BeachesSeek out the sun on sandy beaches stretching as far as the eye can see. Witness breathtaking sunsets, paddle past deserted rocky stretches of wilderness waterfront or connect with friends and family on an urban boardwalk.
With 14 kilometres of sandy shoreline, it's the longest freshwater beaches in the world.
Sandbanks boasts the world’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation and three expansive sandy beaches that are perfect for families.
GRAND BEND BEACH
Enjoy a walk along Lake Huron and take in the sunset at one of Ontario’s most popular beaches.
THE BEACH, TORONTO
Enjoy sun, sand, play areas and the boardwalk, plus the convenience of a bustling, upscale urban neighbourhood.
SUGAR BEACH, TORONTO
Located across from Redpath Sugar Refinery in Toronto's eastern East Bayfront, this beach functions as a waterfront public space for relaxation, leisure, and social activities.
SINGING SANDS BEACH
Located in Bruce Peninsula National Park, near Tobermory, this beach features gorgeous sand dunes and wetlands, and offers great birding opportunities.
PORT STANLEY BEACH
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.
BLUE MOUNTAIN RESORT BEACH
Just 10 minutes from the resort, it's the perfect private retreat for the resort's overnight guests.
Located on Lake Ontario, Canada's largest city also has beautiful spaces to relax and enjoy the waterfront.