On my trip to Montréal, Canada, I couldn't miss a trip to Mont Royal. Aside from going up onto the platform from where you have beautiful views of the city and the river, my other goal was to reach the Beaver Lake (although apparently there are no beavers, the name was given because back when it was built, they found beaver dams). However, we were disappointed when we went there because it's under construction! So there is no water, but lots of land ... Still, I've seen pictures that where there is water and it is an ideal place to spend some time chatting on the grass!
At Lake Sacacomie we stayed in a beautiful hotel called Hotel Sacacomie. It is a very nice place whose structure was built with wood. It is very close to Lake Sacacomie where you can see animals like bears and beavers in their natural habitat. It is a very quiet place where you can relax and enjoy nature . Best of all, you can stay there and forget all your worries.
Lake Saint Jean is located north of Quebec, west of Saguenay. With its surface of about 1,000 square miles, it truly is an inland sea which, as such, offers a variety of activities. In winter, when I stayed, the lake is completely frozen and becomes a huge snowboarding surface (or even kite-skiing), Snowmobiling, ice fishing (make a hole in ice and go to it!), or a walk in snowshoes. Or you can simply enjoy the scenery! In summer (what follows is the information I got from the tourist office and with friends), you can do sailing, cycling on the track of the "bleuets" that circles the lake, or go to the beaches scattered along the small towns along a coast marked by stunning natural beauty.