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Deer Creek Conservation Area


Deer Creek Conservation Area is a tranquil 250 acre park with a beautiful 80 acre reservoir. It is located just north of Long Point (the most southerly location in Canada). Deer Creek is considered to be one of the most treasured spots in Norfolk County. It is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including bald eagles, beavers, turtles, and a wide array of fish. Rent a canoe and head out onto the reservoir for some unforgettable fishing, or visit during the children’s fishing derby in the summer! The quaint swimming beach and many picnic tables make Deer Creek the perfect destination for a relaxing summer afternoon. There are campsites, horseshoe pits, a boat launch, a pavilion, and wheelchair accessible facilities to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.


Lake Erie


Treaty 3, 1792



1929 Norfolk County Rd 45, Langton, ON N0E 1G0

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