Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, Wasaga Beach

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The longest freshwater beach in the world, Wasaga Beach Provincial Park offers recreational opportunities year-round. Take a relaxing walk along the Nottawasaga river beach, divided into eight sections, and enjoy the view of the Niagara escarpment across the river bay. In summer you can swim in the clear river water, sunbathe, or hike one of the surrounding scenic trails. When it snows, the park becomes a popular spot for skiing and snowmobiling along the tracks. By using our Wasaga Beach attractions planner, you can arrange your visit to Wasaga Beach Provincial Park and other attractions in Wasaga Beach.
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  • Wonderful place no parking problems There r lots of space and also very good area toilet shops security everything are available Thanks Wasaga Beach admin  more »
  • lots of people, good energy. there was a FREE shawn desmond concert which was really surprising, the crowd gathered and everything sang along, and was having great time  more »
  • But don’t rely just on my review if you are planning to visit the Wasaga Beach. It is quite likely that I picked the worst day to visit the place in the past 10 years (or more). The temperature was 44...  more »
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  • If you have a dog, then this is the beach for you. Beach area 3 has a section for people that has dogs. The dogs must be on the leash at all times and you have to be in between 2 posts. It can get packed pretty quickly. The people are a little odd and more willing to fight, over things that should not matter. So just make sure that your dog is well behaved. Otherwise, this section is pretty clean, water is shallow for the little kids, sand is everywhere. Not enough pinic tables but it is pretty good and will go again.
  • Canada Day 2018. Absolutely stunning beautiful place. Unbelievably busy but what do you expect on a 40+ degree weather on a long weekend. Many beach areas, ( 6 I think) some areas just sand sun and water Beach area 1 is packed with all the Beach things you may want / need literally steps away from beach. Beachwear, Food/Drink/ Music and of your really having a good time even a tattoo area. Beach shop staff are young energetic friendly and very helpful. Sand is clean, seemed to be a lot of security / police presence as was so crowded. Water is clear and you can walk out for quite a ways before it gets deep which is what a non confident ( not very good) swimmer like myself likes and feels safe in. Lots of area to picnic , BBQ and just have a great time. I didn’t stay overnight but by the looks of things Lots of rooms, cottages and places to stay. Will be back again for sure.
  • nice long beach if willing to walk along a bit you will find a spot not too crowded. going during the week day it is less busy nice shallow water is great for young kids lots of space people are not bumping into each other. parking is expensive as is the food.
  • Beach 6 was very enjoyable, the water stays shallow a good way out, great for kids. Beach 1 had a few shops and a very hot Tim Horton's. $5 all day parking was pretty nice. Would recommend for a nice day trip or weekend beach getaway with friends or family.
  • It’s a nice place. Probably best area for swimming in Wasaga. Boat launch is there on the River side. Very wide. Huge parking area.
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