Port Bruce Provincial ParkCurrently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 3360 Imperial Rd, Aylmer, ON N5H 2R2, Canada
- Timings: 08:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5198744691
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
It is a day use park which has shallow water and a sandy beach with a swimming pool. A beach is a mix of sand and pebbles where you sit and look at the beautiful sunset .It might be a little rocky at times so wear your sandals or shoes. There is the restaurant besides this park where you can enjoy a chilled beer. The beach has a volleyball court so it will be lovely to play a game on the sand. It is very close to the main road so you won’t have to do any extra effort in going there. Try the beautifully cooked fish fry with your drink at the beach!!
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Port Bruce is an amazing little port town on lake Erie. The people are nice, beach is amazing. It's one of the last port towns not getting hit with giant homes and beach full of fake tan people. More of a quite let's get drunk and fish kinda town. Plus it has one of my all time favorite restraunts here... the sand castle
Most undiscovered Port on Lake Erie. Beautiful, Handicap accessible beach and pier. Great place to live and play and fishw. Three restaurants. Local fish served as well as Shaw's ice cream. Great playground for kids to play on with mini-splash pad. Always something organized for weekend activities during summer. Amazing trailer parks.
I use to have a trail in the area (cross from beach) and loved my morning walks on the beach. Food stands was something for morning breakfast with far size portion. Last visit was not the same place to me, not clean and water was dirty as well. We didn't swim there but did try the food and it was ok... again not the same! Was disappointed to see its gone downhill since I've been last 4yrs ago.
We had a very peaceful and relaxing time. It wasn't busy and crowded. We had amazing french fries at a little fry truck. We sat on their patio that was like sitting in a tropical setting. We will be going back for sure.
It is a natural beach with little to no maintenance. It is rocky with driftwood everywhere,. The rocks for the most part range from 6 inches to pea gravel in size. There are large stretches of sand to sit and play in. The beach is clear of litter. There are remnants of illegal campfires. There are few zebra mussel shells around, I believe the rocks and waves grind them up. It is a great place for a quiet afternoon of reading or relaxing. It is not crowded and there are few children. There are typical beach restaurants in the area.