Located 50 km (30 miles) south-east of Windsor, Ontario, Point Pelee National Park of Canada is one of Canada's smallest national parks, and yet this tiny green oasis attracts approximately 300,000 visitors each year.

Point Pelee brings people and the environment together. From picnic areas to the Visitor Centre, to famous vistas like the Tip and the Marsh Boardwalk, all facilities and services are designed to ensure a memorable experience and to preserve the Park's natural environment.


Geography and the moderating effects of Lake Erie have allowed southern plants and animals to flourish at Point Pelee. Learn more about the conservation efforts taking place in the park: 

About conservation and restoration


Point Pelee National Park comes alive with flocks of migratory birds in the spring, buzzing cicada in the summer, and waves of vivid monarch butterflies in the fall.

About park fauna


Point Pelee National Park is the most southern point of mainland Canada, in an area called the Carolinian zone.

Discover unique features

About the park environment