of drowning, mainly because of their weight when wet. Thus, wearing proper swimwear is mandatory at the pool or at the Parc Jean-Drapeau Beach. This suitable clothing, usually a bathing suit, is made of lycra or spandex that fits tightly on the body to allow for free movement and proper floatability. It does not pose any safety constraints, does not endanger the health of users and does not affect the quality of swimming water. The swimwear is appropriate and reserved solely for swimming.

There are alternatives for users who for personal reasons cannot expose a part of their body. The burkini and rashguard are permissible because they enable the user to freely use the hands and feet, the neck and face are uncovered and the fabric is close to the body so that movement is unaffected.

Loose-fitting clothing or clothing made of absorbent fabrics or clothing that isn't adjusted to the body are not permitted.

Important notice

Attention to all!

From July 25th to August 10th 2014, swimming at Parc Jean-Drapeau's Aquatic Complex will be canceled because of the 15th FINA World Masters Championships. For holders of a season pass at the Aquatic Complex, the pass will be valid at the Beach during those dates. Thank you for your understanding.

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