Ontario Beaches For Summer Fun
Ontario beaches for swimming are within easy reach of Toronto GTA. Choose from public beaches with beach camping in parks or private beach resorts. Beaches provide many of the summer sports such as beach volleyball, water sports, swimming, fishing, boating and water skiing,
Canadians Love for Beach Holidays Starts on Victoria Holiday Weekend
TORONTO, ONTARIO, May 16, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) --
2012 Flip Flop Report: Study Examines Beach Goer Behaviours
With the unofficial start to summer the Victoria Day weekend, this study tells Ontario residents something they already know.
--the preferences of the typical beach-loving Canadian vacationer....Canada is among the most enthusiastic about beach vacations,
with 45 per cent of Canadians saying they prefer a beach vacation to all other types of vacations Beach story continues.....Highway 400 leads to most of Ontario's best beach locations.
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 ...
How to Pack a Lunch for the Beach
Visiting the beach during summer is about spending a lot of time there, including lunch time.
If you do plan to stay for lunch, as well as ensuring you're properly covered up against the midday sun.
Or, you can check out the beach resorts where they pack you a picnic lunch.
Beach Volleyball Tournament in Mactier
Muskoka Beach Volleyball Tournament Blast...
Friday, July 29th from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 30th from 9:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Come out and demonstrate your athletic prowess at the Second Annual Blast sponsored by Labatt.
The only one of its kind in Muskoka and it will be action packed and fun for everyone. BeachTeams will consist of six players each.
Mactier is easily accessible of of Highway 400 north, More on Muskoka Ontario.
Ontario Beach Resort Getaways-Private Beaches
Barrry's Bay Area
Clear Lake (Emsdale)
Georgian Bay Area
Kearny (north of Huntsville)
Lake Of Bays
Lake Bernard (north of Huntsville)
Lake Eugenia (Flesherton)
Lake Nipissing (Monetville)
North Bay area (Redbridge)
Tomiko Lake (Crystal Falls)
Trent-Severn (Sparrow Lake)
Ontario Beach Directory - Public Beaches
Belleville-Bay of Quinte, Ontario
- Brock Beaverton North Beach
- Beaverton South Beach
- Thorah Centennial Park
- Lakeview Beach West
- Scugog Kinsmen Beach
- Uxbridge Elgin Pond
Bruce County –Lake Huron
- Twelve Mile Beach,
- Bissett Beach,
- Horseshoe Lake,
- Forsters Beach
- Rotary Park Minden
- See Photo Gallery Haliburton
- Amberley Beach
- Port Albert Beach
- Goderich Main Beach
- St. Christopher’s Beach
- Black’s Point Road Beach
- Bayfield Main Beach
- Bayfield South Beach
- Stanley Township Sideroad #10 beach
- Grand Bend Beach
- Station Beach-Blue Flag Rated
- Inverhuron Beach
- Boiler Beach
- Bruce Beach
- Lorne Beach
- Lurgan Beach
Lake of Bays
Lake Ontario Beaches (north of Toronto)
Lake Simcoe Beaches
Muskoka Ontario Beaches
National Parks with Beaches
Ottawa Area Beaches
- Beach across the road from Owen Sound Golf Course
- Kelso Beach (Owen Sound)
- Hibou (Owen Sound area)
- Ainslie Woods (Owen Sound area)
- Meaford Beach
- Christie Beach (Meaford area)
- Little River Beach (Thornbury)
- County Beach (Thornbury)
- Northwinds Beach (Craighleith)
Sault Ste. Marie
- West Nipissing -Duschesnay Falls
- Callander Bay -Nestled along the south-eastern shores of Lake
- Sturgeon Falls -On the West end of Nipissing, a bit East of
- Georgina Balfour Beach
- Georgina Claredon Beach
- Georgina De La Salle Beach
- Georgina Franklin Beach
- Georgina Holmes Point
- Georgina Island Grove
- Georgina Jackson's Point Beach
- Georgina Keswick Beach (Church St.)
- Georgina North Gwillimbury Park
- Georgina Paradise/Willow Beach
- Georgina Parkwood Crescent Beach(South Keswick – Glenwoods)
- Georgina Penninsula Motel
- Georgina Port Bolster Beach
- King Recreation Island at Seneca College
- Whitchurch-Stouffville Shadow Lake
- Whitchurch-Stouffville Cedar Beach(Musselman's Lake)
- Willow Beach Dock
View Beaches North Of Toronto in a larger map
Beach Tips and Checklist
Equipment and beach gear needed for the perfect beach family vacation getaway:
- beach chair
- beach toys (pail, shovel)
- beach towel
- beach umbrella
- beach bag
- beach ball
- beverages includes water
- Sun glasses
- Good books and Magazine
The above beaches in Ontario are only a small selection of the many beaches available. To consider more beach locations check the Ontario Lakes, Rivers and Streams which combines the names of lakes with towns and cities.
Ontario Beaches Winter Wonderlands
Breaking waves and ice formation offer up photographic opportunities on beaches during a Canadian winter. Many beaches offer nice flat walking,cross country skiing and snowshoeing for beginners. Waterfowl migrations during late fall and early winter can be a birders best season sightings along Ontario shorelines waterfronts. See Barrie's Minet's point beach with visiting Trumpeter swans.