A fine place to relax or to enjoy the beach and some warm sand. Close to Le P’tit Train du Nord linear park (path) and to the Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant, this is the perfect place to take a break and catch your breath.
The name refers to the beach’s location on the shores of Lac Mercier, which itself was named in memory of Honoré Mercier, who was the ninth premier of Québec (1887-1891). During his term of office, he became interested in the development of colonization and created, in 1888, the Ministry of Agriculture and Colonization, whose deputy minister was curé Antoine Labelle, the area’s parish priest. Mr. Mercier is recognized for having been the first government head to speak of provincial independence and is considered to be the father of Québec nationalism.
Dogs are not permitted on the Lac Mercier beach.
**Free access Citoyen / Citoyenne Mont-Tremblant card holders
100 Chemin Plouffe