Project carried out in August and September 2020 to create a portrait of the users of the shores of Bellerive Park, their activities, the equipment and sub-areas used, with a view of developing access to water.
Bellerive Park's current water accesses, known as the beaches, form an ecosystem in itself that fulfills its own functions, while being linked to the water of the St. Lawrence River, the wooded shores and the rest of Bellerive Park. Today's informal beaches are definitely an attraction for dog walkers, families and neighbourhood residents. People come here to have contact with nature, to contemplate the water alone or in groups, to fish, to swim and, of course, to throw rocks in the water. Although the lack of direct access to the water is deplored, especially for people with reduced mobility, the natural, wild aspect of the place is greatly appreciated.
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