A mecca for birdwatchers every spring and fall, this peninsula
south of Brighton is a major flyway for migrating birds, home to
waterfowl and shorebirds, and a staging point for Mexico-bound monarch
butterflies. A long boardwalk crosses wetlands where marsh birds
live and fish spawn. On islands to the west, colonies of gulls,
cormorants, terns and herons nest. At the tip of the park are Ontario's
second-oldest operating lighthouse and the original lighthouse keeper's
Visit the Friends
of Presqu'ile web site.
Bringing your own supply of firewood to the park this summer? Please read this.
Direct link to Presqu'ile's park management planning page.