Ontario’s second oldest provincial park is home to 11 km of beautiful sand dune beaches. This escape from reality can only be found along Lake Erie, surrounded by rare, centuries-old trees that are simply begging to be explored. Here’s what to know about Rondeau Provincial Park.

Located just about three hours west of Toronto is Rondeau Provincial Park. It has a home right on the Lake Erie side of the Rondeau peninsula.

According to Ontario Parks, if you’re on the hunt for fun outdoor activities, this park is perfect for hiking, biking and rollerblading.

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You can also hit the water and go canoeing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding – take your pick!

For you bird fans out there, this park is a “world-renowned bird watching destination including the springtime ‘Festival of Flight’ that attracts birdwatchers from across Ontario and the United States.”

As for cyclists, you can enjoy 38.5 km of trails and even explore its mature Carolinian forest, cycle past 200-year-old trees, and its rare Oak Savanna.

If Ontario’s forests could talk, we’re sure they’d have a lot to share.

If you’re in awe of its bountiful history, you can also go for a hike through four of its active walking trails.

Now if you’re ready to cool off, head to its bushes. Enjoy 11 km of its beautiful sandy coast.

But be aware! Tread lightly and don’t move the driftwood.

According to Ontario Parks,  “these beach and dune habitats are home to many species at risk including the endangered Fowler’s Toad and Common Five-lined Skink.”

It’s time to be one with nature and explore all Ontario has to offer this spring.

Rondeau Provincial Park

Where: 18050 Rondeau Park Road, Morpeth, ON