Long Point

Why hit the beach at Long Point Provincial Park?

Long Point Provincial Park is home to a 40-kilometre-long sandspit. The natural landscape is so unique it’s been recognized as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.

Long Point also features mats to make the beach more accessible to people using wheelchairs or strollers.

All inquiries regarding the reopening of Long Point beach can be forwarded to covid-19@norfolkcounty.ca  or call 519-426-5870 ext 9999.

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Who will love it?


Over two kilometres of soft sand, warm water temperatures and interpretive programs during the summer make this beacha great choice for families.


Set up camp at 253 camp sites.


This is one of North America's top bird watching destinations, with over 300 different species of migrating birds and 80+ birds nesting on the Point annually. The Long Point Bird Observatory is located just outside the park and Bird Studies Canada is just a short drive away in Port Rowan.


Try the CRUISE THE COAST ROUTE, a 6-hour, 263-km/163-mile cruise along the scenic north shore of Lake Erie.  

Interesting Excursions

Bring your bike and explore the region on a four-day journey, which begins and ends in St. Thomas on the St. Thomas and Four Ports cycling route

Sip wine, pick your own blueberries and shop at the farm market at Blueberry Hill Estates

Go on a first-class kayak fishing adventure using your feet to paddle out to fishing locations not accessible by boat or other larger watercrafts with Baer Kayak Fishing

Soar through the treetops on a zip line adventure and be sure to check out the observatory experience at Long Point Eco Adventures

Visit some of the nearby wineries on Ontario’s South Coast Wine Trail

Explore the second largest sand peninsula in the world on a five-hour Long Point Sea Kayak Eco-adventure with Grand Experiences

Take a Zodiac boat tour to the tip of Long Point with Long Point Tours