Keep the Songs Alive | Hike to the Tip | Hike to the Marsh
Traveling as a tour group? Explore this tiny green oasis jutting out into Lake Erie with a guide! Point Pelee National Park offers three group tours.
Browse these sample tours or contact us to create a customized tour to meet your needs.
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Keep the Songs Alive
Park interpreter meets with a group
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Your trip starts at the Visitor Centre where a park interpreter will greet your group. Discover how Point Pelee is working to "keep the songs alive" through our introductory film, then browse the Nature Nook Gift Store where unique gifts, books and souvenirs will satisfy your inner nature lover.
Hop on the shuttle for a trip to the Tip! Have your photo taken as you stand on the most southern point of mainland Canada.
- Group size: 15 to 110 people
- Length: approximately 2 ½ hours
- Cost: $6.80/person
Hike to the Tip with an interpreter
Leave your footprint at the Tip of Canada! Hop on our free shuttle taking you through a canopy of Carolinian forest. Walk to the Tip with a park interpreter. Depending on the time of year you can expect to enjoy beautiful wildflowers, butterflies, birds, winter ice formations, sparkling sunsets and other magnificent sights that will leave you in a state of awe!
- Group size: 15 - 40 people
- Length: 2 ½ hours (includes introductory video)
- Additional fees may apply
Hike to the Marsh with an interpreter
Explore the secrets of Point Pelee’s marshlands on the famous boardwalk trail with a park interpreter. Keep your eyes open for frogs, turtles, muskrats, and dragonflies. Get a bird-eyes view of the marsh from two observation towers.