Simon Laroche Photographie


Guided tours
Free activity
Paid activity
Picnic area
Free Wifi access

For two centuries, Île-des-Moulins was at the centre of the development of one of the largest seigneuries in Quebec’s history. Today, five restored historical buildings bear witness to the economic vitality of the Terrebonne seigneury and the accomplishments of its seigneurs and landholders. The mills of Terrebonne, in operation from 1721 to 1940, still stand proudly on the beautiful Île-des-Moulins site.



  • Schedule: Building and pontoon boat, June 23 to September 7, 2020, Wednesday to Sunday.
  • Operation period: Year-round


  • Rates: Free access to site. Tour packages vary from $4 to $10.

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History and nature phenomenon together

review written on Aug 23, 2019

What a beautiful place to walk, think, learn and enjoy at any time of the day. Natural beauty, tranquility, history... everything makes your day different. Please come and enjoy. There are lots of...

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Just exceptional

review written on May 27, 2019

What an incredible visit. Very serene park with beautiful views. Nice lake, plenty of trails for walking/biking, and places to BBQ

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Nice and calm place

review written on Aug 1, 2018

Its a historical place, very interesting so far. The idea is enjoy the view listen the river running. It's free and dog's are allowed around all the place.

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925, place Ile-des-Moulins
Terrebonne, QC J6W 1E5
450 492-5514

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