Long Point Provincial Park | Great Lakes Guide

This is Ontario's fourth oldest provincial park, and the only one located in a designated World Biosphere Preserve. Long Point Provincial Park helps to protect one of the largest bird and waterfowl migration areas in North America. This stunning park is set along the shores of Lake Erie, and is well-known destination for fishing, birding, swimming, paddling, and good old-fashioned camping. There are four campsites in the park, one of which is the Turtle Dunes Campground. It is separated from the beach only by sand dunes. The sandy, soft, and seemingly endless beach is a perfect place to cool off in the waters of Lake Erie, or explore the driftwood sprinkling the shores. Since the park is located on a long, flat spit of land jutting out into the lake, the sunsets are said to rival even those seen in tropical Hawaii. Long Point Provincial Park will give you the perfect combination of nature exploration, sunsets, and s’mores in a place that lets you feel like you are truly on holiday.


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350 Erie Boulevard, Port Rowan, ON, N0E 1M0

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Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

    • Humidity

    • 74%
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    • 0%
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    • UV Index

    • 3
    • Visibility

    • 16.1km
    • Sunrise

    • 6:57 AM
    • Sunset

    • 7:53 PM
    • Wind gust

    • 14.9kph
    • Wind speed

    • 10.9kph
    • Wind direction

    • West

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My fishing story in Lake Erie is when me and my best bud went out on the water at 4:00 AM one day and it was actually amazing. We went out to see the sunrise, oh man, there's nothing better than the sunrise coming from the water.

Lake Erie, ON
Cody Mason
Long Point Provincial Park