Presqu'ile Provincial Park BeachThe silver sands of Presquile offers remarkable site of still camping. This is a unique location in sandy peninsula on the way to Lake Ontario with easy access due to its geographical location between Kingston and Toronto. The famous Presqu'ile Park's is known for its focused efforts of the park authorities for renewed understanding of the nature. It is just about a couple of hour drive from Toronto. The park is home to thousands of birds. The beach around is obsessive in the summer months providing admirable grounds for camping. Most of the tourists repeat the visit to Presquile Beach with unforgettable camping experience due to lavishness of natural attraction.
The adventure never ceases to be on your side. Even when strong winds do not let the sea to be as friendly for kayaking, you have the option for canoeing in the lake; the huge body of Lake Ontario is good for continuing with water sports. Presquile Park has six trails for beach hiking; Pioneer Trail is the longest trail of 3.8 Km length in all with thrilling loops. Hiking on a wheelchair across Marsh Boardwalk is an experience for watching wildlife.
Presquile Beach has a long shoreline, inviting you to explore all its fabulous natural treasure along the lengths. You can explore the lengths of shoreline on a bicycle, well managed bicycle trails have been developed connecting the Presquile Park roads with the silver beaches. For visiting Macauley Mountain, you can take up the journey as a mountain biker in summer months.
The nature bursts out opening it secret beauty in Presquile Beach. Winter months do not leave you stranded up in the kingdom of ice, but again the place has plenty to offer you to keep enjoying touring Presquile Beach. Enjoy well-maintained ski trials with the snowshoes exploring the friendly countryside on cross country routes. It is a 16 km long cross country trail maintained by the park for the tourists to spend happy times. Specific trails are maintained for Macauley Mountain cross country hiking. The way to mountain trail starts near Picton in prince Edward County.
Presquile Park is a supportive habitat for a wide variety of flora and fauna. The low wet areas behind natural sand dunes are called panes. You may be aware that panes are habitat a number of particular rare species of plants, some of these plants bear very attractively colored flowers during summer bloom. For lovable shades of pink, Gerardias and Obedient are famous; Ladies' Tresses Orchids and Grass-of-Parnassus are known for the whites. Millions of Monarch butterflies come over to the park from Mexico. The admixture of sand and conifer forests, make this peninsular region a nesting ground of over thousand species of birds. Watching the Bird in the park is spectacular in spring. Presqu'ile Park gets hundreds of migratory birds everyday from areas all around. A t this place, you can see many birds waiting for the ice to melt to continue their journey further to the north. You will find a number of water birds like Herring gulls, Ring-billed gulls, great Blue Herons, Common Terns, Caspian Terns and more. You are bound to say a camping to be unique experience.
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