The World’s Longest Fresh Water Beach!

The Beach is Just the Beginning to…

A fantastic summer vacation
Wasaga Beach has been long hailed as one the premier tourist destinations in Ontario. For over a century tourists have traveled to the welcoming shores of Nottawasaga Bay, to stroll along 14 kilometers of white sand beach, swim in warm, clean waters and enjoy the panoramic mountain views across the Bay. The Town offers a good variety of accommodations and restaurant choices. There is a different event almost every weekend and lots of choice for evening entertainment.

A recreation paradise
Perhaps the best kept secret in Wasaga Beach is the endless recreation trails for hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

The trails have easy access routes to commercial centres, yet only a few feet away you are once again lost in the beauty of the sand dune system and abundantly forested landscape. Bring your camera and your sports gear. Our trail system is unforgettable.

For those wanting a change from land-based activities, try casting your rod in the Nottawasaga River for some magnificent game fishing. There are also boat rentals available, and great canoe routes to explore.

Things to do…

Wasaga Beach Events Calender
See what’s going on in the area

Waterworld Water Park
2 locations offer wave pool, kiddie playland, high speed water slides and much more provide lots of thrills and spills.

Indoor/outdoor Paintball – April – November
Enjoy the exciting, safe sport of paintball on 60-acres of rolling wooded terrain. Playing field site rated the best paintball in Canada.

Provides entertainment for the whole family including a one mile go-kart track, nine professional batting cages, 36 hole miniature golf and snack-bar.

Rounds Ranch Farm Adventures
Canada’s most spectacular cornfield maze plus horse & tractor drawn wagon rides, pedal carts, giant straw maze, roped tree maze, soybean maze, apples away, plus much more.


Nancy Island
This museum displays the original hull of the schooner HMS Nancy, which in the Nottawasaga River in 1814. The museum offers regular tours daily, special events and evening programs which take place around a campfire.

Where to eat

For more information on Wasaga beach go to wasagabeach.com