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Working with the Park to make it an even better place to visit
June 2022
Welcome to the Friends of Sandbanks Park Information Update!

Through these regular emails, we inform our readers of upcoming events at the Park, including updates to our website.

And check our Facebook page for any late-breaking news, recent photographs and video clips!

Lakeshore Beach
May 2022, Lakeshore Beach; Photo: John A. Brebner
Latest News:

We are pleased to announce that we have a full schedule of events for the Summer of 2022 at our favourite Park
Upcoming Events:
  • June 15, 1000 - 1200

    Lakeshore Beach Cleanup

    Where:  Lakeshore Beach
    When:  1000 - 1200, Lakeshore Beach  (see map below)

    All necessary supplies (gloves, pick-up sticks, sand-sifters, etc.) will be provided.

    Register below and receive a Courtesy Pass for free accesss to Sandbanks Park for that day!

    I will help with June 15 cleanup at Lakeshore Beach

  • Lakeshore Beach Cleanup Map

  • July 13, 0800 - 1300

    SandFest at the Mouth of the Outlet River

    This year's SandFest will be the biggest ever!

    In addition to our very popular Kids and Campers non-competive event, we will have a formal competition with prizes, including a 2022 Provincial Park Summer Day Pass, and much more!

    Well-known sand sculptor Rod Watson will be on hand to demonstrate sand sculpting techniques.

    Rod Watkins Sculptures

     Images courtesy Rod Watson, 2022

    To pre-register and to be notified when more information is available, please email us at:

    We hope to see many budding Michelangelos and Rodins showing off their talents!
Keep an eye open on our Facebook page for any upcoming events:
What's New!
Editor's Thoughts:

Many of you know that I have an addiction to genealogy... and during the restrictive days of the past two years, I have added many more genealogies and family histories of those founding families of Prince Edward County. These are to be found on my dedicated site for all my varied interests at:

along with many of my many photographic collections not already found on the Friends of Sandbanks site. Updates being made weekly,

You may always get in touch with any concerns or questions at:

If we can't answer your questions, we know who can!

Stay safe!

John A. Brebner, Chairman and Media Relations Coordinator
Friends of Sandbanks Provincial Park

The Friends of Sandbanks do not make reservations for camspites!

Please use the Park Reservation site for all campsite bookings.

All day visits also require pre-booking, even if you have an Annual or Season pass for Ontario Provincial Parks.

Make a Park Day Reservation
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