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Getting Ready for Snow Season 2014-15
The southern Georgian Bay area is hoping for another great snow season after near record snow falls in 2014. Find area cottages, resorts, inns and hotelsand lodges plan your winter getaways in advance of the the 2014-15 winter season.
Highway 26 Roundabouts To Ease Travel Congestion
Wasaga Beach Family & Couples Getaways
Wasaga Beach resort area runs from Midland to Collingwood. Wasaga Beach Provincial Park offers popular summer swimming locations. Wasaga continues to receive the prestigious 'Blue Flag Rating' for quality. Beaches like Balm Beach, Tiny Beach are often considered part of Wasaga Beach area.
Wasaga Beach is located north west of Barrie in Simcoe County (Historic Huronia). The Beach can be reached by going through the towns of Elmvale on Highway 27, or by taking Highway 26 west from Barrie and following the signs. From Collingwood proceed east on Highway 26, and follow the signs. See Wasaga Beach Map
For latest fall colour (color) changes please see Fall Colours Leaf Change Central Ontario
A road trip around Lake Simcoe including Barrie and Orillia, provides seveval options and with side trips including spectacular fall colour maple sugar bush areas in Simoce County such as Horseshoe Valley Wasaga Beach, Elmvale and Miniesing with recommended events,festivals and fall fairs.
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Attractions in the Wasaga Beach Area
Fishing Nottawasaga River to Georgian Bay
Culture and History
Wasaga Beach Area Tourism Information
Official Town Web Site: Town of Wasaga Beach
Georgian Bay Area Travel and Tourism Information
Ontario road trips around Georgian Bay must include a Wasaga Beach stop. This is the world's longest fresh water beach and is a great people watching spot in addition to swimming and sandy beach.
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Of Ontario (Official Government of Ontario Road Map)