Point Pelee National Park
At the southernmost point of the Canadian mainland - Point Pelee National Park, experience nature like never before. Whether you cycle, paddle, or hike Canada’s second smallest and most ecologically diverse national park, you’ll be immersed in an unforgettable eco-adventure.
Point Pelee National Park is in off-peak operations from November 1 to March 31.
Point Pelee National Park Early Bird pass sale from February 1st until March 31st, 2024.
Parks Canada is inviting up to 6 artists to participate in a 5 day residency program in Point Pelee National Park
Visiting Point Pelee National Park
Things to do all year round including: birding, hiking, canoeing and kayaking, cycling, swimming, camping and more.
How to get here, hours of operation, fees, directions, park rules, rental information and more to help plan your visit.
Camping in oTENTik A-frame cabins located in Camp Henry. Enjoy a comfortable & convenient stay available all year round.
Prices of admissions including: daily admissions, seasonal passes, Parks Canada Discovery Passes, facility rentals, and camping.
Plan ahead and prepare for your visit with important bulletins, information on ticks, unsafe swimming conditions, paddling safety and more.
About Point Pelee National Park
Learn about the wildlife and diverse ecosystems of Point Pelee National Park and conservation projects to protect them.
Access information about the management plan, commercial permits, partners, business licencing, and contact information for Point Pelee National Park.
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