Why hit the beach at Rondeau Provincial Park?

Ontario’s second-oldest provincial park has 11 kilometers of sandy beaches and boasts excellent hiking, fishing, boating, biking, rollerblading and birding.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Beaches


Who will love it?


Kids will love running on over 11 kilometres of soft sand and the warm Lake Erie waves.


Set up camp at 262 on-site campsites, or stay at one of several nearby camping options.


Watch for 335 bird species, includeing the endangered Prothonotary Warbler and rarities like Townsend's Solitaire, Yellow-throated Warbler and Painted Bunting.


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

Interesting Excursions

Take lessons in wakeboarding, waterskiing, kneeboarding and more on local waterways from Erieau Wakeboard and Watersports School

Learn about the region’s important role in the Underground Railroad at Buxton National Historic Site & Museum

Check out outdoor and home curiosities and enjoy lunch just 35 minutes east on the historic Talbot Trail at the Crazy 8 Barn

Explore the beautifully landscaped county park and zoo that is home to domestic and exotic animals including tigers, lions, jaguars, cougars and zebras at Morpeth's Greenview Aviaries Park and Zoo

As an educational facility with displays of park features, wildlife and human history, you can watch live animals during the summer and the visitors to our feeders through a birding garden window at Rondeau Provincial Park