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Go. See the beach. You'll stay. The park is very nice too, there are many amazing tent sites right near the beach, a couple in the dunes. RV sites are level, some had water issues after heavy rains, but not effecting Campers
We tried out long point provincial park hearing that it’s a nice beach.
Well it’s a very very very good beach!!
There are two public beach areas and a couple campground beach areas. All with awesome sand on the beach and nice sandy shallow water...More
We arrived to a completely flooded campground, which could have been avoided if the Park had put the appropriate measures into place.
We were supposed to be together with four of our families, but got completely separated upon arrival. We have planned this trip for...More
Just got back from a wonderful weekend of camping in Long Point. We stayed in the Monarch area at site 354. By far, it's the most private site in the entire area but we booked it 6 months ago! Best for morning shade, not much...More
We camped for 5 nights on site 337 in Monarchs rest. Always had some shade and was large. Lots of room for kids to play. Some poison ivy around perimeter to avoid. Kids loved fishing off boat launch dock and playing in the park. No...More
They certainly didn't ruin our holiday. We found two (one on our dog, other on a 13 year old girl) and removed them without any incident. You just have to be vigilant but wasn't a big deal. Especially, given you can get... More
They certainly didn't ruin our holiday. We found two (one on our dog, other on a 13 year old girl) and removed them without any incident. You just have to be vigilant but wasn't a big deal. Especially, given you can get ticks in your backyard now!