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Free shuttles for Fall Rhapsody in Gatineau Park!

All weekends from September 30 to October 22

At Gatineau Park

Fall Rhasopy Web Site

From September 30 to October 22, get out to enjoy Fall Rhapsody in Gatineau Park … by bus! On Saturdays and Sundays (and the Thanksgiving Monday on the long weekend), avoid the traffic congestion and hop on the free shuttles.

Stop looking for parking.
Make the most of your outing!


On weekends of:

  • Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1
  • Saturday, October 7, Sunday 8 and Monday 9 (Thanksgiving long weekend)
  • Saturday, October 14 and Sunday 15
  • Saturday, October 21 and Sunday 22

How to get there?

During the busier days of fall, free shuttles are available to facilitate access to Gatineau Park's most popular venues.

Free shuttles starting from downtown Ottawa and Gatineau to Pink lake, Mackenzie King Estate and Champlain Lookout

  • From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Last depature from Ottawa at 2 p.m.
  • Last departure from Champlain Lookout at 4 p.m.
  • Every 20 minutes (approximatively)

Departures points:

  1. Downtown Ottawa (Sussex/York)
  2. Des Allumettières / Laurier
  3. Centre Robert Guertin Park-and-Ride (St-Rédempteur / Allard)
  4. Terrasses de la Chaudière (transfer on OC Transpo)
  5. Rapibus Montcalm Station

Free shuttle to lookouts from Camp Fortune

  • From 10:30 .am. to 4 p.m.
  • Last departure from Camp fortune at 3 p.m.
  • Last departure from Champlain Lookout at 4 p.m.
  • Every 15 minutes (approximatively)

All of these stops provide easy access to the Park's trail network, where you can find a perfect spot for a picnic or a hike.

Consult the shuttle map to know the stops along the shuttle route


For those already eligible to paratransit, it is also an option for attending the Fall Rhapsody. According to the availably of paratransit vehicles, transportation to the Mackenzie-King Estate and Champlain Lookout (universal access) is free on Saturdays and Sundays on dates mentioned above.

More details about the event

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The Fall Rhapsody shuttle is an initiative of the National Capital Commission, in partnership with the Société de transport de l'Outaouais and Camp Fortune.




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