Parc du Lac-Leamy | Great Lakes Guide
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(English follows) Le parc du Lac Leamy se situe sur le lac Leamy dans le secteur Hull de la ville de Gatineau et est le plus grand parc urbain de la région de la capitale du Canada. Le lac Leamy est lié à la rivière Gatineau en amont et à la rivière des Outaouais en aval. Des sauveteurs surveillent la plage tous les jours entre 10 h 30 et 18 h 30. Le parc a deux terrains de volley-ball et un aire de jeux pour les enfants, ainsi qu’une aire de pique-nique avec des tables et des foyers pour barbecue. Il y a aussi une concession alimentaire, des toilettes publiques et un stationnement payant.
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Leamy Lake Park is located in the Hull sector of Gatineau and is the largest urban park in Canada’s capital region. Leamy Lake is connected to two rivers, the Gatineau River and the Ottawa River. Lifeguards are on duty daily from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm.. The park has two volleyball courts and a play area for children, as well as a picnic area with tables and barbecue pits. There is also a food concession stand, public washrooms, and paid parking.

Updated by Ottawa Riverkeeper (@ottriverkeeper) / Mise à jour par Garde-rivière des Outaouais (@ottriverkeeper)

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Water Quality:

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Clear throughout the day.

    • Humidity

    • 77%
    • Precipitation

    • 0%
    • Precip. type

    • None
    • UV Index

    • 1
    • Visibility

    • 16.1km
    • Sunrise

    • 6:52 AM
    • Sunset

    • 5:43 PM
    • Wind gust

    • 18.5kph
    • Wind speed

    • 7.2kph
    • Wind direction

    • Southwest

    • Today

    • -3°
    • Tuesday

    • -3°
    • Wednesday

    • -5°
    • Thursday

    • -9°
    • Friday

    • -7°
    • -11°
    • Saturday

    • -6°
    • -14°
    • Sunday

    • -5°
    • -16°

When I was young at the river, I felt the warm summer breeze as I paddled through the calm water. Looking at the deep green scenery of the trees and bushes as their branches waved in the breeze. Once in awhile, we would reach rapids where we would have to sit on the floor of the canoe so that we wouldn’t tip over as we rushed past the growing waves.

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