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Massassauga Point Conservation Area


Massassauga Point is a stunning 60 acre park with unique natural and cultural history and landmarks. The park was once home to a popular resort with a large three-story hotel in the 1800-1900s. Today, visitors can explore the hotel’s remains — the foundation and walkway. The rest of the land has been refurbished to preserve the natural heritage of the region to its pre-settlement conditions. The park is also home to an abandoned wharf and limestone quarry, which visitors can see while exploring the extensive network of trails. With over 1,200 m of both sandy and rocky shoreline, Massassauga Point is a popular swimming destination and stopover spot for boaters. Splash around in the water and relax on the shore as you look out on the gorgeous views of the Bay of Quinte.


Lake Ontario

Traditional Territories



Treaty 57




Massassauga Rd, Shannonville, ON K0K 3A0

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