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Presqu'ile Provincial Park

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Shanann
December 21, 2021
2.5 km sandy beach (no dogs allowed at any time) although pets are permitted along the rocky beach 16 km of trails and paths along shorelines and through woodlands and meadows. A migration hotspot in spring and fall, 338 bird species recorded with 130 breeding species. 1 km marsh boardwalk trail accessing the largest protected marsh on the north shore of Lake Ontario (highly recommend this). Two Visitor Centres; Nature Centre open daily in summer and the Lighthouse Centre open daily in summer and on weekends in the spring and fall. Daily interpretive programs in the summer. Second oldest operating lighthouse in Ontario. World class spring bird migration – waterfowl in March, warblers and shorebirds in May. Open year-round for winter exploration, great for snow shoeing and cross country skiing. Some years ice volcanoes make for spectacular scenery but please be cautious and stay away from them, they can make for weak ice and danger.
2.5 km sandy beach (no dogs allowed at any time) although pets are permitted along the rocky beach 16 km of trails and paths along shorelines and through woodlands and meadows. A migration hotspot in spring and fall, 338 bird species recorded with 130 breeding species. 1 km marsh boardwalk trail ac…
Gabrielle
January 22, 2021
Lovely beaches less than 30 minutes away
Susan
March 4, 2020
A pleasant place to stroll and see some history
Lori
January 30, 2019
Trails and paths along Lake Ontario shores through woodlands and meadows for walking running or biking.2.5 km sandy beach.Second oldest operating light house in Ontario. Well known to bird watchers for bird migration in March and warblers and shorebirds in May.1 kilometre marsh boardwalk trail.20 minute drive
Sally
October 31, 2018
biking, swimming, walking, bird watching, butterfly tagging etc.

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