You Can Find One Of The World’s Largest Dunes Next To This Ontario Beach Oasis

A 12-kilometre stretch of white sand! 😍

Your travel bucket list is about to get a little longer. Did you know Sandbanks Provincial Park is home to the world's largest baymouth barrier dune?

The stunning natural wonder along Lake Ontario is 12-kilometres wide and was formed by glaciers 12,500 years ago.

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Here, you can go on an easy 2.5-kilometre hike following the Sandbanks Dunes Trail, which will take you through the sandy landscape.

Off the main path, you can also find a 1-kilometre loop where there are no barriers blocking your view.

Then you can cool off by swimming in the bright blue water of Dunes Beach, which is just a few steps away.

Sandbanks Provincial Park

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: 3004 County Rd. 12, Picton, ON

Why You Need To Go: There are three different incredible beaches and multiple hiking trails at the park to discover.

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