Directions

From the East (via Highway 401)

  • Folllow Hwy 401 to exit 48 (Cty Rd 35/Hwy 77, Leamington, Comber). Take exit and turn left (south) on Hwy 77
  • Follow Hwy 77 to Hwy3/Cty Rd 33.
  • Turn left (east) on Cty Rd 33*
  • Follow Cty Rd 33 to Cty Rd 20. Turn right on Cty Rd 20
  • Follow Cty Rd 20 approx 200 m to stop sign at Bevel Line
  • Turn left on Bevel Line. This road will become Point Pelee Drive.
  • Follow Point Pelee Drive to the Park Entrance

From the West (via Highway 3)

  • From the Bridge or tunnel, follow directional signs to Hwy 3 east (Leamington)
  • Continue on Hwy 3 east, it will become Cty Rd 33 when it meets Hwy 77/Erie Street
  • Turn left (east) on Cty Rd 33*
  • Follow Cty Rd 33 to Cty Rd 20. Turn right on Cty Rd 20
  • Follow Cty Rd 20 approx 200 m to stop sign at Bevel Line
  • Turn left on Bevel Line. This road will become Point Pelee Drive.
  • Follow Point Pelee Drive to the Park Entrance

*Note – you can continue south on Erie Street and drive through the Town of Leamington.
Follow Erie Street south to Seacliff Drive. Turn left (east) on Seacliff Drive to Bevel Line.
Veer right on Bevel Line and follow this road to the park entrance.

WATCH FOR THE PARKS CANADA BEAVER SYMBOL ON SIGNS TO HELP GUIDE YOU ALONG THE WAY.

Hours and Fees

Hours

Park Hours:
5 am to 10 pm (April 30 – May 23)

Shuttle to the Tip:
6 am to 7 pm

Visitor Centre:
7 am to 3 pm

Nature Nook Gift Store:
7 am to 5 pm

Birder Breakfast:
7am to 12 pm

Camp Henry Office and Gift Store:
9 am to 6 pm

Fees

Daily:

  • Adult – $8.50
  • Senior – $7.25
  • Youth – Free
  • Family/Group – $16.75

Annual Pass:

  • Adult – $41.75
  • Senior – $36.75
  • Youth – Free
  • Family/Group – $83.75

3 Day Birding Pass:
Allows entry to Point Pelee National Park and Hillman Marsh Conservation area on three consecutive days. Available at the park entry kiosk.

  • Family/Group – $49.50
  • Adult – $29.00

Where to Stay and Eat

Where to Stay

In the Park:

Stay in comfort and convenience under the canopy of the Carolinian Forest.

oTENTik are a unique Parks Canada accommodation providing a relaxing, comfortable and easy way to camp! A cross between an A-frame cabin and a prospector tent, on a raised wooden floor, these permanent shelters are ready for your arrival. There are 24 oTENTik nestled in the heart of Point Pelee, making them a great base to explore all the park has to offer.

Reservations:
Reserve by calling 1-877-RESERVE (737-3783) or by visiting Parks Canada Campground Reservation Service. oTENTik are available year-round.

 

In Leamington and Surrounding area

https://spring.onthe42.com/stay

Where to Eat

In the Park:

Birder Breakfast – 7 am to 12 pm
A selection of hot and cold beverages, bagels, muffins and more.
(Served behind the Visitor Centre)

 

In Leamington and Surrounding Area:

https://spring.onthe42.com/restaurants

Weather Conditions

Even though it’s spring, weather conditions can be variable, especially during the first week of May.