Westmeath Provincial Park, Westmeath

Westmeath Provincial Park is a provincial park on the Ottawa River in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. Located on the section of the river known as Bellows Bay, it features a long sandy beach and an active sandspit. It is one of the most pristine sand dune and wetland complexes along the southern Ottawa River.
As a non-operating park, the park has no facilities and overnight camping is not permitted. Its primary purpose is the protection the sand dunes and wetlands and their distinctive species. Unlike most Ontario provincial parks, where hunting and possession of firearms are prohibited, waterfowl hunting is allowed within the park.
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  • I'm not sure which entrance we accessed this place by but it was the first access point south of Westmeath village. Grassy parking at the trail head. We went the first week of May and the causeway...  more »
  • -LONG walk to water (more then 5km) takes about an hour each way! -Beautiful sandy beach and views but too shallow for fishing. -lots of mosquitos/creatures that swarm you this time of year (end.....  more »

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