Location: 3102 1ère Avenue, Route 337, Rawdon, QC J0K 1S0
Opening hours: 10am to 6pm, Monday to Sunday
Peak hours: 11am to 5pm, Saturday to Sunday
Come and discover the enchanting site of Dorwin Falls, on the Ouareau River and let yourself be charmed by the magic of the Indian Legend of Nipissingue the Sorcerer. Two lookout points, a 2.5 km ecological trail lined with native flora and the picnic area under the century-old pine forest are the perfect prescription for relaxation for you and your friends.
Dorwin Falls Park is an attractive, relaxing site that will delight nature-lovers with its spectacular waterfall, lookout points, flora interpretation trails and playgrounds surrounded by century-old trees. Explore their eco trails, taking in the rich biodiversity of the site. Their new explanatory guide, available at the welcome centre, will help you to identify the various plants you see along the way.
Come summer, you can see sorcerer Nipissingue’s head of rock! Enjoy a picnic under pine trees. Come winter, the ice and snow-covered trees provide wonderful material for a picture-taking festival! Access via Routes 125 and 337.
Descriptions courtesy of rawdon.ca and lanaudiere.ca, images courtesy of elevation.maplogs.com, quebecattractions.ca, mtlway.com, and fashionmomblog.org