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Ontario has sandy beaches stretching as far as the eye can see, perfect for picnicking, swimming or just kicking-back to relax. Bring your camera, our sunsets are spectacular. 

ONTARIO'S BLUE FLAG BEACHES

Blue Flag is a world-renowned eco-certification for clean and accessible beaches that meet high safety standards. Look to these for your family beach days. 

ONTARIO PARKS' BEACHES

Ontario's parks are renowned for thick forests and sparkling freshwater lakes, but you may be surprised how many feature gorgeous sandy beaches. Look for beach fun when you're booking your summer camping trip this year at Ontario Parks.

Awenda Provincial Park features several natural beaches on the Georgian Bay with a designated stretch designated for pets. Dive into the blue waters of Lake Simcoe at Sibbald Provincial ParkNeys Provincial Park's spectacular two kilometre beach is situated on Ashburton Bay on Lake Superior. Windy Lake Provincial Park is one of the most popular beaches in the Sudbury area, while Pancake Bay Provincial Park boasts Caribbean blue water and over three kilometres of beautiful sand beach, the largest sand beach on Lake Superior. Beaches are located in each of the three park campgrounds and at the day-use areas at Lake Superior Provincial Park

Pinery Provincial Park is a breathtakingly beautiful park with ten kilometres of sand beach on the shores of mighty Lake Huron. With fourteen kilometres of sandy, safe shoreline, Wasaga Beach is the longest freshwater beaches in the world, and the first provincial park in Canada awarded the Blue Flag designation. Sandbanks Provincial Park has the world’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation and three expansive sandy beaches. 

KID APPROVED BEACHES

Take a trip to the quaint town of Port Stanley for a relaxing afternoon on one of the loveliest beaches along the north shore of Lake Erie. Round out your day at Broderick’s Ice Cream, a 50’s style parlour that serves over 30 flavours.

Some of the most popular and scenic beaches along the St. Lawrence River include Charlottenburgh Park Beach, Mille Roches Beach, Brown’s Bay Beach, Glengarry Beach, Woodlands Beach and Farran Park Beach. The second longest freshwater beach in the world, Sauble boasts eleven kilometres of long, white, sandy beach.
Enjoy a walk on the beach and take in the sunset at Grand Bend Beach. Guests at Oakwood Resort have private access to a portion of Grand Bend!

Soak up the sun in the heart of the Bruce Peninsula at Black Creek Provincial Park, Singing Sands Beach or Lion’s Head BeachSouthampton Beach is a white sand beach peppered with enchanting sand dunes, famous for its Chantry Island Lighthouse tours, located one kilometre offshore.

ONTARIO'S URBAN OASIS

Combine sun, sand and skyline views at these great city beaches at Sugar Beach across from Redpath Sugar Refinery in Toronto's eastern East Bayfront. Located by the shore of Lake Ramsey in Sudbury, Bell Park's playgrounds and wide open spaces are a great place for kids to play. Enjoy sun, sand plus the convenience of a bustling, upscale urban neighbourhood at The Beach in Toronto. Walk on white, soft sand or the long boardwalk, while the kids kick it up at the Sandcastle Festival at Cobourg Beach.

Grand Bend Beach

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A couple walk the beach towards the water at dusk.

SINGING SANDS BEACH

Located in the Bruce Peninsula National Park, near Tobermory, this beach features gorgeous sand dunes and wetlands, and offers great birding opportunities.
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