Point Pelee National Park
Parc national de la Pointe-Pelée


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At the southernmost point of the Canadian mainland - Point Pelee National Park, experience nature like never before. Whether you cycle, paddle, or hike Canada’s second smallest and most ecologically diverse national park, you’ll be immersed in an unforgettable eco-adventure.

Situé dans la partie continentale du Canada le plus au sud – le parc national de la Pointe-Pelée, vivez la nature comme vous le n’avez jamais fait auparavant. Que vous fassiez du vélo, de la pagaie ou de la randonnée pédestre dans le deuxième plus petit parc national, mais le plus diversifié sur le plan écologique au Canada, vous y vivrez une aventure écologique inoubliable.

Source: Parks Canada Website (2022)


Established: 1918

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Documents
Management Documents

Management Plan / Plan directeur (Parks Canada, 2010)

Management Plan Overview / Aperçu du plan directeur (Parks Canada, 2019)

Management Plan (Draft) / Plan directeur (Ébauche) (Parks Canada, 2020)

Middle Island Conservation Plan / Plan de conservation de L'île Middle (Tammy Dobbie, Parks Canada, 2008)

Multi-species Action Plan for Point Pelee National Park of Canada and Niagara National Historic Sites of Canada / Plan d'action visant des espèces multiples dans le parc national du Canada de la Pointe-Pelée et les lieux historiques nationaux du Canada du Niagara Species at Risk Act Action Plan Series / Loi sur les espèces en péril Série de Plans d'action (Parks Canada, 2016)

Report Card and Newsletter / Rapport et bulletin (Parks Canada, Spring/Summer 2011)

State of the Park Report / Rapport sur l'état du parc (Parks Canada, 2007)

Historical Documents

An Overview of Environment Canada's Groundwater Research Activities at Point Pelee National Park, Ontario (A.S. Crowe, C.J. Ptacek, R. McCrea, P.A. Huddart, F.J. Longstaffe, J.P. Coakley, T. Mayer, D.L. Thompson and S.G. Shikaze, extract from Parks and Protected Areas Research in Ontario, 1998, ©Parks Research Forum of Ontario, 1998)

Bird watchers of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario: their characteristics and activities, with special consideration to their social and resource impacts (University of Alberta Libraries, 1989)

Breeding Birds of Mature Woodlands of Point Pelee National Park Prior to Infestation by Emerald Ash Borer, Agrilus planipennis (Holly D. Dodds and Gard W. Otis, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 123 No. 2, 2009, ©The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club)

Foul and Loathsome Creatures (Harry Parsons, Parks Canada, 1976)

Heritage Character Statement / Énoncé de valeur patrimoniale, Point Pelee National Park

DeLaurier House / Maison DeLaurier (FHBRO No. 89-174, December 13, 1993, Canadian Register of Historic Places)

Hydrology and Late Quaternary History of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario GSA Annual Meeting Field Trip Guide No. 13 (Allan S. Crowe, John P. Coakley and Carol J. Ptacek, Environment and Climate Change Canada, August 1998)

Monarch Butterflies / Le monarque (Parks Canada, undated)

Monarch Butterfly Migration / Migration des Monarques (Parks Canada, undated)

Plants of the Woodland Nature Trail, Point Pelee National Park (George M. Stirrett, Parks Canada, 1960)

Release of Nutrients from On-site Wastewater Disposal Systems, Point Pelee National Park, Ontario, Canada (Patrick Lawrence, J. Gordon Nelson and Heather Black, extract from Parks and Protected Areas Research in Ontario, 1998, ©Parks Research Forum of Ontario, 1998)

Summer Assessment of Aspects of the Ecology of White-Tailed Deer in Point Pelee National Park (John B. Theberge, for Parks Canada, January 1975)

Supplemental Climate Information for Point Pelee National Park (Scott Parker, Parks Canada, May 22, 2019)

The Autumn Birds of Point Pelee National Park (George M. Stirrett, Parks Canada, 1973)

The economic values of bird watching at Point Pelee National Park, Ontario (University of Alberta Libraries, 1989)

The National Parks in Ontario: A story of islands and shorelines Miscellaneous Report 7 (David M. Baird, Geological Survey of Canada, 1963)

The Spring Birds of Point Pelee National Park (Nora M. Mansfield, Parks Canada, 1960)

The Spring Birds of Point Pelee National Park (George M. Stirrett, Parks Canada, 1973)

The Summer Birds of Point Pelee National Park (George M. Stirrett, Parks Canada, 1973)

The Winter Birds of Point Pelee National Park / Les oiseaux d'hiver au parc national de la Pointe Pelée Ontario par (George M. Stirrett, Parks Canada, 1973)

Turtle Nest Predation Study, Point Pelee National Park (Daniel Kraus, Parks Canada, July 1991)

Turtle Nest Survivorship and an Analysis of Alternatives for Turtle Conservation at Point Pelee National Park (Grant Whitehead, for Parks Canada, April 1997)

Vegetation Management Objectives, Point Pelee National Park of Canada (North-South Environmental Inc., for Parks Canada, April 2004)



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Last Updated: 01-Jan-2023