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Fifty Point Conservation Area Trail


Fifty Point is particularly proud to have one of the warmest and cleanest beaches on western Lake Ontario. Change rooms are conveniently located at the nearby beach house. Visitors can also enjoy a fabulous lakefront view by walking our promenade or while relaxing at conveniently located benches and shaded areas.The marina is one of the best on western Lake Ontario, with docking spaces for 320 boats and a double boat launch. Other marina facilities include a fully serviced gas dock and pump-out station, visitor docks, hydro hook-ups, water, showers, washrooms, a Laundromat and winter storage facilities.

Anglers will love the variety of fishing opportunities at Fifty Point. Fish for salmon in Lake Ontario or catch rainbow trout and largemouth bass in the conservation area's stocked pond. Salmon charters are available at the marina. A fishing license is not required at the pond. This 190 acre park has everything that you would expect from a conservation area, including camping, picnic areas, hiking trails, and fishing. You can fish in Lake Ontario, or in the stocked fishing pond for rainbow trout and bass.

Directions: 1479 Baseline Road in Winona.

Information provided by the Hamilton Conservation website.



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