The eastern section of Mont Tremblant National Park is accessible at Lac Provost. It offers kayaking, canoeing and year-round camping.
Further north is the Réserve faunique Rouge Matawin. Campers who like to canoe and kayak will enjoy circuits on the Rouge and Matawin rivers.
At La Réserve ski resort in St-Donat, one of the two mountains has been set aside for people who prefer ski mountaineering.
The town of Rawdon, only 60 kilometres from Montreal, remains a popular year-round tourist destination. Dorwin Falls Park and La Source Bains Nordiques are popular with visitors.
The Musée d’art de Joliette has an admired and reputable collection of Canadian and contemporary art, numbering some 8,500 pieces.