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Inverhuron Provincial Park
  Natural Features Inverhuron is popular for its sandy beach, dunes and magnificent sunsets. Once a favourite camping destination, for the past 29 years Inverhuron has been open for day use only.  However, as of July 8t...
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Long Point Provincial Park
Natural Features This park is part of a 40-kilometre-long sandspit in Lake Erie which is recognized as a biosphere reserve by the United Nations.  It is a world-renowned refuge and stopover for migrating birds in fall and spring...
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MacGregor Point Provincial Park
Natural Features A complex ecosystem unfolds at this all-season park on a seven-kilometre stretch of coast on Lake Huron. Guided walks by the shore and through silver maple swamps, cattail marshes, ponds, fens and bogs reveal unusual inha...
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Pinery Provincial Park
Natural Features at Pinery Provincial Park At Pinery Provincial Park, situated on the shore of Lake Huron, there are a number of sand dunes roll back from the shore to meet groups of towering oaks, the largest oak savanna woodlands rem...
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Point Farms Provincial Park
One hundred years ago, this recreation park was the site of a Victorian resort called Point Farm Hotel. Today, the site is a recreation park combining a colourful past with a pleasant, rural environment.  This park, north of Goderich i...
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Port Burwell Provincial Park
Natural Features This park in Canada’s “Deep South” is one of the best for witnessing spring migrations of songbirds and fall migrations of raptors, monarch butterflies, blue jays and dragonflies.   Steep bluff...
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Rockpoint Provincial Park
Natural Features At Rockpoint Provincial Park there are exposed fossils embedded in limestone shelves along the beach which suggests that this peninsula was a coral reef 350 million years ago.  A platform above the sand dunes offers ...
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Rondeau Provincial Park
Natural Features Rondeau provincial park features delicate dunes stubbled with hardy grasses and marshlands where herons, bitterns and rails nest.  Beech, sassafras, sugar maple, shagbark hickory and tulip trees thrive in one of Cana...
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Sauble Falls Provincial Park
Natural Features Visits to the park in the spring and fall reveal the awesome power of water rushing over the falls and the upstream struggle of chinook salmon and rainbow trout. Flanked by immature forest, the falls are used to powe...
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Selkirk Provincial Park
Natural Features A banding station in Selkirk provincial park has recorded visits from migrating sandpipers, kingfishers, ducks and herons to the marshes and meadows by Spring Creek.  This shore near Port Dover once sheltered fishing...
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Turkey Point Provincial Park
Natural Features Turkey Point Provincial Park is a naturalist’s paradise.   Its diverse ecosystem includes marshes, bluffs and oak savanna in the lush forests.  Hiking trails lead to a fish culture station, a hatchery...
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Wheatley Provincial Park
Natural Features Wheatly is located in Ontario’s southernmost tip and this provincial park offers a shelter for many creatures.  Migrating birds stop here, turtles sun on logs and herons wade in the shallow creeks.  A typi...
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