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Black Creek Provincial Park
Lion's Head, Ontario, Canada

If you ask most Ontarian's about Black Creek Provincial Park, they'll most likely talk about Black Creek Pioneer Village in the GTA. Few have ever heard of this little 286-hectare (707 acre) park on the shores of Lake Huron just south of Stokes Bay on Myles Bay. 

Centred around a beaver swamp, the main attraction here is the beautiful white sandy Black Creek Beach and shallow warm waters that make it perfect for swimming. 

Known as Sandy Beach by locals, it is situated about 10 minutes west of Lion's Head along Ferndale Road/County Road #9. The beach is one of the best on the entire Bruce Peninsula. 

This a day use park that is classified as a natural environment park and thus is not monitored. There are limited facilities that include:

  • Parking for 30 cars
  • Toilets
  • change rooms
  • picnic tables
  • a dock
  • 9.4 kilometres (5 miles) of hiking trails
519-389-9056

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Benches
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Free Admission
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