The health and well-being of all travellers to Wasaga Beach is our number one priority.
We recommend that you call or check ahead online with each business to ensure that you have the most up to date information available.

Welcome to the World's Longest Fresh Water Beach

Wasaga Beach has been long hailed as one of the premier tourist destinations in the world. Our white sandy beach stretches across 14km of South Georgian Bay shoreline and includes a panoramic vista of the Niagara Escarpment.

Wasaga Beach is also home to the scenic Nottawasaga River and a dramatic and unique sand dune system, all surrounded by hectares of natural wetlands and woodlands. Wasaga Beach is truly a natural wonder and a recreational paradise with trails, cycling routes, parks, and waterfront access all year round.

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. But 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 back here 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!

Visitor Information

We are happy to announce that as of July 30, 2020 the Welcome Centre located at 116 Mosley Street will be open to provide visitor information from Thursday to Monday between 10:00am-5:00pm until Labour Day. Staff will be available to answer questions and provide tourism information in the form of maps, brochures and guides. The Town of Wasaga Beach would like to acknowledge Ontario Parks and the Friends of Nancy Island for their support with this initiative as we continue to serve our local community.   

Please be advised Nancy Islan​d Historic Site​ remains closed due to COVID-19 and there will be no access to the Treasure Chest Gift Store and interpretive displays. Public washrooms will be available from outside from Thursday through Monday. Please note that Wasaga Beach is located within the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit and visitors are asked to wear a mask or face covering when visiting various indoor public facilities, where you may come into contact with other visitors or park staff. We appreciate your cooperation.

Image: Alexander welcoming guests at the Welcome Centre

If you have visitor inquiries please contact Welcome Centre staff at 705-429-2728 during the office hours listed above. For information on the Provincial Park and local beach areas please contact the local Ontario Parks office at 705-429-2516 or visit their website.  

Visitor Guides

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Simcoe County Trails Guide  Simcoe County Paddling Guide  Simcoe County Trails Guide  Simcoe County Waterways Guide