One day on the Southern point in Canada

EN: Point Pelee National Park was the first national park established for conservation in 1918 in Canada. It is located on the foundation of glacial sand that goes into Lake Erie.

Almost one hour’s drive from Windsor is a great space to reconnect with nature. If you want to hike, go cycling, take the footpaths, drive, relax and swim on the beaches areas or just to have a nice picnic, the park facilities got you cover 😉!

RO: Parcul National Point Pelee a fost primul parc national consacrat pentru conservare in 1918, in Canada si este localizat pe fundatia nisipului glacial ce se scunfunda in lacul Erie.

La aproape o ora de condus din Windsor, parcul Point Pelee este un spatiu minunat sa te reconectezi cu natura. Daca vrei sa faci drumetii, sa faci ciclism sau sa te relaxezi si sa inoti in una din zonele de plaja, sa ai un picnic dragut, parcul are facilitatile pregatite trebuie doar sa alegi ce iti este pe gust!

EN: Point Pelee is also Canada’s second-smallest national park, but it is the most diverse national park, so keep your eyes open because you can find various wildlife from wild turkeys, deers, turtles, birds, snakes, butterflies! I admit that I couldn’t see any other animals except the butterflies and lizards, but the vegetation is lush, and probably they are hiding! Next time!

RO: Point Pelee este al doilea cel mai mic parc national, dar unul dintre cele mai diverse parcuri nationale, asa ca tine ochii deschisi deoarece poti sa observi o varietate de animale cum ar fi: curcani salabatici, caprioare, broscute testoase, serpi, pasari, fluturi! Trebuie sa recunosc ca exceptand fluturi si soparlele nu am resusit sa observ alte animale, dar vegetatia este luxurianta si cu siguranta au multe ascunzatori! Poate data viitoare!

EN: Some important stops are the Marsh Boardwalk, DeLaurier Homestead and the Tip trail.

  1. The Marsh Boardwalk is a 1 km loop in the marsh, and it’s home to the lily pads, turtles, and cattail forest! If you are brave, you will enjoy the birds’ sound and the whistling of the cattail mats! So peaceful!
  2. The DeLaurier Homestead meets human history from the First Peoples through to farmers, fishermen, and cottagers.
  3. At the end is our Tip Point, the southern point in mainland Canada. You can walk 2.5 km from the visitor center to rich this point, ride a bike or just wait for the shuttle service… Lazy me, don’t judge, getting old 🤪!

RO: Cateva opriri importante sunt: Traseul din malstina, Casa DeLaurier si Varful sau punctul cel mai sudic al Canadei.

  1. Traseul din malstina este un pod sub forma unei bucle de o lungime de 1 km in malstina si de unde poti observa nuferi, broscute testoase si o padure de stfuf! Daca esti curajos si faci traseul te vei delecta cu ciripitul pasarilor si suierul rogojinilor de stuf! Atat de calm!
  2. Casa DeLaurier este o intalnire cu istoria umanitatii de la primii oameni pana la fermieri, pescari si omul rustic.
  3. La sfarsit este punctul cel mai sudic, Varful, al Canadei continentale. Ca sa ajungi in acest punct poti merge 2.5 km de la centrul turistic, sa mergi cu bicicleta sau sa astepti serviciul shuttle … Lenesa de mine, nu judecati, imbatranesc🤪!

The Marsh Boardwalk

The DeLaurier Homestead

Tip Point

EN: One important piece of information is that the park percept a fee for adult/groups to enter the park and if you want to escape for a couple of nights the park has an area of 16 cabin-tent mix, they call them “oTentik” where you can enjoy the wild. Also, they are many other attractive activities for families with children.

RO: O informatie importanata este ca parcul percepe o taxa pe adult/ grup ca sa intri in parc si daca vrei sa fugi doua nopti, parcul are amenajat o arie cu 16 cabanute – cort, ei le numesc “oTentik” unde te poti bucura de salbaticie, contra cost bineinteles:D Deasemenea sunt numeroase activitati pentru familile cu copii.

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