Description - Long Point State Park is a peaceful and remote park situated on a peninsula facing the Chaumont Bay on Lake Ontario. This small park has a mixture of open space and woodland offering day use and overnight facilities. The beautiful location is very popular with boaters and anglers. Waterfowl hunting is permitted in season.
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Long Point State Park - Thousand Islands
- Long Point State Park is in a remote area, offering a peaceful, relaxing camping experience. Situated on a peninsula facing Chaumont Bay on Lake Ontario, the park is small and almost completely surrounded by water with great views from anywhere in the park. Campsites are fairly open and grass-covered with scattered trees, a playground and picnic areas. The bay provides a protected harbor for boats and Lake Ontario offers excellent boating and fishing opportunities. Constant lake breezes keep the park cool and mosquito-free.
Recreation - Visitors to the Long Point - Thousand Island State Park will find a boat launch, dockage, fishing, power boating, hunting, picnic area with shelters, a children's playground, showers and campground. The park is open from mid-May until Labor Day. Waterfowl hunting is permitted in season.
Climate - The Long Point State Park area has a varied climate with average January temperatures ranging from below 14 degrees reaching to 22 degrees Fahrenheit (below -10 to -6 degrees Celsius). Summer temperatures average between 72 degrees and below 68 degrees Fahrenheit (22 to below 20 degrees Celsius). Precipitation in the region ranges from less than 36 to 40 inches of rain and snowmelt.
Located on Point Peninsula in Chaumont Bay, Lake Ontario, this park may be reached by traveling SR 12E to SR 57 south to State Park Road.