Ontario is home to some breathtaking beaches that you would never expect to see in Central Canada. Why not take the time this summer to travel to some of the best beaches and soak up some run and sink your toes into the sand.
Located only 1.5 hours from Toronto on the tip of Georgian Bay, Wasaga Beach is a great beach if you want to leave the city without driving too far. Whether you’re looking for a quiet relaxing day in the sun or you’re looking to get rowdy with your friends, you will find what you’re looking for here! Wasaga Beach is segmented into areas, each boasting a very different vibe. Area 1 is the place to go if you’re looking to get rowdy, while area 5 is quiet and relaxing.
This is one of our favourite beaches, as it is unlike any other. If you’re willing to endure the long drive out of the city for this beach, you will NOT be disappointed. The grotto is a big cave located in Bruce Peninsula National Park. Over the years the waves eroded the land, creating this incredible swimming hole with crystal clear waters.
You will fall in love with the large sandy beach area at Grand Bend beach. If you are the athletic type you get competitive in a game of volleyball at the beach’s public volleyball nets. Restaurants, boutiques, and clubs surround the beach, giving the area a fun beach vibe.
This small swimming hole is only 2 acres, but is well known for its 40 metre high cliffs, providing beautiful views. Many people come here to cliff jump of the 15 metre high cliffs for an exhilarating experience. If you’re not feeling so adventurous, you can catch some rays on the beach or swim in the quarry.
Not only is this beach scenic, but it is fun and full of activities. They host sandcastle competitions, movie nights, volleyball games, and a waterfront festival.