Long Point Provincial Park Beach

Is one of the most special places Ontario has to offer and is located within a designated part of the UNESCO World Biosphere.


Long Point Provincial Park boasts a beautiful white sand beach stretching approximately 2.2km along the freshwater shores of Lake Erie and offers  a spectacular view of Lake Erie sunsets.

The beach and associated sand dunes are a dynamic area;  constantly shifting as a result of changing lake levels, storm events, sand deposition and erosion. What results from these amazing processes is a system of fragile, provincially rare Great Lakes coastal dunes that are home to hundreds of plants and a multitude of wildlife; many of which are rare or uncommon.

The Fowler’s Toad, an endangered species, makes use of several beaches along Lake Erie, one of which is Long Point beach. The gray-brown toad is primarily nocturnal, making a daily journey from the grassy dunes to the lake shoreline each evening during the summer months.


Plan Your visit

Explore the amazing place with help from local businesses.



Erie Boulevard 350
Port Rowan N0E 1M0 ON CA
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