Wasaga Beach is home to the World’s Longest Freshwater Beach and one of Ontario’s most unique coastal dune ecosystems. More than 14 kilometers of white sandy coastline welcome millions of visitors from around the world every year. Visitors can expect to enjoy the pristine natural landscape and panoramic views of South Georgian Bay.

Wasaga Beach has an wide variety of accommodations and restaurant choices, as well as special events and abundant evening entertainment. Perhaps one of our the best kept secrets are the extended recreation trails for hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling that wind through Wasaga's diverse naturescape. Discover the beauty of our sand dune system and abundantly forested landscape!

For those wanting a change from land-based activities, try casting your rod in the Nottawasaga River for some magnificent game fishing or jumping out of a plane if it’s a thrill that you are seeking. There are also boat rentals available and great canoe routes to explore.

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Rediscover Wasaga

Wasaga Beach offers an excellent variety of accommodations, dining, service, and shopping options. All offered up with our special beachside hospitality.

If you haven't already, it is time for you to consider Wasaga Beach your Ontario playground and paradise destination. Are you looking for open space? Check. Are you looking for fresh air? Check. Are you looking for warm white sandy beaches that stretch as far as you can see? Check!  

Have fun for the day or relax for the week. Come and create new family memories with us on Ontario's most epic shoreline.  

Stand Up Paddle Boarding in Wasaga Beach Image: Wasaga Under Seige at the Nancy Island Historic Site

Image: Warming up with hot chocolate after a frosty walk along local trails 

Your Four Season Destination

Wasaga Beach is undoubtedly recognized for its shoreline's long, sandy beach. Did you know that you can keep you and your family entertained here all year round?

Wasaga Beach is centrally located in the South Georgian Bay region and with it comes a wide variety of daytripping options. Golfing, skydiving, caving, hiking, boating, fishing, biking, canoeing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sleigh rides, you name it - we've got it. 

Stay for the weekend and head out for the day. Reconnect with your friends for barbeque and campfires under the stars and wake up to the crisp smell of cedar forests and our charming wildlife.

Located only 90 minutes away from Toronto, come and see for yourself that the beach really is just the beginning!