is a municipality of 61,000 located on the north shore of Lake Erie in Southwestern Ontario, located between Elgin County
and the new Haldimand County. Combining the best of urban and rural life, Norfolk County offers excellent recreation, shopping
and investment opportunities.
Grocery stores, banks, liquor and beer stores are within 5-10 minutes of the
cottages. Major beaches within 10 min. - Long Point, Turkey Point, the Sand Hills, Pt. Burwell
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Area attractions include:
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 popular stopover for migrating birds in fall and spring.
Canoe from the park's boat launch out into extensive marshes. No river routes available
in or near the park.
Long Point is renowned worldwide
as an important refuge and stopover point for migrating birds, especially waterfowl.
Excellent. Boat launch - Yes
Docking facilities - Yes
Exceptional sand beach and shallow swimming area, ideal for families of all ages.
Fish for smallmouth & largemouth bass and yellow perch. Trout, pickeral and salmon fishing at the tip of Long Point
The only provincial park with a golf course, Turkey Point is also a naturalist's paradise. Fishing
Long Point Bay on Lake Erie is one of the most famous bass fishing areas in Ontario, and fishing is also
good for pike, perch and a variety of panfish. Small boats can be rented from the Turkey Point Marine Basin Marina.
two-kilometre sandy beach in the village of Turkey Point and the bay's warm shallow waters provide excellent family swimming.