Nestled deep within the heart of Carolinian Canada lies Ontario’s second oldest Provincial Park. Lands that jut into shallow waters, inland creeks, marshes and lush forests make this area a popular stop for numerous species that travel along the main migratory corridor. Forested swamps at Rondeau Provincial Park attract the endangered Prothonotary Warbler that consistently breeds at the park. For campers, there's over 250 campsites to choose from steps from a sandy beach, a protected bay for canoeing & fishing, and great hiking trails. The park is open year-round for day use activities including hiking, skiing, bird watching, canoeing and many other activities; and for camping from April to the last Sunday in October.