No, the Missisquoi river is a low flow river.
Yes, this river is ideal for beginners.

Yes, you must let us know when you book. The person in charge will hand you the necessary equipment.

Yes. There is a spot to attach a bag. A waterproof bag is preferable. There are a few spots along the river where you can stop and eat and go for a swim.
No, the station offers the guide service on demand only. You are responsible for your own safety during the excursion. A qualified employee will take you down to the water. He will give you tips and necessary directives and as well as help you launch your embarkation.
Yes, you can use the shuttle service according to the schedule of the station. For information, refer to the station’s website. You can also arrange your own transportation, and only the launching fee of $7 per embarkation will be charged, parking included.
It is the perfect place for this type of activity. The Station can organize an outdoors kayak day with groups up to 60 people.
No worries, we have an artificial lake on site on which you can have a free trial with assistance which will help you feel more secure.
Yes, water levels can be low during droughts. If this is the case, you will be informed.
We suggest you bring a bottle of water, a lunch, sunscreen, water shoes and your smile.
  • Pets must be on a leash at all times.
  • They are forbidden on the beach and at the lake.
  • Your pets are allowed in the river.
  • You must pick up after your pets.
  • We will be stricter about dogs.
  • Wear the safety vest at all times during the descent.
  • Never accost side against a barrage of tree.
  • Respect the land along the river.
  • Zero trace, zero impact!
  • No smoking
  • No glass containers
  • No dog
  • Zero trace, zero impact!

Accommodation rules

Consult the Plans and regulations section of Camping Nature Plein Air and Auberge de la Station to prepare for your outing.

See the regulations