Endless kilometres of trails and so many activities!

Bordering Mont-Tremblant National Park, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, Saint-Donat is the perfect place to get away from it all. Free hiking trails, spectacular cycling routes, swimming, sailing, canoeing, golfing… there’s so much to enjoy. Come take a cruise on Lac Archambault starting late June. Whatever lodging you choose – an inn, condo, cottage, hut or ready-to-camp tent – every option is a good reason to stay more than one day!

The first municipality in Canada to receive the trademark “parc naturel habité” (inhabited natural park), Saint-Donat is a true leader in terms of sustainable development and protecting its magnificent natural environment. Newly certified a Village-Relais, the area is more hospitable than ever, offering visitors a stay that’s guaranteed to be memorable.

Our directory

Need help planning your trip to Saint-Donat? Whether it’s to stay overnight, eat or choose activities, you’ll find a selection of must-see locations below.


Local flavours

  • Boulangerie Saint-Donat - pies, cakes and other sweet treats | 9, chemin des Ancêtres
  • La maison des fermiers - artisanal butchery and homemade products | 1193, rue Principale 


  • Club nautique de Saint-Donat - kayak, pedal boat and paddle board rental | 243, rue Saint-Donat
  • L’Après golf - driving range and mini-golf | 115, Rue Principale
  • Tennis municipal | 259-B, rue Principale

Food places

  • Le clos des délices - Alsatian specialty French cuisine | 515, rue Principale 
  • Le Pavillon - snack | 811, rue Principale
  • Cuisto maison - catering service and takeout meal | 326, Principale
  • Crémerie Saint-Donat | 412, rue Principale

Outdoor destinations

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