The Village of Locks
An exceptional nature and heritage estate
Nature, culture and vacation: an all-inclusive for lovers of beautiful things!
Located on Lake Saint-Louis, this magnificent estate is surrounded by water, at the mouth of the Soulanges Canal. Formerly an industrial site used for the construction of the canal, it was redefined as a campground for Expo 67 (40 minutes from Montreal), then hosted a summer theater and a large restaurant for about 30 years.
After a three-year hiatus, this site with exceptional potential will come back to life in the summer of 2022, with the relaunch of the Théâtre des Cascades, the reopening of the bar/terrace with a street food offer, the improvement of the riverbanks and the organization of a series of cultural events.
Every day – 9 am to 5 pm
Thursday to Sunday – 4 to 11 pm
Saturday and Sunday – 12 noon to 11 pm
Thursday to Sunday – 4 to 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday – 11:30 am to 9 pm
Schedules are subject to change. We invite you to visit the Village des Écluses website for more information.
- Site and terrace accessible to the general public with free parking
- Dogs are allowed, on a leash at all times
- Picnics allowed, but no outside alcohol (Thursday to Sunday)
- Food and coffee/bar available on site
- Free Wifi + connections to the café/bar
- Payment in cards only
- Launching ramp for non-motorized boats
What to do
Enjoy a variety of activities on an exceptional estate, including the theater, a multitude of events, the restaurant/bar and the magnificent waterfront terrace.
Terrace & Bar
All summer long
In the heart of a huge terrace on the beach and Lake St. Louis, find a variety of offers to drink and eat and gather for beautiful sunsets!
All summer long
The site is surrounded by water and offers various options for cooling off, such as a small beach, kayak, surfboard and electric board rentals. Swimming is not supervised, but tolerated.
July 2 to August 21
The Crapaud Cornu troupe invites you to discover their new creation, Les Beaux Mystères de Mister Lebeau. A play mixing theater, humor, circus arts, puppets and magic!
April to October
The site has a campsite in an enchanting setting! Three-serviced sites for seasonal workers, three-serviced sites for visitors, and waterfront tent sites.