The park has a bicycle trail which connects to the park roads allowing you to completely explore the peninsula on bicycles. Bicycles are not permitted on any of the other trails in the park. Mountain bikers should think of visiting Macauley Mountain, just outside Picton in Prince Edward County. The Conservation Area can be reached by car in less than an hour and has some great trails.
In the winter you can break out your snowshoes to do some exploring or you can have a go at the parks 16km of groomed cross-country ski trails. Sandbanks Provincial Park and Macauley Mountain Conservation Area also have trails for cross country skiing.
Nature The park is bursting with avian migrants during the spring and fall. Over 325 species have been identified and nearly one third that number may nest on the peninsula.The park is also a staging area for the Monarch butterflies as they migrate to and from Mexico. Keep your eyes open for the flash of the parks white tails which can often be seen bounding through the tall reeds and brush.
Presqu'ile Provincial Park is about a two hour drive west of Toronto. Toronto's Pearson International Airport has airline connections to all of the world's major cities. To the east the City of Kingston is about an hours drive from the park. The closest boarder crossing from the U.S. is the Thousand Islands Bridge just east of Kingston. Buffalo/Niagara is the closest border crossing west of the park. If you enter Canadian waters by boat from the U.S. you must report to customs.
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