Imagine exploring one of the most ecologically significant hotspots in the world.
An ecological enterprise consisting of zip lining and canopy tours, stargazing, glamping, kayaking, kayak fishing and more!
The incredible landscape of the 37-acre property is rich in history; the former tobacco farm was replanted with native trees and grasses in partnership with the Alternative Land Use Services (ALUS) program, the Long Point Region Conservation Authority and many others. Wetlands were created to become habitats for native species including threatened species such as the Blanding’s turtle. These habitat restoration projects have helped to take the pressure off endangered species here in southern Ontario.
The property boasts a 350 ft. boardwalk providing rare access and a close-up view of the Turkey Point Marsh that borders the UNESCO Long Point World Biosphere Reserve. Another prominent viewing platform near the welcome center provides the perfect location to enjoy over 15,000 acres of marshland, inner Long Point Bay and Lake Erie – a spectacular vista.
Plan Your visit
Explore the amazing place with help from local businesses.