Norfolk Conservation Area

Location: Port Ryerse, Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: Conservation/Camping Area
Length/Size: 46 acres

Norfolk Conservation Area
By Long Point Region Conservation Authority

Located 1.6 km west of Port Ryerse on the Lakeshore Road (exit off Hwy 24 south at Kitchen Road)

Norfolk Conservation Area is a 46-acre public recreation and conservation property bordering Lake Erie. It’s scenic lakefront setting and range of facilities makes Norfolk Conservation Area an ideal spot for an overnight stay or a day in the great outdoors. Three campground areas provide a mix of services from unserviced sites to 98 campsites with electrical and water hook-ups and 50 campsites with electrical, water and sewer hookups. Two covered pavilions can be reserved for group picnics or functions. The park is conveniently located close to several boat launches providing access to fishing in Lake Erie. Norfolk Conservation Area is open May 1 until October 15. An alcohol ban is in effect during the Victoria Day holiday weekend.

164 campsites; 50 fully serviced; tent only area
group camping area for organized youth groups
washrooms with showers
laundry facilities
dumping station
unsupervised swimming in Lake Erie
play equipment areas
beach volley ball court
baseball field & horseshoe pits
picnic pavilions & BBQ
fishing on Young Creek
close to Port Dover & Simcoe (events & attractions)
boating on Lake Erie (Long Point Bay & Port Dover)

We encourage you to make use of the many recreation opportunities on this property. Should you have any questions concerning this area or wish information on other Conservation Areas, please do not hesitate to ask the staff. Contact Norfolk Conservation Area at 519-428-1460 during the park season for campsite reservations, to book a picnic pavilion or to inquiry about youth group camping. During the off-season (Oct 15 – April 30) questions can be directed to the LPRCA’s Administration Office at 519-842-4242 or 1-888-231-5408.