5945 Third Concession Road, Amherst Island


There’s a 54 acre sand beach wetlands of great ecological significance (acquired and stewarded by Loyalist Township to protect its valued natural heritage) located at the southwest end of Amherst Island. As a bonus, you’ll also enjoy picturesque views of Lake Ontario and Long Point Marsh.

Why Is Sand Beach Conservation Area a Provincially Significant Wetland? The area’s woodland and dune habitats offer unique breeding grounds for species at risk. It’s also part of the larger Amherst Island habitat recognized as a Globally Significant Important Bird Area.