| City of Montreal|
| 97 ha|
| Le Sud-Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
3400 Trinitaires Blvd, Montreal, QC H4E 4J3, Canada
Open today · 6AM–11PMSaturday6AM–11PMSunday6AM–11PMMonday6AM–11PMTuesday6AM–11PMWednesday6AM–11PMThursday6AM–11PMFriday6AM–11PM
Angrignon, Bois‑de‑Liesse Nature Park, Maisonneuve Park, Cap‑Saint‑Jacques Nature Park, Bois‑de‑l'Île‑Bizard Nature Park
Angrignon Park Wikipedia
Angrignon Park (French: Parc Angrignon is a large park in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is in the borough of Le Sud-Ouest. Angrignon Park has a total area of 97 hectares.
The park is named for Jean-Baptiste Angrignon (1875-1948), a longtime city councillor in Côte Saint-Paul.
The park was inspired by the design of 19th century English gardens. The park contains 20,000 trees, winding paths and a pond surrounded by cattails.