Turkey Point Provincial Park, Turkey Point

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Turkey Point Provincial Park is located in Turkey Point, Ontario, Canada and is part of the Ontario Parks system. It is the only Ontario provincial park to include a golf course. The Normandale Fish Hatchery is in the park, and is accessible via one of the hiking trails.
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  • The Washrooms are unclean , unhygienic, No Parking attendant after 5 pm. Its a good place for small children who just like water. Some very rude people encountered in the beach as it is a free entranc...  read more »
  • Great family friendly Provincial Park. Safe, affordable and close enough to the beack (% min drive). Bathrooms were the main thing that needed improvement. Kids activities on Saturday night near the p...  read more »
  • The main beach itself is okay however different sections of the beach have different water quality. I would recommend going to the main strip (which can be quite busy). If you go early you will probab...  read more »
  • We enjoyed our stay here for camping over the weekend. Large spots. Routinely patrolled by staff. Convenient power outlets and water taps to drink fresh water. Convenient washrooms and even had a washer/drawer for $2. Well maintained facility. Heavily wooded so sometimes hard to star gaze from your camp.
  • Carolinian Oak Savanah Forests. Killometers of mountain bike trails. Large spacious park exceptionally well treed and lots of private sites. Good trails for hiking apart from mountain bike trails. Complete facilities shower store etc. And fantastic sand beach shoreline kilometers long. Close access to Long Point Biosphere provincial park. 149 kilometers from Bayview and Eglinton in Toronto. A must visit Provincial park.
  • Awesome beach. Parking was around 14$ in the park lot but was all day and had in and out privileges. There is street parking as well. Not much in the way of food on the main drag but Port Dover is a close enough drive if you're stuck, next time we would bring sandwiches though. Arrive early in the morning if you want a good spot, gets fairly packed in the afternoon. Water was warm, the day was windy so the waves were a bit "high" and there was seaweed built up along the shore, neither of which dampened the day in the slightest. Was definitely worth the trip from the Six.
  • We recently stayed two nights at the Whipporwill camp ground. The camp sites are really dusty, so you feel dirty the whole time you're here and there was only two showers in the vicinity, which there was always a line up for. Also poison ivy everywhere, right at the edge of the campsites! Also, no wifi which isn't a huge deal but we've been to campsites that have it. The beach was really nice though. And the staff were really friendly. We won't book another campsite here in the future.
  • This is a beautiful park if you like privacy in the woods and camping in a tent or pop-up trailer with a gang of your friends or your young family. However, it's not an easy park for the novice RV'er. There are narrow roadways and challenging tree placements on many of the sites. If possible, book a pull thru site -- for at least a fighting chance! Electrical posts can also be at a considerable distance from where you want to place your trailer. If you like a park near water, here you will have to drive to the beach. Once out in the car though, there are plenty of sporting and shopping opportunities in the region. We especially liked taking the Waterfront Trail drive between Turkey Point and Port Dover.
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