Whether you love to hike a wooded trail, photograph a stunning sunset, glimpse rare bird species during spring and fall migration, paddle a canoe through a wetland brimming with life, picnic on a sandy beach, be dazzled by a kaleidoscope of dragon flies, blue jays and birds of prey or crunch through the pristine snow of a wintry landscape – Point Pelee National Park has it all in every season.


  • ​Paddle the wetlands

    Learn paddling skills from your experienced guide as you explore Point Pelee Marsh on a freighter canoe excursion. Look for beavers, basking turtles, muskrats, herons, frogs, dragonflies dotted amongst the cattails.

  • ​The Festival of Birds

    Experience spring migration at Point Pelee, the “Warbler Capital of Canada.” Enjoy a guided hike, try a Lunch and Learn session or explore on your own. Track your sightings for the 100 Species Challenge!

  • ​Picture that!

    Grab your camera and capture different habitats at our five picture posts where special camera mounts will help you create 360° panoramic photos. Pose for great selfies and share your shots on our Facebook page.