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Ontario Beach News

Beach News in Ontario provides up-to-date information on beach tips, beach links and beach listings. Links to beach events, beach festivals and beach entertainment can be found here.

Ontario Beach News 2012

Back to the Beach Festival at Wasaga

On August 11 & 12, 2012, Beach Booster Promotions will bring back the fun and excitement of yesteryear on this stretch of Main Street. Back to The BEACH event will remind all with memories of the good old days of Wasaga Beach that fun and entertainment can come back to The Beach! We will have music from the 60's, 70's and 80's creating a family friendly atmosphere on a once again busy Main Street plus the worlds longest bikini line.  See Wasaga Beach Festival, more on Ontario beaches.

Wasaga Beach Barrie Beaches Accessible via Go Transit

Getting north of Toronto to cooler beach areas is now possible with Go trains running to and from Barrie on weekends during the summer.  Pick an overnight stay and you can get back to Toronto the next day.  See Barrie area hotels and getaway packages.   More about Barrie beaches, and Barrie events and activities


Ontario Beach Check

Check the Ontario beaches for swimming conditions, safety and water quality. A number of regions around Ontario will post the latest conditions on your favourite beach areas.  Beaches can be posted, closed or acceptable water
quality. Health departments in various municipalities monitor beach water quality.  See Ontario beach reports

Wasaga Beach USA Today features Wasaga Beach as Vacation Destination

Wasaga Beach in Ontario, Canada, approximately one hour from Toronto, lies on the shores of Nottawasaga Bay and is one of the top tourist destinations in Ontario. Wasaga Beach sites on nearly nine miles of sandy beaches. From across Nottawasaga Bay, visitors can enjoy the views of the Blue Mountains. See complete story on Things to do in Wasaga Beach.  Find out more on Wasaga Beach Ontario Canada publisher notes that Wasaga Beach received the presigeous Blue Flag

Wasaga Beach Time to hit the beach in Ontario

Toronto Sun - June 2012:  Now that summer is officially here, many thoughts turn to sun and surf.  
Yes, summer’s a beach and that fact is backed up by a poll from saying the most popular getaway choice is a beach trip. Bring out the best beach bum in you See complete story Time to hit the beach in Ontario

Wasaga Beach Vacation inspiration - Ontario's beaches

MetroNews Canada - Jun 2012
Some of the finest beaches in the world are found along the east coast of Lake Huron.
With pure sand lake bottoms, still waters and warm shallows perfect for youngsters, Lake Huron beaches are an ideal focal point for a memorable family vacation.  See complete story on  Lake Huron Beaches,  400Eleven Publishers Note:  Georgian Bay is part of Lake Huron and the beaches along Georgian Bay are some of the best in the world.  See Georgian Bay Beach Gallery  

Beaches north in Ontario Canada Get 2012 Blue Flag Designation

This summer, 17 beaches and four marinas will fly the Blue Flag in Canada. Blue Flag is an international eco-label awarded to beaches and marinas that meet high environmental standards. And as the program marks its 25th year, Canada sees the first certified beaches and marinas outside Ontario.   Manitoba, Quebec and Nova Scotia are receiving Blue Flags for the first time.  Ontario Beaches in the upper great lakes include

  • Grand Bend Beach, Grand Bend Marina and Port Franks Marina on Lake Huron in the Municipality of Lambton Shores
  • Bayfield Main Beach and Bluewater Marina on Lake Huron in the Municipality of Bluewater
  • Station Beach on Lake Huron in Kincardine
  • Sauble Beach on Lake Huron in the Town of South Bruce Peninsula
  • Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, on Georgian Bay, stay in Collingwood or Wasaga Beach Ontario

Choose from public beaches or private beach resorts in Ontario. 

Beach Ready? How about your legs?

The Globe and Mail offers up 5 ways to get your legs ready for summer and the beach. All winter long you’ve been hibernating in your cozy home – and now, suddenly, the sun has returned. Those weeks and months of sitting on the couch, huddled under blankets, give way to the prospect – for some, the horror – of slipping on a pair of shorts. But don’t let the warm weather worry you. Fitness experts have weighed in to solve your woes. This five-point plan will prepare you for spring exposure. Pick your Ontario Beach Resort

Ontario Beach News July 2011

An unlikely Beach getaway destination: Oshawa, Ontario
This story is the second in a series about swimming in Lake Ontario. We hope you enjoyed this year's (2011) swimming season! Oshawa isn't typically associated ...

Simcoe, Grey and Bruce County Beach Resort Destinations 
With over 89 beaches with public access located in the region just a short ... county beaches are considered the Florida of the north for Ontario beaches. ...Georgian Bay & Lake Huron have also garnered a world wide reputation with Blue Flag Beach Ratings again in 2011.


Ontario Water Based Fun 

Wasaga Beach Featured in U.S.A. Today

How to Camp in Wasaga Beach, Ontario | Travel Tips
Wasaga Beach in Ontario, Canada, is the world's longest freshwater beach,
according to the "Lonely Planet: Canada" guidebook. The 8.7-mile beach is split See more travel north of Toronto information on Wasaga Beach Tourist Information,and Ontario Canada Travel Information

A gateway to the Canadian wilderness
Toronto Star article....By Susan Pigg. "History and nature pair up perfectly at Sibbald Point Provincial Park, the first taste of Canadian wilderness for new immigrants and novice campers.....Hugh Sibbald recalls the park, (the fifth generation on this picturesque stretch of Lake Simcoe) and still very much a name in the community. He runs The Briars Resort and Spa just west of the park, an upscale inn, cottage and golf community which has been in his family since 1880".............. See complete article.
Note: Visit the beautiful beaches of Lake Simcoe at Sibbald Point Provincial Park,

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