Point Pelee and Pelee Island Travel Guide

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Point Pelee National Park

Point Pelee National Park

Joseph Hollick

Point Pelee National Park extends from the mainland of southwestern Ontario into Lake Erie as peninsula of land that tapers to a sharp point. It consists of marshes and woodland habitats ideal for bird watching especially during migrations.

Beyond the tip of Point Pelee lies Pelee Island which is the southernmost point in Canada. Pelee Island is home to nearly 300 permanent residents, with the population rising to around 1,500 during the summer months. The Island is a natural place to enjoy nature, to walk on beaches, to swim or fish for walleye and bass.

Ferry service is available from mid-March to mid-December from both Canada (Leamington or Kingsville) and United States (Sandusky Ohio). Make sure to check your departure location, and don’t forget to make a reservation for your vehicle!


May 12, 2008 new by waterfalls (1 point)

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