Howard Meyerson:

Pointe Pelee is a great place to go birding and the marsh area is fantastic.

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I’ve been to Point Pelee National Park many times, sometimes with my wife, sometimes with my wife and friends. In fact, Point Pelee is the park that I showed to some of my friends when they just arrived in Canada as new immigrants. But not until last summer did I find the true beauty of this park at the Southern-most tip of mainland Canada.

I’ve walked the boardwalk, explored the trail and seen the sunrise and sunset over the water. Last summer, for the first time, I sat…

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  1. Trisha says:

    I absolutely agree. I’ve just returned from a short vacation at Point Pelee and I can tell, that it is an amazing place and I was surprised that you can still do and see many things in summer although it is not a very good season for viewing birds, this summer guide to Point Pelee includes several tips how to spend some time there as well. Now I know that I have to visit this place again, and I want to recommend it to everyone who wants to spend an unforgettable vacation.

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