In addition to hosting Statera — The Archipelago of Wonders, the ferry dock offers a host of other activities along the majestic St. Lawrence River. Take advantage of your visit to discover the urban beach and Louise Delorme’s art, or simply stroll on the wharf and enjoy the landscapes that are the pride of all Sorelois!
Fine sand, hammocks, shaded areas and breathtaking views of the river: the wharf’s urban beach is an invitation to fully relax!
Work of Art
Fresco of the Islands
Comprising both green spaces and a paved path along the river, this dog-accessible waterfront site offers a breathtaking view of the Lake Saint-Pierre archipelago.
Our bar service, open from 11am to 8pm, offers alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks.
On the ferry dock you will find a space to enjoy your lunch on the banks of the majestic St. Lawrence River.
Located less than five minutes from downtown Sorel-Tracy, the ferry dock where Statera stands is close to many restaurants. Pasta, grills, vegetarian meals, coffee, pastries: something for every palate!
Cabaret Les Années Folles’ Ice Cream Shop
Your Statera multisensory experience wouldn’t be the same without a little treat at the Cabaret Les Années Folles’ ice cream shop, an oasis just a few steps down the wharf that will refresh your summer days. The restaurant is also excellent, with stunning views of the river and the islands.
Parking and Lockers
A parking area is reserved for Statera visitors: it is located at the corner of Ramezay Street and Augusta Street. In addition, for only $3, you can place your personal belongings in the lockers at your disposal. An identity card is required, which will be returned to you upon return of the key.
The Sorel-Tracy—Saint-Ignace-de-Loyola crossing accommodates pedestrians, bicycles and motorized vehicles; it is even free of charge for electric and hybrid vehicles! A beautiful way to see the islands while moving between Montérégie and Lanaudière.
Visit the Société des traversiers du Québec website for more information.