Welcome to Long Point Provincial Park, Ontario. Long Point Provincial Park is a sandy spit of land located on the northwest shore of Lake Erie near Port Rowan. In 1982 Long Point National Wildlife Area was recognized as a wetland of international significance under the Ramsar Convention. Long Point Provincial Park is famous for the thousands of migrating birds that pass through the area every spring and fall including half of North America’s Tundra Swan population. The park is also one one the main habitat of the threatened Fowler’s Toad. In 1986 Long Point was designated as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. The area has an excellent sandy beach with a long shallow shoreline, ideal for family bathing. Fishing for smallmouth & largemouth bass and yellow perch from the tip of Long Point are good, however the best fishing opportunities are offshore from a boat. There are ample boat launching facilities within the park.