Selkirk Provincial Park is a local’s favorite around Hamilton, St Catherines and Niagara Falls. The park has quiet atmosphere with grassy campsites.
All campsites offered at Selkirk are car campsites. Most campsites located in Areas 2 and 4 can accommodate larger trailers, are pull-through and most offer electrical hook-ups. Amenities include a central comfort station in Area 2 which offers flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities. Water taps are located throughout all four campground areas. Areas 1, 3 and 4 offer vault toilets with vanity areas but visitors must go to Area 2 for comfort station facilities (this is on average less than a five minute walk from any of the other campground areas)
Hiking & Beach
The park has one groomed trail called ‘Wheeler’s Walk Trail’ which is about 1.5 km long and is an easy hike of 30-40 minutes. This trail takes hikers from the campground side of the park across a marsh wetland, via a boardwalk, to the west side of the park. You will travel through remnants of the forest that pre-date the park and through a White Pine plantation that was planted in the early 1970s. There is a small beach in the day use picnic area