Where to Eat
While in the Park...
The Cattail Cafe is located at the Marsh Boardwalk and carries pre-packaged snacks, Breyer's novelty ice cream and beverages. Open May through Canadian Thanksgiving. Check out the Visitor Guide Inserts for hours of operation. Proceeds from sales at the Cattail Cafe support the Friends of Point Pelee and Point Pelee National Park initiatives.
The Nature Nook Gift Store at the park's Visitor Centre offers hot and cold beverages, snacks and Breyer's novelty ice cream. Check out the Visitor Guide Inserts for hours of operation. Proceeds from sales at the Nature Nook support the Friends of Point Pelee and Point Pelee National Park initiatives.
Birders Breakfast and Lunch, served during the annual May Festival of Birds
Breakfast offers a continental style selection of hot and cold beverages, bagels, muffins and more. Locally made "Birdseed" cookies and donuts are baked fresh and delivered each morning! 7:00 am through 10:30 am. Cash only.
Lunch offers bbq'd local all beef hotdogs and sausages, along with chili, vegetarian choices and more . Add a bag of Potato chips for an extra munch...Lunch is served from 11:00 am through 2:00 pm. Cash Only
While Outside the Park...
Leamington - Download the Leamington Dining Guide [PDF] or visit Uptown Leamington BIA to discover your choices in the immediate Leamington area. *
Check out the " Food Finder" on windsoreats.com to locate one of their recommended restaurants in Essex County and Windsor. *
*Note: The Friends of Point Pelee or Point Pelee National Park does not endorse or recommend any of the establishments listed on the Leamington PDF or windsoreats.com, they are simply provided as a guide to assist in your trip planning.