Point Pelee National Park of Canada
Tourism, Ontario, Travel Guide
We stayed on the hiking trails as requested and everybody else did so and kept looking for flying squirrels, but did not see a single one. Probably I would have identified it as a bat.
We always studied the posted information. They are a great source for information.
Stop only at the marked parking lots. Rent a bike if you do not want to walk so much. You are much faster and can cover a larger area of the park.
You also can participate in guided tours. They are in English and eventually also in French. Check for details when you are there or visit the official web site. (We do not provide any longer links because we never have been informed when the Internet address was changed)
An additional fee is charged for these tours. Certainly to recommend if you are more interested in education than just sightseeing or relaxing.
We joined very often such guided tours - in Germany as well as in Canada. If you came from far away, you should do that too. Many things which you normally would oversee are pointed out and in addition you will learn new things.
Explore the peninsula
The "Marsh Boardwalk" starts here
Even handicapped people in wheelchair can enjoy the "Marsh Boardwalk". However, they should be accompanied.
Check for turtles
You can rent canoes or kayaks here
There were few visitors on the boardwalk and despite the fact that is was very quiet certain creatures were hiding and I had problems seeing them.
A little companion joined us for a while.
A Canada Goose was not afraid
A geese family
Point Pelee National Park in Southern Ontario
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