Redesigned for Quebec City's 400th anniversary in 2008, Anse Brown now has a youthful feel and offers a wide variety of activities for the entire family. Whether you’re looking to sunbathe or take a walk, Anse Brown will win you over with its soothing, calm and direct access to the St. Lawrence.
A walkway was built over the remains of the old dolphin, a man-made marine structure extending above the water level, giving residents and tourists alike the chance to walk out over the water and take in the spectacular panoramic view of the basin.
Is it lunchtime? The mobile gourmet food truck Panache Mobile serves Anse Brown in the summertime and has a patio and picnic tables available to enjoy the beautiful scenery while you eat.
Here are the services offered by this space:
- Bike path
- Walkway over the water
- Historical interpretation centre
- Skating rink and petanque courts
- Docking facilities for canoes and kayaks
- Light display showcasing the remains
- Mobile restaurant
- Spa (Strøm Spa nordique)
- Trekfit installations, external training modules