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Over 260 bird species have been recorded in the park.
Boats are permitted on Lake Erie but there is no boat launch or docking within the park.
Fun and active educational programs are offered by park staff. Take a hike with the naturalist, join staff at a slide show or stop by an evening campfire program to learn about the park’s natural and cultural environment.
Fish of the limestone rock outcrop for Large and Smallmouth Bass and pickerel.
Woodlot Trail - 2 km
Explore a variety of forest and wetland communities including Carolinian, Oak Savanna and old farm fields that are slowly being reclaimed by the forest. The trail will lead you to a viewing platform built on top of the park’s sand dunes overlooking Lake Erie.
Pet Exercise Trail - .5 km linear trail.
Fall waterfowl hunting is permitted after the park closes. For more information please contact the park (905) 774-6642
There is a 1 km natural sand/pebble beach that runs from the campground to the day-use area. The beach gradually drops off and is not marked with a buoy line. Please note: there are no lifeguards posted at the beach. Pets are only permitted on the far west end of the beach in the day-use area.