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Port Burwell Provincial Park

Port Burwell, Ontario N0J 1T0 Canada
(519) 874-4691
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  Average Rating:   (Based on 3 Reviews)  3.5out of 5

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This park in Canada's "Deep South" is one of the best for witnessing spring migrations of songbirds and fall migrations of raptors, monarch butterflies, blue jays and dragonflies. Steep bluffs shelter stands of oak and maple. Between bluffs and warm water's edge are ribbons of dunes, beach savanna and meadow.

Campground Areas

Port Burwell Provincial Park has 3 campground areas.
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Alzora Campground
Leander Campground
Iroquois Campground

Campsites

There are 232 campsites at this Park.
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Reviews

There are 3 reviews of Port Burwell Provincial Park.
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4 Star Rating   December 22nd, 2018   Port Burwell Sites
Many of the sites have changed dramatically due to the removal of all the ash trees. The privacy between sites has been reduced because of the removal of these trees.
Submitted by: nmac

3 Star Rating   December 1st, 2014   Great campsites, declining beach
We have camped at Port Burwell quite a few times, but this past year we only went once. Although the campsites are generally good sized and fairly private, the beach is really declining. They no longer groom the beach, and it`s now full of debris from Lake Erie, our least favourite Great Lake. Port Burwell does have a fabulous playground, though.
Submitted by: redheart

4 Star Rating   June 14th, 2011
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