Claim this listingParc Sir Wilfrid Laurier


Le Plateau-Mont-Royal

Parc Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Montréal, QC

Activities & Amenities



  • Municipal
  • Outdoor
  • Park - Sports/Recreation


  • Swimming

Team Sports

  • Soccer
  • Baseball
  • Volleyball

Sports & Activities

  • Table Tennis
  • Cycling
  • Skating


  • Fitness Circuit

Sources: City of Montreal,  Photo:  Last updated on: 

Google Reviews


Write a Review

12 days

★★★★★Nothing special about this Parcs but if you like more silent and relaxed Parcs I recommend you go somewhere else since this place is popular

loved it

2 months

★★★★★Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park is the best park in Montreal because there is everything you need to be entertained, namely a huge swimming pool, an outdoor gym, a dog park, many sports fields, ping-pong tables, and benches to sit down and relax. Moreover, this park is both beautiful and well maintained.

3 months

★★★★★It is a nice park. You can do a lot of activities.there are many big play ground for various sports.. Lot of trees and swings for children.. I enjoyed the exercise benches and spent qulity time doing exercise and yoga.

5 months

★★★★★One of my favorite parks in Montreal. It has everything: dog park, little and big kids play area, softball, football/soccer fields, exercise area and a great picnicking area. Pool for big and small too in the summer but always so crowded. Also a great park to jog around!

liked it

6 months

★★★★A really nice park in the middle of the Plateau. Good location. The chalet and the restrooms are a little small. There are some deppaneurs nearby to go buy food for a picnic. Just a warning: there are always guards walking around and you can get a fine for having drinks without a Meal (having a picnic with snacks is not enough). The dog park is very popular also.

Borough image

Find a park, municipal facility, fitness studio or gym in Le Plateau-Mont-Royal. Click here to discover the 63 listings in this borough. There are over 2 years left until summer! What are you waiting for?

Select the regions
Go to top