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Selkirk Provincial Park

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At this park, you’ll get something different from the usual Ontario camping style. You can sleep among grasslands, with stunning plants and wildflowers growing beneath lush trees. Waking up in the morning, you’ll be surrounded by Blue grass, devil's paintbrush, wild carrot, chicory, St. John's wort, and thistle. Take a walk on the Wheeler’s Walk Trail for a refreshing start to your day. This trail winds through the woods and meadows and over a marsh, so you will get an up-close look at a wetland environment and all its wildlife. This park is on the Lake Erie shoreline. Its flat, picturesque landscape is a haven for travelers wanting to relax, swim, and sunbathe on a beach. The shallow waters are warmed in the summer, and perfect for a swim after a beach picnic. You can also take out a canoe for a day trip up through the marsh area, along Spring Creek for an up-close view of the underwater life. Keep your eyes peeled and camera handy, because you might just see some White-tailed deer, raccoons, rabbits, and squirrels, or one Canada’s only marsupial, the opossum!

Current Weather

11° degrees celsius.
Overcast throughout the day.

Great Lakes Waterfront Trail

This park is on the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail.
Visit the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail website for more information.

Watersheds

Lake Erie

Treaties

Treaty 3, 1792

Languages

Address

151 Wheeler’s Sideroad, R. R. # 1, Selkirk, ON, N0A 1P0

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