Get a comfortable hotel stay plus a pass to explore one of three beautiful provincial parks in the region: Presqu'ile, Sandbanks and North Beach.
1km of marsh boardwalk accesses the largest protected marsh on the north shore of Lake Ontario. Presqu’ile Provincial Park operates two Visitor Centres: the Nature Centre open daily in summer and the Lighthouse Centre open daily in summer and on weekends in the spring and fall. The park is home to the second oldest operating lighthouse in Ontario and the site of world class spring bird migration – waterfowl in March, warblers and shorebirds in May.
Home to the world’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation, Sandbanks’ Outlet Beach is perfect for families, with shallow waters and gentle drop off. The park’s walking trails allow visitors to experience the dunes and wetland habitats, and daily interpretive programming is on offer for the whole family during summer months. Sandbanks is a great starting point to explore Prince Edward County: known for its bicycle touring, wineries, food and antiques
A quieter park than its more famous neighbour – Sandbanks, North Beach offers a kilometre-long ribbon of sand shelters along the shore of Lake Ontario. The sandy beach is perfect for summer picnics, and the waves of Lake Ontario provide hours of lakeside fun. The protected bay side of the beach is more sheltered and calm, meaning that North Beach has the best of both worlds when it comes to enjoying the water.
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