Selkirk Provincial Park

Location: Haldimand, Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 73 hectares

Selkirk Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

A banding station here has recorded visits from migrating sandpipers and kingfishers, ducks and herons to the marshes and meadows by Spring Creek. Opossum live in the oak and hickory woods. This shore near Port Dover once sheltered fishing boats and shallow Lake Erie still yields lots of perch, bass and catfish.

151 sites in total, 88 of which have electrical service. (20 of the electrical sites are available for monthly reservation).

Group Camping
There are two group camping sites that can accommodate 30 people each. Both have washrooms on site and water taps nearby. The sites are close to the picnic area, and a few minutes from the water. It is a ten minute walk to the comfort station. The area is available for use by any quiet group. Reservations can be made by calling the park directly at (905) 776-2600.

Picnics and Day Use
Large day use picnic area located near lake and playground.
Electric Sites - 62
Barrier Free Access - Showers, Flush Toilets, Laundromat
Park Store - Yes (located at park registration office)
Showers - Yes
Flush Toilets - Yes (located at main comfort station in Loop #2)
Laundromat - Yes
Play Area
Yes (small playground/volleyball court located in day use area near lake)
Boat Launch
Yes (suitable for canoes and small car top boats although due to current low lake levels, boat launch is not useable)

The Wheeler's Walk Trail 2km (1 hour) easy
This trail winds through the woods and meadows of the park. A short boardwalk spans the marsh providing a close up look at a wetland environment.

Perch, smallmouth bass, sheepshead, channel catfish and pike can be found in the water.

For more information:
Selkirk Provincial Park
Selkirk, Ontario
N0A 1P0