or at Pinery’s Main Gate. Discounted permit rates are available for seniors and persons with disabilities.
More than just a beach
Although most people who visit Pinery for the day go straight to the beach, there’s lots more to see and do. Hike one of the 10 walking trails or bike along the Savanna multi-use trail. Pack a lunch and plan a picnic alongside the Old Ausable Channel or go for a paddle in a rental canoe. Explore the displays in the Visitor Centre or browse through the Friends of Pinery Park Nature Store. Don’t forget about Pinery’s many winter activities.
You should refer to the activity schedule for the times, locations and descriptions of all our interpretive events. It is available at the Visitor Centre, and is posted at trailheads, the Visitor Centre, and Comfort Stations throughout the park. For special events check the Ontario Parks event calendar for Pinery here:
Rental hours and offerings are seasonal and subject to change. For information on hours and pricing please contact Pinery Provincial Park.
About Friends of Pinery Park
Established in 1989, The Friends of Pinery Park is a registered charity dedicated to education, promotion, and preservation of Pinery Provincial Park. Over the years we have undertaken a variety of activities to protect the Park’s rare ecosystem and enhance the experience of visitors to the Park. Among them: research into species at risk, projects to stabilize the freshwater dunes, projects to make the Park’s natural beauty accessible to all, educational programs for children and youth, and much more. Join us!