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Couchiching Beach Park, Orillia

(4.5/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Enjoy the bustling waterfront at Couchiching Beach Park, which you’ll find just a short walk from the center of town. With regular events and outdoor shows scheduled throughout the year, the park often becomes a hub of activity. Watch boats coming and going from the water's edge, or walk through the large open spaces to discover the historic Champlain Monument. The park also offers a picnic area, bandstand, miniature steam railway, and children’s play areas. Stop by the sandy beaches to enjoy a refreshing dip in the cool water. Paved pathways run throughout the wheelchair-accessible park. Using our world travel planner, Orillia attractions like Couchiching Beach Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I go to the Couch Beach park all summer. It is a great pace to walk on the boardwalk and onto the Lightfoot Trail. There are Festivities run almost every weekend during the summer months. The Scottish...  more »
  • Great for boaters, walkers, bikers, kids. Hosts great fairs all season. Love French's Stand! Great food.  more »
  • I visited the Couchiching Beach Park to take a long walk along the water area. The beach area is well maintained and is a pleasant place in all weather for a stroll.  more »
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  • Large park with padded play areas for kids and a dock for fishing. Two side boat launch and ample trailer parking along the road.
  • Has a casual trail for biking that I use for Pokemon Go (11 stops and a gym within 5 minutes), has a fairly large playground for children, a small skate park on the eastern end, and plenty of benches/tables to sit at while looking out over the lake.
  • Ugh, I've been visiting this beach every summer ever since I was little. It's such a beautiful scenery, such a nice and quiet place to be at.
  • Best thing about Orillia, very well maintained and love all the activities that take place here. Beautiful surroundings, great fishing, and great for sports and a picnic. My family and I frequent this spot.
  • Beautiful park with something for everyone. Beach for swimming or just laying back, bike or walking path that that stretches along the waterfront as well as through a tree covering that connects it to Tudhope Park to the east, a number of historical monuments for any history buffs, and there are a number of well maintained washrooms site.