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We have camped here for many years, the sites are large and spacious but book up very quickly. The Dunes sites are great with the sand dunes right at the back of your site to climb over to many miles of beach. The beach you...More
For a large recreational provincial park, the invasive Poison Ivy was literally everywhere. Campsites and trails were surrounded in thick blankets of this plant. We had to walk through a dense mass of the plant to get to the electrical post. Trails and boardwalks had...More
All of the staff were courteous and friendly. We stayed in a yurt, which was clean and better than expected. My two pet peeves are the beehive feeling of the campground and the need to drive everywhere. You could rent a bike, but at $40...More
Using Sandbanks, our favourite provincial park, as a comparison Pinery is a great park but for me not as good as Sandbanks.
The beach is super long but not very wide (from water to the dune). While beach is great my complaint is that it...More
Usually when we want to hit the beach for the day we head out to Grand Bend on Lake Huron, but this time we went 5 minutes up the highway to Pinery Provincial Park. For $17.50 we purchased a day pass that allowed us access...More
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We were there mid June (14-16) and we did see quite a few (4 in total). It is a high risk area for ticks so we were very thorough in checking ourselves/clothes/tents, etc frequently. If you follow proper precautions you... More
We were there mid June (14-16) and we did see quite a few (4 in total). It is a high risk area for ticks so we were very thorough in checking ourselves/clothes/tents, etc frequently. If you follow proper precautions you should be OK.