This park packs it all in, for an all season, natural, and cultural experience. MacGregor Point Provincial Park is located on the Lake Huron shoreline, and is one of the most ecologically diverse places in Ontario. The shoreline and inland habitat are home to many amazing plants and animals, like the Rare Dwarf Lake Iris, carnivorous plants, and the elusive Spotted Turtle. It is also a great spot to see rare migrating birds, like the Black-crowned Night Heron and the American Egret. Diverse cultural activities occur year-round, including the “Huron Fringe Birding Festival” in the spring, and the “Wild for the Arts” festival in autumn. Autumn also brings the “Witches in the Woods” festival, which not only celebrates Halloween, but also the forest creatures living in the park. As the season turns to winter, the park remains just as vibrant with winter activities, including a 400 metre ice skating trail. If you stay until the evening, the wonderfully clear skies will dazzle you with a spectacular winter sunset.