Point Pelee is a peninsula extending into Lake Erie. It is the southernmost part of Canada's mainland, just crossing the 42nd parallel. (It is not the southernmost point of Canada however; that is Middle Island, and Pelee Island is also further south than Pt. Pelee.) It is the site of Point Pelee National Park, which features marsh and Carolinian forest habitats and a major migration route.
The tip of Pt. Pelee is an interesting place. The shifting sands and changing weather conditions mean that it's constantly changing. Here are some photos I took there, in chronological order.