Île des Moulins

866 rue St-Pierre
Terrebonne, QC J6W 1E5- Map It
(450) 471-0619

AAA Editor Notes

Île des Moulins (Mill Island) is in the Mille Îles River off Hwy. 25N exit 22E, then 2 km (1.6 mi.) following signs. An 1803 bakery, a 1725 wood mill, a 1721 flour mill, an 1850 office and a carding mill built about 1850 grace the island, which also is a popular recreation center. Various walking tours, including several guided tours recounting the development of the site, are available. Free outdoor concerts, interactive historical presentations, exhibits and a pontoon boat tour also are offered. Tour narration in English is available by reservation. Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.
Access to all exhibitions, guided walking tour or pontoon boat tour $10; $5 (ages 0-5); $23 (family, two adults and children); free (Wed. 6-9 p.m.). A variety of combination tickets and packages are available.
Hours: Island accessible Wed.-Sun. 10-6 (also Wed. 6-8 p.m.), late June-Labour Day. Interpretation center open Wed.-Sun. 1-6 (also Wed. 6-8 p.m.), late June-Labour Day. Guided site tours are given Wed.-Sun. Pontoon boat tours depart every 30 minutes Wed.-Sun. 1-9, late June-late Aug.