During the summer season, take a trip on the Baie de Vaudreuil aboard one of the four types of watercraft for hire in Parc de la Maison-Valois: canoes, kayaks, paddle boards and pedal boats.

Boat rental


  1 hour 2 hours
Vaudreuil-Dorion residents $12 $20
Non-residents $20 $30

*Payment methods accepted: cash, debit or credit cards


Reservations can be made on the Voiloka website.

Resident promo code: Resident2024

To contact the rental service: 438 872-4113


  • June 15 to July 20: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • July 21 to August 3: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • August 4 to September 2: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    The booth will be closed on August 29 and 30.


Vaudreuil Bay is a beautiful open bay in the Lake of Two Mountains. Several islands are present near the rental center. Renting a boat gives you access to this bay only. It is not permitted to leave the bay or to sail under the bridges. There is a waterway that crosses the bay and you must be careful when crossing it.

To rent a boat, you will be required to show identification and sign the Acceptance of Risk and Rental Agreement forms. You must also be over 16 years of age (or accompanied by an adult), and be drug and alcohol free.

Floatation jackets, as well as other mandatory safety equipment, are provided. Brief training may be provided at the start if you are unfamiliar with the activity.

It is recommended that you wear waterproof shoes that protect and hold your feet well. Remember to protect yourself from the sun (hat, sunscreen), bring water and a snack, a windbreaker if needed, as well as a waterproof bag to protect your personal belongings (keys, cell phone, snacks, etc.).

Nautical programming

  • Location : parc de la Maison-Valois
  • Limited places
  • Registration required ($10) at voiloka.com

Paddle board

Registration required ($10) at voiloka.com

Guided outings

  • June 17, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
  • July 15, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.


Registration required ($10) at voiloka.com

Sunset outing

  • July 8, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
  • July 22, 7 to 9 p.m.

Access to water

Closing: Mid-October

For small non-motorized boats

  • Maison-Valois Park dock
  • Le 405 park dock
  • Maison Félix-Leclerc dock
  • Esther-Blondin Park dock
  • Launching ramp of the parc-nature de l’Ile-aux-Tourtes (Breslay Street)

Launching ramp for motorized boats

  • Esther-Blondin Park

Free for residents, $20 for non-residents on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
Closed on June 6,7, 8 and 9 (Les Seigneuriales) and June 24 (National Holiday).

See the interactive map for exact park locations.

Watercraft inspection and cleaning station

  • Location: parc de la Maison-Valois

To limit the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) from one body of water to another, residents will be invited to clean their personal watercraft before or after launching. An inspection and cleaning station, equipped with a brush, has been set up for this purpose near the rental container.

Boats on the water are considered "contaminated". In fact, various organisms can get caught on them, as well as on nautical equipment such as life jackets and oars. Once transported, they threaten to contaminate other bodies of water visited.

Steps to clean your boating equipment:

1 - Inspect your equipment and remove any attached organisms.

2 - Drain any water accumulated in the equipment (e.g. boots, nets, coolers) and empty any water that may be on board.

3 - Brush the boat to remove debris and AIS and put them in the trash.

4 - Repeat these steps after each visit.


For more information, contact the Recreation and Culture Department by e-mail or at 450-455-3371, option 4.    

Cancellation Info Line: In case of uncertain weather, call 450 424-8502 to ensure that outdoor activities will be held.