COVID-19 SPECIAL MEASURES
This year only, summer 2021, because of the pandemic, access to the Lac Mercier beach is reserved solely for the people of Mont-Tremblant and Lac-Tremblant-Nord and for people who have the Expérience card. In view of the heavy use last summer, this measure aims to provide local people with improved access to their beach as long as the public health measures restrict the number of bathers.
To ensure that distancing measures are respected, the City will limit the number of users on the beach property at one time. The number of persons admitted will be adjusted depending on the size of the households (bathing units) present.
Beach users are asked to respect a distance of 2 metres (6 ft) from persons who are not part of the same household, to avoid gatherings, and to apply respiratory etiquette. Please note, however, that wearing a mask while bathing is discouraged.
Bathing units will be monitored through the presence of an additional lifeguard who will ensure that distancing measures are respected. The City is asking users to cooperate in order to avoid having to resort to more restrictive measures.
- Saturdays and Sundays: June 5-6, 12-13 and 19-20, 2021
- Monday to Sunday: June 21 to August 29, 2021
- Saturday to Monday: September 4 to 6, 2021
The beach is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Entry to the beach is free to all holders of a Vivre or Accès Mont-Tremblant card.
Daily entry fees for holders of the Expérience card and for the accompanying person(s). *
|Students (18 yrs and + with proof)||$2.50|
|18 yrs and +||$3|
|55 yrs +||$2.50|
|After 5 p.m. and until the end of supervised time||50% discount on the regular daily entry fee|
*Accompanying person: can enjoy the fee posted above on condition that the person is accompanied by a holder, aged 18 or over, of their Accès Mont-Tremblant card.
DIRECTIVES AND REGULATIONS
- Bathing/swimming is permitted only inside the buoy line.
- Use of any equipment not approved by the government is prohibited.
- Bathers/swimmers must obey all directives expressed by the supervisor-lifeguard.
- Glass containers and sound equipment are prohibited on the beach.
- Use of games, and pushing, are prohibited.
- Water craft are not permitted in the bathing area.
- Bathing is prohibited outside the hours of supervision.
- No animals permitted.
- Fins, masks and snorkels are prohibited.
- Use of alcohol and drugs is prohibited.
- Bonfires and cooking devices are prohibited.
- Use of fireworks or any other dangerous material is prohibited.
- No camping.
- No smoking.
- Parents must supervise their children.
Accessible for bathing and swimming, Lac Mercier’s sandy beach, located at 100 chemin Plouffe in the heart of the Village, allows you to cool off during the summer heat waves. Picnic tables allow you to enjoy a good meal outdoors.