To promote a healthy co-existence between the natural areas and the activities conducted at Parc Jean-Drapeau, the Parc urges users to respect the seven outdoor ethics principles recommended by Leave No Trace Canada.
Plan your activities by checking the Parc's various platforms and using an active or public mode of transportation.
During your travels and activities, use the trails that have been laid out and help in preserving Parc Jean-Drapeau's ecosystems.
Minimize your ecological footprint while you are here: use a reusable water bottle, use recyclable bags and bring your compostable matter back with you.
To sustain the longevity of natural areas, the heritage and the various facilities of the Parc, please limit the things you do and make sure you leave the areas as you found them.
In an effort to protect the natural areas and reduce the ecological impact, campfires are prohibited at Parc Jean-Drapeau, as they are everywhere else in Montréal.
To avoid disrupting the behaviour and habitat of wildlife at the Parc, please limit your interaction and just observe from a distance.
Everyone wants to have a good time and a pleasant experience, so please respect the areas you visit, other people, and be courteous.
To obtain more details or for any request for information, do not hesitate to contact us.