Welcome to Turkey Point Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Turkey Point Provincial Park is the only provincial park with a golf course. Hiking trails lead to as fish culture station and a hatchery pond. From the sandy beach with it’s warm shallow waters to the marshes, to the great bluffs and majestic forests, Turkey Point Provincial Park is as diverse as it is beautiful. The temperate climate and the deep soil combine to create a distinct ecosystem. Here southern species such as tulip, sassafras, chestnut and flowering dogwood grow further north than their usual range.
The park also supports a wide range of songbirds as well as ducks and geese. The wild turkey from which the park derives its name was once extinct but 10 years ago they were reintroduced to the park and today there are an estimated 8500 wild turkeys roaming the area.