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Its fun when it goes off. It costs money and takes work to access but on rare occasions it can be worth it, especially if you are a longboarder and aren't afraid of shallow water and rocks

Just be cool with the landowners adjacent to the provincial park or they will call the cops! Watch your head if you fall, water is shallow and rocky! Bring an epoxy board those rocks will wreck a glass board quickly.

Additional Info:
Rock Point park also has camping available and washrooms, showers. Park at the end of the road. Paddle out from the bay near the point straight toward Buffalo into the lineup. You'll need a friend to drive the car to bring you back into lineup; some rides on a good day will take you from Dland all the way past chickencoops. Current near impossible to paddle against, unless you paddle out into the middle of the bay where the rip will take you back out to Dland


Lakeshore Rd W of Port Colborne to Rock Point provincial park. Enter park (pay at park ranger booth) and drive to the beach on the West side of park (public parking area) Hike thru campground East until you come to the cliff down to the beach. There are well marked trails. DLand is the wave at the base of the point.

WalkGood walk (15-30 min)
Public accessYes
4x4 requiredUnknown
Boat requiredUnknown
Wave Characteristics
TypeReef (rocky)
DirectionRight and left
BottomReef (coral, sharp rocks etc.)
FrequencyRarely breaks (5 days/year)
Normal lengthShort (<50m)
Good day lengthNormal (50 to 150m)
Ideal Conditions
Wind directionSouthWest
Swell directionSouthWest
Swell size10ft-12ft - 8ft+
TideDon't know
Tide movementDon't know
WeekFew surfers
WeekendFew surfers

Rips / undertow, Rocks, Man-made danger (buoys etc..), Localism, Pollution