L’ile-du-Grand-Calumet is a natural paradise to discover.
The beauty of our Outaouais River waterfront mixed with natural forest and agriculture will transport you into a world rich in history and culture.
The Outaouais River
With it’s 60km or more of waterfront you can easily access all of its watersheds from our 2 main boat launches. The first one is situated directly in the heart or our village and is home to our municipal docs. There is another one situated on chemin Algonquin. Our municipal boat launches give you access to more than 100 km of waterway on the Outaouais River.
The Municipal Beach at Côte Jaune
Situated in the eastern portion of our municipality the Côte Jaune beach is open to the public. Swimming with no municipal supervision is allowed and you will find outhouses and picnic tables. There is plenty of free parking space.
As you enter our village you will encounter a small park dedicated to preserving the memory, history and legend of Jean Cadieux. A courreur des bois who met a tragic death while working for the fur trading companies. You will find interpretation panels and picnic tables.
The main church, that serves as a cultural and architectural symbol, is situated in the heart of our village and shows the importance of the catholic religion for its francophone and Irish habitants.