The Rondeau Provincial Park pier suffered ice damage in January of 2014.  For public safety reasons, the pier remains closed until further notice. 

The upper section of the observation tower on the Marsh Trail at Rondeau Provincial Park is currently closed until further notice.  The lower section and the boardwalk leading up to the observation tower remain open to park visitors.

Rondeau Provincial Park will be closed to the public November 14, 16, 19, 21 and 23, 2017 for a First Nations deer harvest. The harvest will begin one half-hour before sunrise and end one half-hour after sunset.

First Nation harvesters will use scoped rifles and follow mandatory safety protocols.

The park access points will be monitored and public access to the park will not be allowed throughout the harvest.

Ontario respects Aboriginal and treaty rights, as recognized and affirmed under the Constitution Act, 1982, and is committed to meeting the province's constitutional and other obligations regarding Indigenous peoples.

For more information about the First Nations deer harvest call Brad Connor, Park Superintendent at 519-873-4616.

What You'll Like :

  • 11 km of sandy beaches on Lake Erie
  • Excellent hiking, biking, and rollerblading opportunities
  • World renowned bird watching destination including the springtime “Festival of Flight” that attracts birdwatchers from across Ontario and the United States.
  • Fishing and water recreation (canoeing, windsurfing)
  • Old growth Carolinian forest along with extensive coastal wetland

General Information

(519) 674-1750
Size: 3254.00 ha
Year established: 1894
Park Classification: Natural Environment
18050 Rondeau Park Road
N0P 1X0

2017 Operating Dates


To see 2018 operating dates please view full parks listing.

Park / Campground Usage (day use, camping, etc.) Opening and Closing
Rondeau January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017
Rondeau April 7, 2017 to October 29, 2017
This park has a Friends Group
Lifejacket lending program
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