Parks and Recreational Facilities

Two parks with recreational facilities are available to the citizens and visitors of Mille-Isles;  Hammond-Rodgers Park, located at 1295 Mille-Isles Road, as well as the children’s playground located at the corner of Black Road and Mille-Isles Road.

Following recent announcements by the Government of Quebec, the Municipality reopened the modules and playgrounds of its parks last June. Please note that the play structures cannot be disinfected and we invite users to respect the sanitary measures in force.

Basketball court

Whether you want to play a team game or simply practice your basketball shot, there is an outdoor basketball court at Hammond-Rodgers Park.

Croque-livres

The Municipality of Mille-Isles provides the population with four (4) croque-livres on its territory. The Croque-Livre Initiative is a network of book-sharing boxes and its operation is under the principle of «take a book and give a book».

These book boxes are located:

  • at Hammond-Rodgers Park;
  • at Lake Massie ;
  • at Lake Daïnava;
  • at the intersection of Koninck Road and Tamaracouta Road.

Modules and playgrounds

The Municipality has two playgrounds established in the village hamlet. The toddler’s park is located at the corner of Black Road and Mille-Isles Road, while the play module for 5 to 12 years old is located at Hammond-Rodgers Park.

Outdoor training

During the summer, the Municipality and its partners offer cardio and weight training sessions at Hammond-Rodgers Park.

Outdoor rink

The municipality has a large skating rink at Hammond-Rodgers Park. Every winter, skating and ice hockey enthusiasts can take advantage of this facility. In addition, a heated building is available for everyone to put on their skates in comfort!

The outdoor skating rink is scheduled to open as soon as conditions permit. For opening hours, please consult the schedule effective.

The outdoor rink is now closed for the 2021 season.

Walking trail with exercise stations

A wilderness walking trail of almost one kilometre is available at Hammond-Rodgers Park. In addition, this trail is lined with exercise stations which, when the season permits, offer you the opportunity to train for free.