Little Bluff Conservation Area

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Little Bluff Conservation Area

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Daniel
Quebec, Canada6 contributions
Jul. 2021
It could be the season but bugs were just too much.. There was a lot. Not much to do there other than chilling.. the rocky beach is loaded of black spider... they must be attracted by the bugs I guess..
Written September 26, 2021
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frazzj
Toronto, Ontario, Canada61 contributions
Sep. 2021
Beautiful, clear water, peaceful. We loved it! So nice to swim at a beach without worrying about sand
Written September 9, 2021
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Connector307415
4 contributions
Aug. 2020
Little Bluff closed due to abuse by visitors.. conservation area does not allow fires or camping but people are doing it when they cannot get into the provincial park. Garbage and human "skat" being left behind. No respect for the habitat and environment so the place has been closed down until further notice. Sadly, this will be what happens to all of the PE County sites until we smarten up and show some respect. Saw people camping on lawns and in fields. Big push back from locals. Best to make reservations before coming here, and if doing a day trip, do not do it on a weekend. No sense in it. And take you garbage home with you. Least that can be done.
Written August 4, 2020
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to_travel_is_my_life
Trenton, Canada172 contributions
Jul. 2019 • Family
We were staying in the Sandbanks area and we decided to do an outing. Little Bluff Conservation Area had been recommended. We found it easily and paid Quinte Conservation $5 for parking using our mobile phone. There are two trails (red and blue). We took the cliff trail and appreciated the great views of Lake Ontario. But stay inside the railing and keep an eye on children as you are walking near the edge of cliff. This trail eventually merges with the trail that leads you down to the beach. It is steep but there is a railing to hold onto and it's not very long. We had the beach to ourselves and we really enjoyed the views of the bay and the lake. Some family members did go into the cold water. There were snakes in the water, but they were afraid of us. Also, be careful, because there is a quick drop-off in the water. I would recommend staying close to the shore to be on the safe side. There were two sailboats anchored in the bay. It was a very pleasant few hours and we definitely enjoyed ourselves. The rocks on the beach are great for skipping rocks. Another great adventure away from the crowds!
Written July 22, 2019
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CrazyCanuck2012
Toronto, Canada46 contributions
Aug. 2018 • Solo
A hidden gem in the South Shore region of Prince Edward County. A short walking trail along the top of the bluffs with gorgeous views of the lake (heed the warning signs and fence and don't get too close to the edge). Also a beautiful and quiet rocky beach down below for those who want something more peaceful than Sandbanks. Note: It's a steep uneven path down to the beach, so it's not easily accessible to everyone (good thing or it might become too popular). All in all, a relaxing place to spend a couple of hours.
Written August 22, 2018
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oddbird2
Ontario, Canada52 contributions
Jul. 2018 • Couples
We went here to take the dog for a hike. It doesn't have super long trails but the cliff walk had a nice view. There's an abandoned grainery on the one trail. However the cobble beach ended up being a nice little surprise - it's not a bad place to swim and when we were there we saw 3 other families but otherwise it was pretty secluded. Not a bad alternative when the beaches at the local Provincial Parks are too crowded (if your willing to trade rocks for sand though!)
Written August 10, 2018
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hopeful6662014
Belleville, Canada2 contributions
Jun. 2016 • Couples
Been there, it is nice and relaxing. Little bit of history as well. Clear water. Nice swimming excellent skipping rock area, peaceful.
Written May 8, 2017
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annie_0037
Toronto, Ontario7 contributions
Jul. 2016
My partner and I have visited Little Bluff many times and always enjoy the peaceful beauty of this part of the County. The swimming is great too.
Written November 16, 2016
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JillWilkeveld
Streetsville, Canada27 contributions
Sep. 2016
Started as a side trip and ended in a history lesson.
Who knew that PEC was once the bread basket of Easter Canada- lots of barley was once shipped from here to The US. Worth a visit for the views too!
Written September 12, 2016
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tvpappy
Picton, Canada835 contributions
Jul. 2016
I hesitate to share my thoughts here, lest a bunch of people decide to descend upon this hidden gem. Until then, I will keep coming here and enjoying the crystal clear water, the amazing views, and the beautiful serenity.
Written July 20, 2016
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