Why hit the beach at Pinery Provincial Park?

Pinery Provincial Park boasts 10 kilometres of sandy beach on the shores of mighty Lake Huron and National Geographic has described this area as having the “Top Ten Best Sunsets” in the world. The park is home to extremely rare and fragile Oak Savanna and Coastal Dune ecosystems with extraordinary biodiversity.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Beaches


Who will love it?


An excellent sandy beach and extensive interpretive programs make this beach a great choice for families.


Watch for some of the 319 species of birds that fly through the park, including the Scarlet Tanager, Baltimore Oriole and Cerulean Warbler.


Set up camp at 1,000 campsites, including 12 yurts.


Try the Cruise the St. Clair River & Huron Shore Route, a 2.5-hour, 130-km/81-mile ride along the sparkling blue waters of southern Lake Huron and the St. Clair River."

Interesting Excursions

Experience the timeless fun of watching a movie from your own car at Starlite Drive In

Watch exciting action at one of Canada’s premier racing facilities on the track at Grand Bend Motorplex

Catch great live theatre at the Huron Country Playhouse

Take part in the park’s many interactive natural heritage education programs at Pinery Provincial Park

Bike along the 14-kilometre Savanna Trail at Pinery Provincial Park

Rent a canoe, hydro bike, paddleboat or kayak from the park and explore the Old Ausable Channel at Pinery Provincial Park