Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area
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Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area (NWA) was one of the first sites in Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Protected Areas Network to protect habitat for migratory passerine birds (songbirds). Located at the tip of a long peninsula on the northeast shore of Lake Ontario, at no other…
Home of many migratory birds, more than 300 species have been recorded here. Beautiful place to spend the day, with a picnic, swim or launch your boat in the harbor at the end of long point.
Come experience the spring and fall migrations of many birds. Walk to the old lighthouse, spectacular views!
This is about a 30 minute drive, but it is true County landscape - big flat rocks, lovely clear water for a swim. This is a great place to picnic and spend a few hours as it is not crowded. You can enjoy pitching your spot on the rocks or have a long ramble around.
Home to the Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory, their are hiking trails and private little beaches. Great for a picnic.