Turkey Point Provincial Park, Turkey Point

(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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  • This review is for the beach and not the camping area. The Turkey Point PP beach is located outside of the camping grounds, in the town itself, and is a kilometer or two long, and it is all very sandy...  more »
  • 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...  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...  more »
  • One of the more beautiful Provincial Park. Bring a picnic to make a day out of it. Lots of parking but you will have to pay to park in general admission which varies depending upon the time of year. Make sure to watch for the parking entrance as it's not very well signed from the road. Please drive with caution due to the abundance of Wildlife. Definitely a place to bring your camera and good shoes to walk around.
  • 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 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.
  • By far one of my favourite beaches! It's very clean and the water is very clear with lots of sandbars. One downside is climbing up the sand dunes with arms full of beach equipment but it's definitely worth it!
  • Have not camped here but did some mountain biking and it was a lot of fun, though I preferred the trails closer to Eco Point Adventure Tours.