Discover the best top things to do in Sainte Agathe des Monts, Canada including TYROPARC, Village du Pere Noel, Parc Regional Val-David / Val-Morin, Parc Lineaire le P'tit Train du Nord, Lac St-Joseph, Theatre Le Patriote, Magasin General Val-David, Station de Ski Belle Neige, Tessier Beach, Lolipop.
Restaurants in Sainte Agathe des Monts
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Tyroparc is an outdoor activity park, located in Ste Agathe-des-Monts, in the heart of the Laurentians, 50 minutes drive from Montréal, open since autumn 2014. Accessibility is very easy to the Park by exit 88 of Highway 15 North, we are 800 meters from the exit 88. The Park is open all year, operating activities of hebertism both in summer and winter. Tyroparc specializes in adventure, recreation and outdoor activities. The park is built on the extraordinary natural site of Mount Catherine. A magnificent horseshoe-shaped mountain, bordered by a majestic rock faces (Cape Beauséjour) and the North river. Our Mission Tyroparc is committed to helping you share and experience unique human experiences based on its core values: sustainable development and facilities that meet the most stringent safety standards. The activities offered at Tyroparc are all very safe and supervised by experienced guides. Respect and the expectations of our customers are always at the heart of our concerns to make them experience the most amazing adventures possible.
Great place for multiple activities, but me and the family went for the Zip Line, what a great way to pass the afternoon, very safe.Thanks for comment ;-) we're gratful Have a great day. Philippe
4.5 based on 117 reviews
I went to the Santa Village Saturday morning, it's been over 10 years I haven't been since and I was turned off by its outdated appearance and staff. No innovation or renovations there. It was very over priced for what they offered. Adults and children payed full price of $18 per person offering no discount price for children. Worsted of all when the kids made there way up to see big old Santa I noticed that there Santa reeked with urine. I was appalled, thank heavens the children didn't notice that he smelled like a barn animal. It will be unfortunately my last time there to visit. Hopefully there will be a better replacement place to visit for Christmas time the next year.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
It is a very nice place for an outdoor activity in family. Bring your back pack with a pic-nic and you will be addicted. It is very well marked, and there is some nice scenic spot. If you plan to go more than 2 times, you might consider get a season pass.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
This 124-mile trail goes from Mont-Laurier down to Saint-Jerome.
We had a wonderful ride with two other couples, stopping 3 nights along the way. The trail does have some surface defects, but is rideable on a road bike. Excellent toilet facilities frequently along the trail. A place to stop for food every 15-20 km. Great views and scenery. A definite highlight of all the bike trips I have been on.
4 based on 5 reviews
Excellent place for scenic views on the way to Mont Tremblant. It's a 40 min cruise around the lake and a must do , if you are in the area. Pictures village nearby.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Le Théâtre Le Patriote est une salle de spectacle située à Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. Considérée comme l'un des berceaux de la chanson québécoise, cette salle mythique accueille les plus grands artistes de la chanson et de l'humour depuis 1967. Ouvert d'avril à novembre, le Patriote de Ste-Agathe est un diffuseur pluridisciplinaire en arts de la scène reconnu par le Ministère de la Culture et des Communications qui présente principalement les disciplines suivantes: chanson, humour, théâtre, théâtre scolaire et musique. Le Théâtre Le Patriote comporte deux salles de spectacle: la salle Percival-Broomfield (650 fauteuils à l'italienne) et la Boîte à chanson - Scène Desjardins (100 places en formule cabaret).
Hadn't been in a while but the place is still as much fun as I remembered it to be. The acoustic has been enhanced to suit more modern ears and it's surprisingly good with no echo or reverberations. Went to see a Robert Charlebois concert...MoreThank you for your kind comments. It's a pleasure to see you again ! Alexandre Gélinas Directeur général
4.5 based on 31 reviews
This store has something for everyone. I found something I had been looking for everywhere. Beautiful gifts of all kinds, gourmet foods and baking to buy. A must see!
4 based on 8 reviews
Lineups were short and there were hills for all skill levels; including moguls, jumps and in the woods. For this beginner, we stuck to the "green" level. The trails were nicely maintained. We took both the 4-person and 2-person chairlift with minimal wait and friendly staff.
We enjoyed lunch on the Terrace, cooked on the outside grill by a very sweet woman. There was music playing in many places, even on the chairlift.
There were plenty of hooks for coats and tables for those eating indoors. Renting a locker will cost you $3. The parking lot was empty when we arrived before opening, but packed by mid-day.
We will most definitely return! A lot fun! Small hill... but very comfortable and well kept.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The best place to be on a hot summer day. Bring your lunch and have a picnic at the tables that are set up for swimmers. Lifeguards on premises and park setting. Even if it is not hot, it is still enjoyable. The scenery is great.
5 based on 17 reviews
Studio boutique with live flame working and glass blowing by Jonathan Leon.
The pleasant and knowledgeable owner does very nice art glass; for those who enjoy glass, Lolipop is worth your while.Such an amazing compliment ! Thanks a million !
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