Montreal is the worlds second largest French speaking city, after Paris. The city is built around Mont Royal, where its name came from. Montreal is North America’s number one host city for international events, hosting more than 18,000 foreign students from more than 150 countries each year.
Campgrounds • Places to Eat • Things to Do • Next Stop
- Full hook-ups
- Game room & fitness center
- Heated pool & hot tub.
- Full hookups
- Propane & gas
- Over 170 sites
- Multitude of activities offered.
- Game room and pool.
- Large swimming pool and waterslide
- Restaurant and tiki-bar.
- Heated pool
- Massive playground
- Lots of games!
- Mini Golf
Food and Drink
Montreal has the highest number of restaurants per person in Canada, and the second in North America after New York. Montreal features menus from all over the world, served with a French touch!
Bars, Pubs, and Distilleries
Sir Winston Churchill Pub Complex
Sir Winston Churchill Pub features three floors for three different experiences. They have a heated terrance, and offer a variety of pub, club, sports, or food!
Creativity, authenticity, and hospitality come together inside Atwater Cocktail Club! They are constantly working on creating unique cocktails showcasing fresh ingredients, homemade syrups, and hand picked spirits.
Wine lovers should visit this multi level hotspot, offering more than 300 fine wines! Their selections change every week to showcase their latest arrivals of private imports.
Located just a few steps from Lafontaine Park, Pilot Project houses both a micro-brewery and a micro distillery! Enjoy a wide selection of beers or spirits made on site by master brewers and distillers. A organic and biodynamic wine list, as well as a light menu are also available.
Baked Goods and Cafes
Holy Choco revolves around Chocolate! They blend together a laid-back ambiance with an inviting presence to serve you heavenly premium 100% Belgium chocolate.
Opened in 2021, Zetti’s has already made a name for itself within Montreal. They create delicious artisanal ice creams, milk shakes, and desserts!
This adorable coffee shop serves bright, fresh breakfast dishes, coffees, teas, and an assortment of delicious baked goods!
Here you can find pastries, cakes, jams, spreads, sweets, macaroons, shortbread, and more made with local products that are often bought directly from farmers. Their team of passionate pastry chefs are always growing and evolving by creating new pastries and baking techniques.
Over the course of four decades, L’Express has welcomed legions of tourists in search of authentic French food. Their cellar is filled with over 11,000 bottles of French wines, and their classic appetizers and main courses are faultless!
One of Montreal’s most internationally famous restaurant, with an ever changing menu laden with dishes that focus on top notch Quebec and Canadian produce.
Enjoy a drink or delicious dish while overlooking Old Montreal and the St-Lawrence River from the 8th floor of Hotel William Gray. The terrace includes an awning and heaters, so you can enjoy the beauty of Old Montreal no matter the time of year.
If you are looking for a late night bite, check out Le Chien Fumant! They are usually open much later than typical restaurants, and they even offer a weekend brunch.
Things To Do in Montreal
To avoid the freezing winters and hot humid summer elements, Montreal has built an entire Underground City! Located beneath the heart of the city, it stretches across over 30 kilometers. As the biggest underground pedestrian network in the world, it is certainly a must visit while you are in Montreal.
Visit mtl.org to plan your visit to Montreal!