Undiscovered gem. We were there on a Thur. and it felt like we had the park to ourselves. Wish we had more time and bikes to take it all in. The beaches looked great and deserted.
This park has gone down hill over the years.To end up like this is really sad.I remember a time when this park had cottages and a camp ground where you could stay a night or two, so you could live with"nature",my appreciation of nature came from these experiences.But the so called authorities said this park was to fragile for that... More
This is one of the most remarkable places in southern ontario. A gem--an island of paradise in a world of traffic. Most people rush to the Tip--Canada's most southerlu mainland land mass--but the real treasures are along the various nature trails and, of course, the West Beach. Avoid Agust when the stable flies are biting--but catch October when the Monarchs... More
Understanding that this is a time of year when there are non of the spectacular bird migrations that have made this park the park is still worth a visit given its unique location. We have biked in the park in the past and then again and while it is not an extensive ride the flat down and back is pleasurable.... More
It's a pretty unique place in Canada, and always worth the visit. Walking to the point is a must! Be sure to avoid going in the water past about the depth of your ankles; a lot of people have died here because of undertows. It's a very nice place to spend a day. There is lots to do like kayak,... More
Along with friends, we had an empty box on the "life list" to get to Point Pelle fro the migration of birds from the Deep South. Not disappointed, at all.
I love going here to bike and to canoe, the boardwalk through the marsh is great, the beachers are uber clean, and the point is so relaxing. I love walking through the paths and looking at all the great nature. I've never seen the monarchs in the fall, but apparently monarch butterflies swarm the place and cover everything and it's... More
We recently went birding here. Although we were a little late for the "Festival of Birds" spring migration we did see quite a few species. The Park is huge and you can easily spend a day or more exploring all the trails. The boardwalk on the marsh is an excellent place for watching waterfowl. Easy 1 hr drive from Windsor..... More
What a fantastic piece of paradise. This is a flora and fauna lovers dream. The sites and smells and sounds are endless. I could roam this wonderful place endlessly. I will never forget it.
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