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You Can See Some Breathtaking Sunsets From This Dune-Filled Beach In Ontario

Turquoise water, rolling dunes, and bright orange skies.

Pinery Provincial Park In Ontario Has Some Breathtaking Sunsets

You can catch some stunning sunsets and explore rolling dunes at this scenic Ontario spot.

Pinery Provincial Park is located in Grand Bend, and it's known for its vibrant sunsets, which can be seen from the sandy shores.

The area boasts 10 kilometres of beach along Lake Huron, a globally rare Oak Savanna ecosystem, and tons of gorgeous trails to explore.

You can also wander along freshwater coastal dunes that will sweep you away to a tropical island.

The sunsets are best when there are light clouds stretching across the sky, and you can also see some stunning views from the nearby Grand Bend beach, which is free to visit.

Pinery Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary

Address: 9526 Lakeshore Rd., Grand Bend, ON

Why You Need To Go: Soak up some incredible sunset views at this park, which boasts a sandy beach and rolling dunes.

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