Harwood Nature Park

Harwood Nature Park is a vast and unique green space in Vaudreuil-Dorion. The park comes alive with the seasons to please families and nature lovers alike.

The park is open daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Consult the program and the services offered to citizens: 

Welcome pavilion

Welcome pavilion open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., starting June 4

Refreshments and snacks for sale

Loan of outdoor equipment and games

Dog exercise area

March 22, 2022: The dog exercise area remains open, although the ground is very muddy.

The dog exercise area is a fenced area 7125 m2 (76692.9 ft2 ) and located in the western portion of the park, behind the reception building.

Dog Trails

  • Dogs on leash are ONLY allowed on the marked walking trail. It is important to respect the signs and keep a distance between walkers.
  • Owners are responsible for picking up after their dogs and disposing of them properly.
  • The City reserves the right to close the trails in the event of non-compliance. Thank you for your cooperation.

Equipment rental

AS OF JUNE 4

Loan of equipment is free and reserved for residents
Presentation of the citizen card is mandatory when making a reservation.

List of equipment:

  • Game balls
  • Soccer balls
  • Footballs
  • Balls
  • Flying discs
  • Velcro ball games
  • Hi-Li games
  • Ogodisk games
  • Washer games
  • Molkÿ games
  • Spikeball

Information

Location

3900, route Harwood (former Harwood Golf Club)

See the interactive map to view its location.

Trail conditions

To find out if the trails are practicable, consult the status of services section of the citizen portal.

Survey on the service offer at the new Harwood Nature Park

In its aim to identify a long-term plan for the Harwood Nature Park and its service offering, the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion called on its citizens to learn more about their needs related to parks and outdoor activities. An online survey was conducted for this purpose between November 12th and December 6th in which 2,133 people participated. Overall, the responses make it quite clear that the population is looking for a service offering that respects the site’s natural environment.

See the results

Park Rules

  • No alcohol 
  • Dogs on leash are ONLY allowed on the marked walking trail. It is important to respect the signs and keep a distance between walkers.