November 20, 2018
The Rondeau Provincial Park pier suffered ice damage in January of 2014. For public safety reasons, the pier remains closed until further notice.
The Marsh Tower and boardwalk were severely damaged by ice sheer earlier this year. For public safety reasons, both the Marsh Tower and boardwalk were removed until further notice. Sections of the Marsh Trail were also damaged by high water levels earlier this year causing erosion and instability of the trail itself. The Marsh Trail remains open to park visitors however caution must be taken when traversing these areas of the trail during periods of inclement weather. Options for rehabilitation of the Marsh Tower and the Marsh Trail are currently being explored.
What You'll Like :
11 km of sandy beaches on Lake Erie
Excellent hiking, biking, and rollerblading opportunities
World renowned bird watching destination including the springtime “Festival of Flight” that attracts birdwatchers from across Ontario and the United States.
Fishing and water recreation (canoeing, windsurfing)
Old growth Carolinian forest along with extensive coastal wetland
(519) 674-1750 Size: 3254.00 ha Year established: 1894 Park Classification: Natural Environment