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.

 

https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/longpoint

350 Erie Blvd, Port Rowan, ON N0E 1M0, Canada
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Season: May to October