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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  • I moved here a year and a half ago and this is what I have noticed, as a resident you cannot access these beautiful beaches without paying like a tourist, I paid 150.00 to get a pass to access the par...  more »
  • We love the beach restaurants, terraces I was at least 3 foix, hand-ins they we a Wal-Mart for a few year. Beautiful retro restaurants. We're close to everything even the Dairy Queen. Very nice if a walk has feet
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  • No cars, a few people, snow quickly melting, and a few workers getting the beach groomed for the summer rush! So peaceful at this time of the season with nothing open yet worth the time to relax here....  more »
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  • The beach is 9 miles long and I love walking on the beach. It has the typical touristy section, beach one and two. You have the quiet family beaches with picnic tables and BBQ spaces at 3 and 4. Beaches 5 and 6 are mostly used by the residents of Wasaga and seasonal cottages owners. It is more rustic and parking is hard to come by. If you go up towards Allen Beach from the main beach you will be in for a beautiful nature experience. It's only 1 1/2 from Toronto so it's a perfect day trip.
  • This is THE trashiest beach I've ever been to in my entire life. There were dirty diapers on the beach, old fast food wrappers, and so many cigarette butts. The little carnival they have is super sketchy, I wouldn't trust any of the rides there. The only upside to this place is the decent ice cream shop they have but that was the ONLY upside. I wouldn't suggest this place to anyone. Also on our way into the beach there was a lady laying on the side of the road in a thong with her butt facing the road and all of the families coming in.
  • Nice place to visit.. sunrise and sunset is awesome.. beach is clean.. water is much cleaner in the morning
  • I spent alot of time here as a kid and i find it very relaxing and beautiful.
  • We won't be back. Dog area was totally empty and we tried to let our dog off leash to swim. We immediately had some older ladies complaining that were walking through the 150m dog area. Other beaches have dog exercise areas, this does not. Your dog is expected to sit on a leash while you try to enjoy the beach. No frisbee, no swimming etc. All so ladies can enjoy their morning walk rather than avoid the 150m dog area. Other areas of Ontario are just as nice and much friendlier/all inclusive.
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