A meandering trail through a mature mixed forest. View many plants and habitat of songbirds, deer and small mammals Spend the whole summer or the weekend at the Long Beach Conservation Area on Lake Erie. Its features include a sandy beach and 275 campsites both serviced and unserviced. Launch your boat, fish, play bocce ball, horseshoes, baseball, or just enjoy your picnic while the children swim or play on the playground. The abundant beach front shoreline is easily Long Beach's main attraction.
The sand and pebble beach is a natural playground for those who swim, sunbathe, boat, sail, fish, sailboard, jet-ski. ..the list is only limited by the imagination. Visitors can stroll the shoreline for miles or open a lawn chair in the shade to enjoy nature's air-conditioner -the great Lake Erie breeze! Exposed limestone rock that makes up part of the Long Beach shoreline offers visitors a chance to examine fossilized remains of ancient flora and fauna. Under the lake's surface, this unique rock-form continues out to a small island which is visible from shore. The result is a natural magnet to great lakes birds and fish, offering them unique shelter, feeding and spawning habitat. But boaters beware the rocks!
Directions: From the QEW Exit 57 (Victoria Avenue, Vineland/Regional Road 24). Travel 23km South on Regional Road #24 to Chambers Corners. Continue straight for 8 km, road becomes "King's Hwy #3. At "tee" in road (stop sign), turn right; go 1 km west on regional road #3. Turn at the first left: Road is known locally at "Station Rd", but remains Regional Road #3. Drive 3km to the stop sign and trun right (west). This road is known as "Lakeshore Rd", but also remains Regional Road #3. Continue along Lakeshore Road 4.5 km to park entrance. Information provided by the Niagara Conservation website.
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