Port Burwell

Why hit the beach at Port Burwell?

Port Burwell is often referred to as the jewel of Lake Erie’s north shore, and with it's Blue Flag certification for water quality and environmental protection, it's easy to see why! In addition to the clean, sandy beach, you’ll find hiking trails, camping, a cold-war era submarine, a marine museum and historic lighthouse, two marinas, and a provincial park.

 

Who will love it?

FAMILIES

Warm waters, great sand, and beach volleyball courts make this beach a great choice for everyone in the family.

CAMPERS

Set up camp at on of the 232 campsites in the provincial park.

MOTORCYCLISTS

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

BIRDERS

Port Burwell is one of the best locations in Ontario's Southwest to see migrating hawks, vultures and eagles as well as monarch butterflies and dragonflies.

Interesting Excursions

Bring your bike and explore the Lake Erie Waterfront Trail

Step aboard a historic submarine-hunter that served during the Cold War. Explore the HMCS Ojibwa

Check out one of the oldest marine sites on Lake Erie that was built in 1840; the Port Burwell Lighthouse