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Big Sandy Bay Conservation Area, Wolfe Island

(35 reviews on the web)
Wildlife Area Nature / Park
Big Sandy Bay Conservation Area is located in Wolfe Island. To visit Big Sandy Bay Conservation Area on your trip to Wolfe Island, use our Wolfe Island vacation planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We decided to take the ferry across to Wolfe Island during our Kingston weekend getaway and once there we decided to follow the signs for the Big Sandy Bay Conservation Area. There were gnats pretty m...  more »
  • Nice quiet beach at the end of a 20 minute walk trail. During summer months expect an admission fee of approximately $9 per adult.  more »
  • the nature walk to the beach was great and once out there just pick your spot to relax. I really enjoyed this place!!  more »
Google
  • A great place to go for a nice casual walk and to enjoy a "secluded" beach area. Small parking lot can get full relatively quickly during the summer months. Short trail takes you to a comfortable sand beach in the middle of the St.Lawrence River.
  • Awesome prices, excellent beach, less crowding than Picton.
  • Great beach, summer and winter. Because of the 15-20 minute hike from the parking lot, not nearly as busy as other sandy beaches around Lake Ontario. Nice big waves after a storm from the West. When the lake is frozen in winter, a whole different experience, but just as beautiful.
  • A bit of a walk but a welcome retreat from city life. A wonderful beach second to none.
  • Worth the visit, but the mayflies were so thick mid-spring that you could hardly breathe without getting them in your nose/mouth.. try and avoid that season