Monteregie Tourism - Official Monteregie Tourism Site

The Province of Quebec

Out-There's Quebec


Monteregie's Neighbors from Out-There

  • Out-There's Montreal - Cross country skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, cycling, great night life and restaurants in one of the worlds great cities.
  • Out-There's Laurentiens - Skiing, sea kayaking, hiking, backpacking, rafting, white water paddling, Rouge River, Mont Tremblant, Oka
  • Out-There's Lanaudiere - Cycling, hiking, cross country skiing, mountain biking, - Oureau Forest, Rawdon, Ste Donat
  • Out-There's Eastern Townships Cross country skiing, hiking, mountain biking, cycling, hiking - Bromont, Orford


Official Quebec Tourism - Surrounding Regions

Districts and regions within Monteregie

Tourism Offices

There are Quebec Tourist Offices locate along the major entry points into the province. Three of which are located in Monteregie in Rigaud, (Highway 40 and 417, Quebec/Ontario) Riviere Beaudette (Highway 20 and 401 Quebec/Ontario) and Lacolle (Highway 15 and Interstate 87, Quebec/New York State)

Office du tourisme de la Rive-Sud de Montreal
205 Chambly
Longueil, QC
J4H 3L3
Ph: 450-670-7293

Corporation de deleloppement touristique de la Vallee-du-Richelieu
1800 chemin des Patriots N
Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC
Ph: 450-536-0395
Toll Free: 888-736-0395
Tourisme Monteregie
11 Maieville
Rougemont, QC
Sorel and Tracy
Office du Bas-Richelieu
92 chemin des Patriotes
Sorel, PQ
J3P 2K7
(450) 746-9441
Burea de Tourisme et des Congres de Saite-Hyacinthe
2090 Cherrier
Saint-Hyacinthe, PQ

Office du Tourisme et du Haut-Richelieu
315 MacDonald, #301
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, PQ
Ph: 450-542-9090
Office du Tourisme du Suroit
30 avenue du Centenaire, # 126
J6S 3L6

In addition to those above, there are also seasonal offices in Acton Vale, Chambly, Varennes, Vaudreuil-Dorion and Contrecoeur

Chamber of Commerce

Accommodations & Dining

Out-There's Monteregie Restaurants and Bars
Out-There's Monteregie Accommodations


Events, Festivals and Attractions





Marinas and Yacht Clubs


Dining & Nightlife

Out-There's Monteregie Restaurants and Bars

Food and Specialty Items

  • Costco - Finally a store which "really" provides excellent quality, service and prices!
  • IGA - Groceries, Online Shopping, Store Locator, Recipes, Coupons and Promotions, Recipes
  • Loblaws - Groceries, Online Flyer, Recipes, Cooking Classes, Photolab, PC Financial (PC Financial provides a great banking alternative to the status quo)
  • M&M - Excellent frozen specialties
  • Metro - Groceries, With Online Flyer, Store Locator, Recipes

SAQ - Quebec liquer and wine stores as well as specialty spirit outlets. The Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ) is the provincially owned distributer of wines and spirits in Quebec. Outlets are located throughout the province (you can locate them online through thier site). If you're a wine lover, this is an awesome site. You can not only purchase online but you can find out which outlets currently have your favourite in stock. Search for wine by country of origin, price catagory and more. You'll also find excellent advice on wine, liquor and fine dining including recipes.

Cider, Mead Wine and Vinegar

Once upon a time Canadian wines were suitable for cooking - period!. Now with our wineries bringing back gold medals from France, we can bring the bottles out of the kitchen with pride. Wineries are springing up all over the country, inspired by the success of our early pioneers in this area. Quebec is certainly coming into its own, particularly in the Eastern Townships and the Monteregie Regions. Take the opportunity to visit one of the wineries, which offer tasting tours and often have wine bars and restaurants, we're sure you'll be impressed. Some of the wineries also have accommodations ranging from simple B&Bs to rooms in luxurious estates.

Also See our Restaurant & Nightlife Section


Cabane a Sucre/ Sucrerie (Sugar Shacks)


Quebec shares most of the same holidays as the rest of Canada with the exception of Saint-Jean Baptiste Day which is June the 24th. Other Canadian provinces make up for this by having an additional holiday usually on the first Monday in August. As a general rule, all provinces and territories have holidays to mark or celebrate the following:

New Years Day - January 1
Good Friday and /or Eastern Monday - Movable
Victoria Day - Monday before the 25th May
Sainte Jean-Baptiste - June 24
Canada Day - July 1
Labour Day - First Monday in September
Thanksgiving - Second Monday in October (not in sync with American Thanksgiving)
Christmas - December 25

Note: Some of these holidays are movable, usually to the nearest Monday or Friday of the week in which they fall.




Driving Distance

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu - Montreal - 40km
Sorel - Montreal - 88km
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield - Montreal - 61km
Saint-Hyacinthe - Montreal 64km

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