Point Farms

Biking

Trails and roadways are available for cycling.

Birding

The park offers a wide range of habitat that hosts a variety of birds. Some of which include turkeys, Red-tailed Hawks, Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers, chickadees, Orioles, Blue Jays.

Boating

There is no boat ramp within the park.

Fishing

Fishing is popular in the nearby Maitland River and from the pier in the town of Goderich.

Hiking

Old Farms Trail – 4km (1.5 hours), loop, easy
Take a leisurely walk through areas that were once old farm fields and orchards.

Under the Bluff Trail - 0.5 km (20 minutes) linear, easy
Walk beneath a mixed wood forest while listening to the birds above and waves from nearby Lake Huron.

Ravine Trail - 1 km (30 minutes) linear, moderate
A more challenging hike with rugged terrain and steep inclines that wind along side of a ravine. Steps to the beach can be accessed at the end of the trail.

Hunting

Hunting for small game is permitted in designated areas after the park closes in October. Contact the Park Office for more information.

Swimming

There is a beautiful natural, sandy beach located north of the point and easily accessible from the Colborne Campground and beach parking lot. Please note: there are no lifeguards posted at the beaches. Pets are only permitted in the designated area.

Winter Activities

The park is closed in the winter however cross-country skiing and hiking is permitted on roads and trails. Snowmobiling on roadways only is also permitted.