Summer Fun

Inclusive playground in Beaconsfield offers ways for every child to play

The all-inclusive playground at Heights Park in Beaconsfield has become a community gathering space for children and residents of all ages and abilities.

Bromont beckons families this summer

This Eastern Townships borough has new trails for hiking, a water park pass that includes free access to an aerial course and mountain biking lessons for kids

Jean-Doré beach set to open

Many families will be pleased to know that the city is opening up another spot where they can beat the summer heat

Passport is gateway to city attractions

Tourism Montreal is offering families a chance to visit the city's cultural centres and try out various attractions that have recently reopened

Incentives for families to holiday at home

As more Quebecers plan staycations this summer, families can take advantage of an annual National Parks card

Young kids can learn gymnastics in a park

A local company is offering workshops in parks around Montreal to get kids moving outdoors

15 ways to keep kids cool this summer

From babies to older kids, discover some fun ways to beat the heat on sweltering days

Backyard camps are a new trend

With COVID-19, some companies are offering new programs that include social-distancing activities for small groups of kids

The Botanical Gardens set to reopen

As of June 15, the outdoor gardens will reopen and access will be free for kids 17 and younger until August 31.

Day camps that are going virtual

Although day camps have been given the green light to open, many directors have decided to offer online programs instead of traditional, in-person camps this summer

Montreal opens up certain sporting and leisure spaces

Montrealers can once again enjoy cycling on Île Notre-Dame, playing tennis, and running on outdoor tracks

A new trail to discover at at Parc Jean-Drapeau

Along the path, visitors can take in a variety of attractions including sculptures, gardens, historic buildings and more