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Accessible quickly !

Located 50 minutes west of Montreal and less than 90 minutes from Ottawa, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield is easily accessible via the main highways. The new Autoroute 30 brings the region closer to the rest of the Montérégie and the South Shore.

Tourist information

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Tourist welcome at Destination Valleyfield from June 24 to September 5, 2021 !

Exit 14 - Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

  • On the 201, to reach the city center: take rue Alexandre or rue Maden on your right
  • For the commercial center of boul. Mgr-Langlois: continue straight

Take exit 13 to follow highway 530 towards Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

(Be careful, do not continue towards the toll and Vaudreuil-Dorion!)

Once on the 530 :

  • For the Saint-Timothée sector (Îles-de-Saint-Timothée regional park): take exit 9 boul. Pius XII
  • For downtown, take exit 5 boul. Mgr-Langlois / Coteau-du-Lac: turn left at the first light, on boul. Hébert, towards the historic city center or continue on boul. Bishop Langlois

Exit 14 - Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

  • On the 201, to reach the city center: take rue Alexandre or rue Maden on your right
  • For the commercial center of boul. Mgr-Langlois: continue straight

Coming from the west of Montreal and the Soulanges cycle path, take the Coteau 1-2-3 dam. To reach downtown, take boul. du Bord de l'Eau on your right and then boul. from Le Havre. Turn right on Alexandre and continue to Victoria Street.

Please note that the accesses to the dams could be closed for short periods to allow Hydro-Québec to carry out work !

Lat: 45 ° 15'23 "N / Long: 74 ° 08'04" W

Access to the Marina and the Old Beauharnois Canal :

Feeder channel: from the DVB junction buoy (opposite buoy D3), follow the channel leading to St-François bay (DV1 to DV22)

Opening of the bridges at the Old Canal: when approaching the entrance to the Old Canal, contact the bridge operator at VHF station 68