Long Beach

Notice

THIS CONSERVATION AREA IS NOW OPEN FOR ACTIVE RECREATION DAY-USE, INCLUDING TRANSIENT CAMPING. A TOTAL ALCOHOL BAN WILL BE IN EFFECT ON VICTORIA & LABOUR DAY LONG WEEKENDS. MAIN NPCA OFFICES & BUILDINGS REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

905-899-3462

12965 Lakeshore Rd, Wainfleet, ON L0S 1V0

info@npca.ca

Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m

​Monday to Sunday

8AM - 8PM

 

Starting Victoria Day Weekend until Labour Day.

BEACH CONDITIONS
40 E.coli (cfu/100mL) Geometric Mean
Tested August 10, 2020

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

Fees

Adults - $8.00
Senior - $6.00
Student - $6.00
Max Car - $24.00
Bus (over 20) - $135.00
Camping Non-Serviced (single night) - $41.50
Camping 15Amp (single night) - $45.50
Camping 15Amp Premium (single night) - $49.75
Camping 30Amp (single night) - $51.75
Camping 30Amp Premium (single night) - $53.75
Camping 15Amp (Seasonal) - $2,299.30
Camping 15Amp Premium (Seasonal) - $2,517.75
Camping 30Amp (Seasonal) - $2,627.10
Camping 30Amp Premium (Seasonal) - $2,840.30
Camping 30Amp Premium (Ridge) - $3,140.30
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: 

As Niagara Region, Hamilton and Haldimand enter Phase Three of the Province of Ontario's reopening framework, the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) is excited to expand the ameninties available at its four flagship properties — Ball’s Falls, Binbrook, Chippawa Creek, and Long Beach Conservation Areas. As of Friday, July 24, NPCA conservation areas will open its play structures/playgrounds and observation structures. Please note these will not be regularly sanitized so visitors should use at their own risk.

As of Monday, June 29, 2020, reservations for transient and weekend camping are being taken. Camping will begin as of Monday, July 6. The campground will be operating at 50 per cent capacity for the duration of the camping season, from July 6 – October 11. Provincial and local public health unit guidelines and restrictions apply. Physical distancing of 2 m must be maintained at all times, group gatherings of over 10 people are not permitted. For more information on Camping Rules and Regulations please visit Get Involved Portal. 

Please be advised that some services and amenities remain UNAVAILABLE at NPCA campgrounds including:

  • Shower facilities
  • Waste water pumping
  • Children’s play structures
  • Concession sales
  • Pavilion reservations and picnic tables 

Facilities, amenities, and services that are OPEN include:

  • Gates with regular day-admission applied 
  • Membership pass sales and activations 
  • Washrooms (limited to one family/household at a time) 
  • Beach areas
  • Fishing pier and onshore fishing
  • Picnic areas (Bring your own picnic blankets, tables are not deployed at this time)
  • Paddling and non-motorized watercraft use (Bring your own, no rentals)

To contact staff while in at the property, please contact the Park directly via phone or email. Staff are limiting in-person and close contact with members of the public. 

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.

Day Use and Camping from Victoria Day weekend through Thanksgiving weekend.

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.

Buy your NATUREPLUS Annual Membership Pass here.

Beach Conditions and 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.

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