A picturesque beach with soft white sands, a 40 km long sand spit and warm shallow waters of Lake Erie make Long Point a popular summer destination. Long Point is located within a designated part of the UNESCO World Biosphere and is home to a diversity of habitats including woodlands, coastal sand dunes, marshes, meadows, sandy beaches and lakeshore. Over 300 different species of birds and over 90 species of butterflies spotted in the region make this area a nature lover’s paradise.

About 450 residents make Long Point their year round home with many more enjoying the summer months at the cottage.  Long Point is a popular tourist destination for boating, beaching, water sports, swimming, fishing, hiking, canoeing, birding and camping.

Long Point Provincial Park is a popular spot from May until October for campers with over 250 campsites, boasting a two kilometer sandy beach, a boat launch and 5km of hiking trails.

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