Sandbanks Provincial Park
It's beautiful. From the park's web site: - World’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation - Three expansive sandy beaches that some say are among the best in Canada; Outlet Beach is perfect for families, with shallow waters and gentle drop off - Location jutting out into Lake Ontario means…
Use the park pass to bypass the entry line and explore one of Ontario's natural pleasures. Sandy beach, with plenty of space, but my favorite part are the dunes. Its a quick hike to the dunes and the terrain is hilly, but the sand is soft and gorgeous.
The world’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation with three expansive sandy beaches that some say are among the best in Canada. The Outlet Beach is perfect for families, with shallow waters and gentle drop off. Plenty of walking trails that allow visitors to experience the dune and wetland…
This is the most sought after area in PEC. Get there early to avoid being turned away at the gates- especially on weekends! Enjoy the option of three main beaches and endless picnic areas! The views from everywhere are breathtaking!
Sandbanks Provincial Park is a provincial park located on Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County near Picton (40 min drive) , Ontario, Canada. It is noted for its picturesque sand dunes and beaches. It also has the world's largest fresh water sand bar and dune system
One of the best beaches in the world! All guests have use of our Parks pass which gives you free day use of the park (one vehicle) and you get to skip the line up too!
Famous sandy beaches and a number of trails for gentle to medium hikes, bird watching, and beautiful views of the lake.
One of the most beautiful beaches in Canada is located just 40 minutes away! Kilometres of soft sand and warm shallow water make this a perfect family day.
Sandbanks Provincial Park has the most beautiful sandy beaches. Outlet beach is on Lake Ontario. for you bird watchers...Because the outlet beach juts out into lake Ontario, it funnels birds travelling north or south across the lake..making it a migration hotspot. ( according to their website)…
beaches! There is a park fee for day use but there are lovely beaches and swimming here when the weather is nice.
An absolutely beautiful provincial park. We always suggest Lake Shore Lodge, Dunes Beach and Outlet Beach. All of these are short drives from our property and can also be easily biked to. The trail between dunes Beach and Lake Shore Lodge is epic as it the trail that wraps the tip of the peninsula…
One of the best beaches in Canada. We provide you with a daily pass so you don't pay an entrance fee and you don't have to line up.
A marvelous collection of flat sandy beaches, sand dunes, nature trails, & limestone beach, the Sandbanks is a must see for everyone of all ages! Skip the parking fees, we have a park pass available!