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Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, Wasaga Beach
(3.7/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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. Our Wasaga Beach vacation builder makes visiting Wasaga Beach Provincial Park and other Wasaga Beach attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The great thing about this beach is that you can always find a spot as it is the world's longest freshwater beach! There are six parks in all. Some of the parks are more suited for picnicking, while o...  more »
  • In visits to friends Quebecers exiles in ontario for the work we're going to relax at the beach. Great beach, water clear, history with the history of the boat, parking easy and affordable. But this isn't the sea and salt water. We can still see waves. Beautiful place was American.
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  • It was 7° the wind chill factor felt like zero. Listening to the waves crashing in rhythm and stepping into the soft sand was a fantastic experience.