We've got a great camping destination for you!
Every summer we join friends for our "big" annual camping trip, lasting anywhere from several days to nearly a week, and Long Point is a favourite spots of all our destinations. It checks all our usual camping boxes (clean sites, clean washrooms, a nice blend of lively but not TOO lively atmosphere) and yet it offers so much more than that. Here are our five favourite things about Long Point Provincial Park.
Tenting at Turtle Dunes
Getting a campground right beside the water was a wonderful decision! It was easy and convenient for the families in our group and it made going for a quick swim an easy activity - no packing up all the gear and driving to a different location only to pack it all up again and return when the weather turns or it's time to eat.
Break for snakes! (And other critters too...)
A different way to explore "on foot".
But if you want to swap camping for civilization...
Camping often has a reputation as a "love it or hate it" kind of travel activity but I think Long Point Provincial Park is the perfect place for those in the middle, for anyone's who's a bit hesitant or not sure if camping really is the activity for them. The beauty of the campground and the surrounding area lets you feel like you're truly on vacation and offers everything you want in a travel experience.
Heading to Long Point Provincial Park? Here's more things you should check out in the area!
A Day in Port Dover
The Combine Restaurant of Simcoe
The Cheese Lover's Guide to Norfolk County