Welcome to Fifty Point Conservation Area on Lake Ontario, a magnificent 80-hectare park with superb marina facilities in Stoney Creek. It's the place to be for a swim in Lake Ontario, family camping or a picnic for groups of any size.
Visitors can also enjoy a fabulous lakefront view by walking our promenade or while relaxing at conveniently located benches and shaded areas.
Recognized as one of the bird watching hotspots in the Golden Horseshoe area. It is in the middle of an internationally recognized Important Birding Area and the landform that juts out into Lake Ontario is known as a wonderful spot to watch for migrating waterfowl and pelagic (sea) birds. Click here for more information.
Fifty Point is particularly proud to have one of the warmest and cleanest beaches on western Lake Ontario. Change rooms are conveniently located at the nearby beach house.
The marina is one of the best on western Lake Ontario, with docking spaces for 330 boats and a double boat launch. Other marina facilities include a fully serviced gas dock and pump-out station, visitor docks, hydro hook-ups, water, showers, washrooms, a laundromat and winter storage facilities. Fifty Point Marina has been honoured with the achievement of a Five Green Anchor Diamond rating under the Clean Marine program. To read more about this program please click here.
Fifty Point's 70 fully serviced sites (sewer, hydro and water), are perfectly situated near the south shore of Lake Ontario. Our location allows campers access to the beach and salmon fishing from shore. The comfort station is equipped with individual showers, a handicapped shower, washrooms and laundry facilities. Reservations are welcome. While camping at Fifty Point, take a day trip to the famous Niagara Escarpment, Niagara wineries, and fresh fruit farms. Docking/camping packages are available. Camping is available from April to November.
Anglers will love the variety of fishing opportunities at Fifty Point. Fish for salmon in Lake Ontario or catch rainbow trout and largemouth bass in the conservation area's stocked pond. Salmon charters are available at the marina. A fishing license is not required at the pond.
Fifty Point's Hours of Operation are from 7 a.m. to sundown on weekdays and 6 a.m. to sundown on weekends.
The marina can be contacted on Channel 68 VHF.