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.
Check out Ontario’s beautiful beaches.
Wasaga Beach, Wasaga Beach
With 14 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 boasts the world’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation and three expansive sandy beaches that are perfect for families.
Sauble Beach, Sauble Beach
The second longest freshwater beach in the world, Sauble has an 11-km long white sand beach.
Grand Bend Beach, Grand Bend
Enjoy a walk on the beach and take in the sunset at one of Ontario’s most popular.
Cobourg Beach, Cobourg
Walk on white, soft sand or the long boardwalk, while the kids kick it up at the and Sandcastle Festival.
The Beach, Toronto
Enjoy sun, sand, play areas and boardwalk, plus the convenience of a bustling, upscale urban neighbourhood.
Agate Beach, Lake Superior
Named one of the best natural beaches in the world by Travel and Escape Network, the Lake Superior agate is a type of agate stained by iron and found on the shores of Lake Superior.
Southampton Beach, Southampton
A 1-km long white sand beach peppered with enchanting sand dunes, famous for its Chantry Island Lighthouse tours, located 1-km offshore.
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.
Bell Park, Sudbury
Located by the shore of Lake Ramsey, Bell Park's playgrounds and wide open spaces are a great place for kids to play.