All comfort stations within the park have barrier-free access. A one kilometre loop at the beginning of the Sandbanks Dunes Trail is barrier-free.
A boat launch is located in the Outlet River A Campground. It is suitable for boats less than 18 feet. Boat launch facilities for larger boats are available outside the park.
Comfort stations complete with showers, flush toilets and laundry facilities are located in all campgrounds at Sandbanks with the exception of Richardson campground.
Outlet Beach, Lakeshore and Dunes Beaches are popular day-use areas. All three have sandy beaches with emergency phones (but no lifeguards). Picnic tables are also available. Dunes Beach has three mini picnic shelters close to the beach which can be reserved online or by phone.
Flush toilets are located in all campground comfort stations. The Outlet, Sandbanks and Dunes Day-Use areas have outhouses or vault privies.
Laundry facilities are located in each one of the campground comfort stations.
The Friends of Sandbanks Nature Shoppe is located at the Visitor Center and is stocked with a variety of Sandbanks souvenirs, clothing items, artwork, nature books, guides and much more. The Shoppe is open in the summer and weekends, in the spring and fall.
Currah’s Park Store and Grill located at the Outlet Beach Day-Use area offers visitors a full line of camping supplies, ice, beach toys, groceries and souvenirs. The restaurant features fresh salads, vegetarian dishes, home made pizza and traditional grill favourites.
Currah’s Dunes Grill and Patio is located at the Dunes Beach overlooking the sand dunes and offers ice cream and grill favourites.
There are two large picnic shelters in the park, one located at the Dunes Day-Use area and the second located at the Outlet Beach area by the amphitheatre. Reservations can be made online or by phone, or by calling the park directly at 613-393-3319.
Canoes and kayaks are available for rent at the woodlot. Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are available for loan with a $30 refundable deposit. Visitors can also borrow free of charge fishing rods and tackle through the Tackleshare program.
An all-terrain beach wheelchair is available to borrow, courtesy of The Friends of Sandbanks Park.
The Visitor Centre is located in the Outlet Beach area by the Park Office. The Visitor Center offers an opportunity to learn more about Sandbanks history and natural features through displays and exhibits. Displays include live reptiles, amphibians and fish, as well as examples of some of the more common plant life found at Sandbanks.