Sandbanks Provincial Park Trails

Picton, Ontario

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A long beach of soft, white sand, two major sand dune systems and a short nature hike that’s good for children makes this 1,600ha (3,952-acre) park a good destination for walking. Hikers can choose to walk along the sandy beach on Athol Bay; along the Woodland Trail, which leads past the West Lake freshwater sand dune system; or along the Cedar Sands Trail to explore four important habitats: the still-growing fore dunes, wet areas called pannes or dune slacks, stable back dunes and reforested sand ridges. This trail guide includes Outlet Beach, Woodlands Trail, and Cedar Sands Trail.

Sandbanks Provincial Park Trails Professional Review and Guide

"A long beach of soft, white sand, two major sand dune systems and a short nature hike that’s good for children makes this 1,600ha (3,952-acre) park a good destination for walking.

Hikers can choose to walk along the sandy beach on Athol Bay; along the Woodland Trail, which leads past the West Lake freshwater sand dune system; or along the Cedar Sands Trail to explore four important habitats: the still-growing fore dunes, wet areas called pannes or dune slacks, stable back dunes and reforested sand ridges. This trail guide includes Outlet Beach, Woodlands Trail, and Cedar Sands Trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Picton
Distance: 6
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 3 trails totaling 2.5 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Driving Directions: Directions to Sandbanks Provincial Park Trails

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May 2018