Beaches on Lake Erie in Norfolk County include Port Dover beach, the beach at Turkey Point Provincial Park, and the beach at Long Point Provincial Park.
Port Dover Beach
Port Dover is a beautiful and quiet resort town with friendly people and, of course, the scenic beach. Jump into the water for a relaxing swim or soak up the sun on the sand for that South Coast tan. The pier is a focal point for anglers, couples in love, and seniors watching the fishing tugs return with their catches. If you want to hit the open water, the waterfront boasts a great marina and charter tours.
Turkey Point Beach
Turkey Point beach is a long, shallow beach with many sand bars, ideal for families. Parking is available to the left as your enter the village. The beach extends into the cottage areas of Turkey Point, so please observe parking signs and respect the privacy of others.
Long Point Beach
Long Point has an incredible sandy beach on Lake Erie. The beach is part of Long Point Provincial Park, located on the 40-kilometre-long sand spit recognized as a biosphere reserve by the United Nations. Those wishing to use the beach in Long Point are advised to enter Long Point Provincial Park and access the beach from there. The Long Point World Biosphere is a world-renowned refuge and stopover for migrating birds in fall and spring.
For your copy of the Norfolk County Experience Guide and Map, contact us online or call 800-699-9038.