What to do and see in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Canada: The Best Places and Tips

August 30, 2017 Roger Rusk

Salaberry-de-Valleyfield in Canada, from Canada region, is best know for Parks. Discover best things to do in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

1. Parc Regional des Iles-de-Saint-Timothee

240, rue St-Laurent, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec J6S 6B9, Canada +1 450-377-1117
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4.5 based on 29 reviews

Parc Regional des Iles-de-Saint-Timothee

Reviewed By Huguette M - Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Canada

That's a grreat space in middle of Saint-Timothée village (annexed to Salaberry of Valleyfield in january 2006) but older than it.. Witness of Irish Insurrection on 1843 and construction of first Canal de Beauharnois for boats this village has a beach and family activities all around the spring, summer and autumn A rare beach not polluted to receive picnic, family and social activities. Spring is also beautiful with all ducks, birds, squirrels and more and a parking for a hundred car. If no place, village receive the cars and a little deep river is crossed by a walking wood bridge to island access. Big trees and asphalt small road for pedestrians swivel throught the park. Comme and see one time and you'll not forget it for ever

2. Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site

308 A Chemin du Fleuve, Coteau-du-Lac, Quebec J0P 1B0, Canada +1 450-763-5631
Excellent
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4.5 based on 14 reviews

Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site

Reviewed By Jmih - Collingwood, Canada

We stopped for the night at Coteau du Lac en route from Montreal to Toronto and couldn't believe this fort we stumbled upon! There is one remaining tower overlooking the St. Lawrence. The rest of the site is earthen contours and foundational remnants of the old fort. Interspersed throughout the canals and grounds are life-sized figures of people, boats and supplies-all of which give you a real sense of the area's original purpose. One of the better historical monuments I've seen! Congratulations Quebec!

3. Montreal Skeet Club

2070 chemin du Canal, Les Cedres, Quebec J7T 0L9, Canada +1 450-452-2417
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5 based on 1 reviews

Montreal Skeet Club

Montreal Skeet Club is an outdoor clay shooting range. Contact us for your bachelor parties, corporate events, etc.

Reviewed By Green-eyed-77 - Montreal

We went to the Montreal Skeet Club (aka clay shooting like on Duck Hunt) and had a blast.
It’s a little on the pricey side at $125 per person, but that’s the only down side. Trainers are great and Skeet shooting is fun. I was all of our first time shooting live ammo, and they were mostly Beretta Shotguns.
It was so much fun. My hat is off to the trainers and the place as a whole. Not really very kid friendly, but yes for teenagers.

4. Marc Besner Sugar Shack

202 ch. du Ruisseau N, Saint-Clet, Quebec J0P 1S0, Canada 450_456_3753
Excellent
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Marc Besner Sugar Shack

Reviewed By BeeMelissa - Portland, Maine

This is an amazing working sugar shack with a fantastic restaurant. Cabana chic decor and multiple food options along with standard breakfast fare...pancakes, sausages, beans, toast, eggs, etc. The real treat is maple syrup covered snow...freshly made and so delicious. They have live music, so the atmosphere is lively and welcoming. My favorites are the pancakes and bacon...husband loves the eggs and their amazing ham. We both love the maple syrup and the fresh maple syrup on ice/snow. Large restrooms...very clean. A nice little shopping area. A great Acadian experience...lots of fun...great food...and an interesting sugar shack/cabane. By the way, this was our fourth visit.

5. Valspec

169, Rue Champlain, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec J6T 1X6, Canada +1 450-373-5794
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Valspec

Reviewed By 921jenelleb - Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Canada

Les gens ont bien repondu a nos demandes. Ils nous ont trouve de bons billets a de bons endroits. Endroit propre.

6. Club de Golf Riviere-Rouge

169 Route 201, Coteau-du-Lac, Quebec J0P 1B0, Canada +1 450-763-2200
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Club de Golf Riviere-Rouge

Reviewed By Malcolm M - Chateauguay, Quebec

I played this course with a group of friends (aprox 24) on Aug. 29. This is the 3rd year in a row we've played here and the experiance just keeps getting better. The course itself was in perfect shape and the greens were relatively fast. The 9th hole is a killer with an approach shot accross trouble and a green that's inclined towards the front. This is not an easy course and will challenge you with some narrow fairways and tough greens. Fun overall and we'll be back again next year.

7. Parc Delpha-Sauve

rue Victoria, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec J6T 1B8, Canada
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5 based on 16 reviews

Parc Delpha-Sauve

Reviewed By JSaxe86 - Montreal, Canada

My family and I were very happy that we found this place! It’s so fun for the kids and a great time for the adults!
Fully fenced off outdoor pool
Area with picnic tables and umbrellas if your early enough to get them! No need to bring any chairs they have plenty! Just wish they had a snack bar there’s no food to purchase so bring a lunch!
Free for residents and 9$ for a family of four if your not a resident. I wish vaudreuil had a place like this!!
Bring your family especially if you have little ones and you will all have a blast!

8. MUSO - Musee de societe des Deux-Rives

21, rue Dufferin | Coin Dufferin et Grande-Île, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec J6S 1Y1, Canada +1 450-370-4855
Excellent
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

MUSO - Musee de societe des Deux-Rives

Located in the heart of the historic district of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield (corner of Dufferin and Grande-Ile), the MUSO is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm, until September 5th.

Reviewed By André B

Un endroit où vous retrouverez toute l'histoire de la région. Des photos magnifique d'une autre époque, les gens qui on façonné le suroît.

9. Marina de Valleyfield

420, rue Victoria, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec J6T 1B8, Canada +1 450-371-9144
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Marina de Valleyfield

Reviewed By Helena-Francisco - Quebec, Canada

Cette marina est la deuxième plus grande au Québec. Elle offre plus de 400 places à quai avec tous les services (belle terrasse extérieure pour les membres). Elle est située dans une jolie baie qui s'ouvre sur le lac Saint-François.
La piste cyclable et le sentier du Parc Delpha-Sauvé nous permettent d'accéder à la marina à partir d'une passerelle pivotante. Celle-ci permet aux bateaux d'avoir accès au Vieux Canal de Beauharnois (services) au centre-ville. Les plaisanciers doivent débourser un montant ($) pour pouvoir amarrer leurs bateaux pour la nuit au centre-ville. Ceux-ci ont de fait, le privilège et l'avantage d'être au coeur de la ville et de profiter au maximum des activités et des restaurants.
Nous avons pu assister à une manœuvre du déplacement de la passerelle pour laisser passer un yatch.

10. Societe du Vieux Canal de Beauharnois

310 rue Victoria, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec J6T 1B8, Canada +1 450-373-6557
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5 based on 1 reviews

Societe du Vieux Canal de Beauharnois

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