COVID-19 : Please check icons on the Introduction tab for information about availability of certain activities and facilities listed below due to public health restrictions.
Barrier-free laundry facilities, showers and flush toilets are provided. An all- terrain beach wheelchair is available for loan. It is not motorized, but works in most dry beach conditions.
No boat launch is available in the park however this service is offered a short distance from the park.
Comfort Stations are centrally located in all three campgrounds.
Large picnic grounds in the day use area offer many amenities including a picnic shelter, washrooms, barbecues, shaded areas and easy access to the beach. The upgraded facilities are well maintained and this park is an excellent place for family reunions or group picnics, offering an amazing beach and the warm, shallow water of Lake Erie to swim in.
Each of the three park campgrounds has a Comfort Station with flush toilets.
Laundry facilities are located at Alzora, Leander and Iroquois Campground Comfort Stations.
Park stores are located at both the day use and campground entrances. Basic camping supplies, hard-scooped ice cream, confectionary, clothing and souvenirs are available.
Pet Exercise Area
The dog beach is accessible from the most easterly access of day use parking lot #1 (P1). Please note that dogs must remain on a leash at all times, expect in the designated off-leash area, located east of the dog beach.
A picnic shelter may be reserved and is centrally located in the day use area in close proximity to the beach and water. A great facility in which to enjoy the day with a large group of family and friends. Reservations can be made online or by phone.
Trailer storage is available for rent. For more information call the park at (519) 874-4691. An all-terrain beach wheelchair is available for loan. It is non-motorized, but works in most dry beach conditions.
Extension cords are available to rent at the Campground Office.
For a $25 refundable deposit, visitors can borrow a properly fitted Personal Floatation Device (PFD). Staff can provide additional information and can outfit visitors with a PFD at the day use gate.
Park staff provides interpretive and recreational programs during the summer season (July 1st to Labour Day)