Point Pelee National Park


Located 50 km (30 miles) south-east of Windsor, Ontario, Point Pelee National Park of Canada is one of Canada's smallest national parks, and yet this tiny green oasis attracts approximately 300 000 visitors each year.

Incredible summer activities include:
Dark Sky Night
Canoeing & Kayaking
Hiking & Walking
Shuttle to the Tip

The park is reknown for its bird & butterfly watching. More than 370 species of birds have been recorded in Point Pelee and the surrounding area, making this one of the premiere birdwatching locations in North America. Point Pelee is an important migratory stop-over for neo-tropical migrants, both in the autumn and fall. As well, its Carolinian Forest provides breeding habitat for species that are rarely found elsewhere in Canada.

Point Pelee National Park is renowned as the best location in inland North America to observe the northward migration of songbirds.

Every autumn, Point Pelee National Park and vicinity is visited by enormous numbers of migrant birds.

Monarch butterflies are one of the most recognizable species in Canada. While they have been spotted on almost every continent in the world and colonies have established in some tropical climates, the migratory population of North America is a unique natural phenomena. Come to Point Pelee to learn about this species & observe their incredible migration.

  • Hours of Operation : See website for more information
  • Customer Reviews: 0
  • Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

Map View