In order to ensure safe and respectful use of the Cascades Club’s waterfront, you are asked to abide by the following rules.
- The waterfront is solely for the use of Cascades Club members and their guests.
- The waterfront is unsupervised. Members use the facilities at their own risk. Children under the age of 16 must be supervised by an adult.
- Please be respectful of our neighbours and keep noise to a minimum.
- We love dogs, but not at the waterfront.
- There is no alcohol permitted at the waterfront.
- Please take your garbage with you.
- Motorboats (other than coach and safety boats) are not permitted at the dock.
The waterfront is open between 7am – 9pm weekdays and 8am – 9pm on weekends.
Our summer camps and youth paddling programs run from late June through August. To ensure the safety of the children, access to the waterfront is limited during camp hours (weekdays prior to 4pm).
Access to the Waterfront
There is no parking at the waterfront or at the top of the road leading to the waterfront. All members should park at the Cascades Club at 100, chemin de la Rivière and walk to the waterfront, either via chemin Jenness or chemin de la Rivière.
* Please do not park or wait for your children at the top of the road leading to the waterfront. This is unsafe and disruptive to the neighbours.
** Please be aware of the designated path that must be respected when walking down chemin Jenness. The rope is there to remind all campers and members not to stray from that designated path. This is a very important detail! We are legally bound to these boundaries. We thank you for your cooperation.
Use of Kayaks, Canoes and SUPs
The Club has multiple recreational kayaks, a recreational canoe, a rabaska canoe, and 4 Stand Up Paddleboards (SUPs) available for member use.
Recreational paddles and life jackets are stored in the exterior storage box located at the rear of the boathouse. Please keep this container tidy and remember to return what you borrow.
The boathouse is only open during programmed activities. There is a first aid kit and defibrillator in the boathouse.