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Fifty Point Conservation Area, Stoney Creek

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  • There is a fee to get into the park. They have a small pond that is stocked with fish that you can fish in. You can sit and watch the boats come and go in Lake Ontario.  more »
  • excellent place to launch your boat, very nice to have a hike around too, you can buy a yearly pass and this gets you into the area conservation areas as well  more »
  • We love this place in the summer. Quick access to do a nice family and friends picnic . It's close by . Husband and I go for walks and grab a bit to eat at the restaurant the boats . It's...  more »
  • I frequent this park in the summer as it is right down the road. However would still visit if further way. It is great for kids as the trails are short but interesting, there is a decent beach for them and the price is right.
  • kids throwing rocks where i was fishing, and when asked to stop threatned to throw one at my head, of course they weren't from canada, i would find a different pond to fish with bigger trout!
  • I live right next to this conservation area and spend here all summer. I also fish here alot
  • We are from Curlew in Northeastern Washington state and stopped here on our way home from our cross countries trip to New Brunswick. This is a beautifully kept park. All the facilities are clean and the staffing could not have been more helpful. We travel with a 23 foot travel trailer and a 136 lb Newfoundland dog. There is a dog beach which is terrific for play time and exercise for our dog, something that isn't all the easy to find. We ended up spending an extra three days just to enjoy some much needed R & R while catching up on laundry and housekeeping. Internet is good enough for checking emails and texting so don't try to stream or download large files (they are not trying to provide their campers with a programmers connection). Would definitely recommend this place to anyone needing a really restful and pleasant stay while in the area.
  • A hidden gem for the whole family. Camping and Trailer hookups available. Marina and Restaurant and great... Bike trails and ice cream strategically placed along the way. A lot of fun.