Pinery’s natural features are staggering – 2,532 ha (6,330 acres) in size; over 757 plant, 325 bird and 60 butterfly species to name just a few groups; a globally rare Oak Savanna ecosystem; freshwater coastal dunes; habitat for endangered species; and the largest protected forest in southwestern Ontario.
The recreational opportunities in Pinery are equally diverse – 10 km beach; 10 nature trails; a 14 km bike trail; 38 km of ski trails; canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding; fishing; cycling; and one of the largest year-round interpretive programs in Ontario.
The facilities within Pinery are also impressive – wheelchair accessible general store and restaurant; laundromats; firewood; picnic shelter; rental shops for canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, paddle boats, hydro bikes, bicycles and cross-country skis; The Friends of Pinery Nature Store; and year-round Visitor Centre featuring nature exhibits.
The many amenities within the park offer flexibility and convenience – 3 campgrounds; with a total of 1,000 campsites including 400 electrical sites and many pull-through sites; 10 group sites; trailer sanitation station; flush toilets and showers; and heated yurts and deluxe cabins with beds, electricity, BBQ and picnic shelter provided! There is so much to do at Pinery that you will have no trouble finding activities to occupy your time, whether your stay is for one day, one week or even a month!
For more information go to the Day Use and Camping page.
A Pinery Park Map* can be downloaded from the Publications page.
*All maps © Pinery Provincial Park
Maps are provided for personal, private use only
Pinery Provincial Park is located 8 km south of the Village of Grand Bend on Highway 21.
Location Coordinates – Main Gate
Coordinates for other park waypoints can be found in the park information guide