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Little Bluff Conservation Area

Beach

The Little Bluff Conservation Area beach is located on the shores of Prince Edward Bay in Lake Ontario. The conservation area, created in 1974 by the Prince Edward Region Conservation, is a 70-acre site. The beach is not monitored for water quality and there are no lifeguards. There are washrooms and picnic tables located near the beach.

There is a wetland area found just behind Little Bluff beach - the beach itself serves as a barrier between the wetland and Lake Ontario. The conservation area is a great spot for birdwatching and contains 1.5 km of trails and a 20 metre high limestone bluff which offers a stunning view of the bay if you make the hike to the top.

Water Quality

No water quality data is available.
Water quality information provided by Swim Guide with the support of RBC Royal Bank.

Current Weather

21° degrees celsius.
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

Watersheds

Lake Ontario

Traditional Territories

Haudenosaunee

Treaties

Treaty 57

Languages

Mohawk

Address

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