Long Beach Conservation Area

Location: Long Beach, Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: Camping/Day-use

Long Beach Conservation Area
By Niagra Peninsula Conservation Authority

Spend the whole summer or the weekend at the Long Beach Conservation Area on Lake Erie. Features include a sandy beach and 225 serviced and unserviced campsites. Launch your boat, fish, play bocce ball, horseshoes, baseball, or just enjoy your picnic while the children swim or play on the playground. The abundant beach shoreline is Long Beach’s main attraction. The sand and pebble beach is a natural playground for those who swim, sunbathe, boat, sail, fish, sailboard, jet-ski, etc. the list is only limited by the imagination. Visitors can stroll the shoreline or open a lawn chair in the shade to enjoy nature’s air-conditioner – the great Lake Erie breeze!

Forest and lake habitats offer fine opportunities for birdwatching, wildlife viewing and photography. With its location along main migratory routes, observant Long Beach visitors can spot interesting migrating insect, bird and waterfowl species.

Organized and/or sanctioned special events include the Brad Shaw Memorial Horseshoe Tournament and other seasonally scheduled activities. An organized interpretive/education/recreation program offers visitors a great opportunity to have fun while learning more about outdoor recreation, conservation and the natural world. This family-orientated program is a hit with kids!

Hours of Operation
May – October
8:00 AM to 8:00 PM* Daily

Phone 905-899-3462 for more information.

*Admission Fee Applies

Day Use and Camping from the Victoria Day weekend through the fourth weekend in September. Reservations can be made for the camping season that runs from the Friday of Victoria Day weekend through the end of September.

! Total alcohol ban is in effect for Victoria Day and Labour Day weekends.
! Pets must be on a leash at all times.
! No horseback riding permitted