Point Pelee is located in Leamington Ontario. Its a 10-kilometre sandpit with its southern point equal in latitude to the northern border of California, contains one of Canada's smallest but most unusual national parks. A thin triangle jutting into Lake Erie at the southernmost point of Canada, the 20 square kilometre landscape boasts a unique blend of vegetation in the marshes, jungle-like Carolinian forest, Savannah grasslands and unpredictable beachfront, supporting a complexity of wildlife. The early attraction the peninsula had for the first people to come in search of game, continues in the overwhelming popularity the park has amongst bird watchers and day visitors. Although there is no camping in this national park it is a wonderful place to take the family on a day trip. They have transportation to and from area’s of the park if you don’t feel like walking to the more remote area’s and staff on hand to explain the wildlife that not only make the point their home year around, but those that make the point their annual stop over as they migrate back and forth. There are beautiful beaches, board walks through out the wet lands and trails to wonder through and to enjoy all that the point has to offer all of us. If you’ve never been the Point Pelee national park then take a look at this web site and make some plains to come visit. If you’re a bird watcher you’ll be in heaven.
Note: The price to enter maybe different as I haven't bin to the point for a few years and it changes all the time.
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