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Wasaga Beach

The Beach

Wasaga Beach

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.
Sand & Sunshine


From the original Algonquin wards of the land, to the tale of the schooner and Wasaga’s role in the War of 1812; it’s evolution from a premier summer holiday vacation town to a burgeoning year-round community, there is lots to learn about our history. Visit our page or the Wasaga Beach Archives to learn more!
Boardwalks & Sunsets

Visit Responsibly

While we love exploring and enjoying our surroundings, it’s important that we respect our environment and the sensitive ecosystems that we are lucky to play, live, and work in.
Water and ice safety, following trail signage, and “leave no trace” are all practices that help to protect you, our community, and our natural attractions.

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More to Explore

Explore Like a Local

Plan your visit

Are you visiting Wasaga Beach for the first time? Read on for some trip inspiration, and to learn more about some of Wasaga Beach’s local gems. Natural wonders, exciting adventures, and relaxing outings can all be found around town.