Honourable George O’Reilly Park is a riverside stretch of land at the border between Verdun and La Salle. Its tall grass and sandy beaches make an enjoyable spot for cycling, walking and running. A bridge separates it from the Rapids Park.
Not far from Angrignon Park, Honourable George O’Reilly Park was named after the mayor of Verdun from 1960 to 1966 and offers spectacular views over the Saint Lawrence river. With its thick vegetation, it hosts several species of birds.
Besides being a quiet spot where people come to read and practise sports, many also come here to fish and to surf: the rapids offer an infinite playground for city surfers. If you stroll in the park during the week-end, you will surely be entertained!