Long Beach

Notice

THE CONSERVATION AREA IS OPEN FOR PASSIVE RECREATION SUCH AS HIKING AND NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY. FOR 2022 SEASONAL CAMPING INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL AFTER JANUARY 3 TO INQUIRE ABOUT AVAILABILITY.

905-899-3462

12965 Lakeshore Rd, Wainfleet, ON L0S 1V0

info@npca.ca

Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m

​Monday to Sunday

8AM - 8PM

Starting Victoria Day Weekend until Thanksgiving Monday.

BEACH CONDITIONS

174 E.coli (cfu/100mL) Geometric Mean
Tested August 30, 2021

Always use caution when swimming in natural waters
More on beach conditions

Fees

Vehicle and Driver - $13.00
Vehicle and Senior/Student Driver - $9.75
Additional Passenger - Adult - $4.50
Additional Passenger - Senior/Student - $3.50
Max Car - $26.50
Bus (over 20) - $143.00
Auto Gate Peak Season (No Attendant) - $13.00
Camping Non-Serviced (single night) - $50.94
Camping 15Amp (single night) - $55.73
Camping 15Amp Premium (single night) - $60.52
Camping 30Amp (single night) - $62.92
Camping 30Amp Premium (single night) - $65.31
Camping 15Amp (Seasonal) - $2,810.86
Camping 15Amp Premium (Seasonal) - $3,077.94
Camping 30Amp (Seasonal) - $3,211.61
Camping 30Amp Premium (Seasonal) - $3,472.25
Camping 30Amp Premium (Ridge) - $3,838.99
Reservation Fee - $12.00
Change/Cancellation Fee - $8.00
Parking
Weddings
Picnic
Sailing
Fire
Boating
Water Skiing
Canoeing
Fishing
Geocaching
Camping
Forest
Hiking
Birding
Swimming
BBQ
RV
Cabin
Beach
Volleyball
Playground
Hunting
Winter
Splashpad
Ziplining
Wakeboarding
Paddleboarding
Washroom

 

Winter Notice:

NPCA conservation areas remain open over the winter season. Please be advised that parking areas and trails are not winterized, and are used at your own risk. Use caution at all times, and prepare appropriately for the weather and trail conditions.

The NPCA does not monitor ice conditions for recreational purposes and does not permit recreational activities on frozen waterbodies.


Located on Lake Erie, Long Beach Conservation Area is one of Niagara’s hidden gems. A unique place to camp, swim, sunbathe, fish, sailboard or jet-ski, this property is perfect for memory-building.

Over the years, a grassroots community has grown at Long Beach, which you can delightfully experienced at both the Annual Camper Appreciation BBQ and Bolerama.

With only 225 serviced and unserviced campsites, the seasonal campgrounds sell out in a hurry, so don’t put off booking your stay, check back soon for more information. Day Use and Camping from Victoria Day weekend through Thanksgiving weekend.

Rules and regulations must be followed at all times. Admission fees apply.

  • If you are feeling ill, or have been asked to selfisolate, please stay home.
  • Visitors must wear a face mask at all times while in indoor public spaces and outdoors where physical distancing is difficult.
  • Visitors are reminded to maintain physical distancing at all times.
  • Alcohol is strictly prohibited in day-use areas. 

It is recommended that guests refrain from using charcoal when bbqing and instead, opt for the use of propane. Please note there are no receptacles to dispose of hot coals on-site and this poses a fire hazard.

FISHING WHEN IN SEASON:  

MNRF Fishing Regulations apply at the Conservation Area. For more information, please visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/fishing or https://www.ontario.ca/document/ontario-fishing-regulations-summary

 

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

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The NPCA's NaturePlus Pass provides you with unlimited access to our conservation areas across the watershed.

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BEACH CONDITIONS & WATER QUALITY

Natural bodies of water are great places to play, swim and cool off on a hot sunny day. However, swimming in these areas is not risk-free. There is always a level of risk when swimming in a natural water body, whether it's on the shores of Lake Erie, jumping off a dock at a cottage or going to an NPCA beach.

Natural water bodies, such as rivers and reservoirs, are exposed to contamination from various sources. The conditions and quality of the water can change quickly due to a number of environmental factors. These factors can influence the level of bacteria in the water to the point where it increases the risk of getting sick. LEARN MORE.