You Can Visit A Turquoise Beach Surrounded By Towering Sand Mountains In Ontario (VIDEO)

Explore the province's largest sand pile!
Ontario's Sand Hill Park Has Towering Sand Mountains & Turquoise Waters
Associate Editor

If the thought of sandy beaches has you racing to grab your swimsuit, then you need to take a trip to this jaw-dropping Ontario park. With towering cliffs of sand and shining waters, you can spend the day relaxing on the soft shoreline. You'll feel like you're in a tropical paradise at this spot. Grab your sunhat and head to Ontario's Sand Hill Park for some incredible beach views.

There's no shortage of dreamy beaches to spend your summer at in Ontario.

The province is filled with hidden coves, gorgeous turquoise waters, and stretching shoreline.

This spot is definitely up there with some of the top beaches to visit. 

Sand Hill Park is hidden away in Port Burwell, a few hours from Toronto.

This majestic area sits upon the shores of Lake Erie and is home to the province's largest sand pile.

Enormous sandy mountains tower 450 feet above the water, encompassing the beach with gorgeous white walls.

These cliffs are some of Ontario's natural wonders and a must-see for all adventure lovers.

You can hike to the top for panoramic views of the beach sunsets.

With 2,200 feet of sandy shoreline, you can spend the day soaking up the sun and exploring this natural phenomenon.

The park features other fun attractions such as camping, hayrides, volleyball, and more.

It is important to note that climbing on the cliffs is prohibited. Guests must stay on the beach and sandhill area.

The park is typically open from May 1 to Thanksgiving every year. Admission is $10 per person, with children under 12 getting in for free.

It's a good idea to check the website for regular updates. In the meantime, it's never too early to start planning a magical beach getaway!

Sand Hill Park

Price: $10 per person

When: May 1 - Thanksgiving

Address: 930 Lakeshore Rd., Port Burwell, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore Ontario's largest sand dunes at this dreamy beach.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

Madeline Forsyth
Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Travel Editor for Narcity Media focused on Canadian and global travel and is based in Toronto, Ontario.