Barrie-Muskoka Area Beaches



Lakeside Beach overlookign Crowbush

Barrie

Dogs are not allowed on beaches at Johnson Beach, Minets Point, or Tyndale Park. Dogs are allowed on designated walkways in Centennial, Heritage, and Allandale Station Park.

Centennial Beach Midland

Orillia's Lake Couchiching Beach Orillia

Wasaga Beach Area 1 thru 6 Wasaga Beach View There are six park areas within the Town of Wasaga Beach, with change/washrooms, some playground equipment and BBQ pits. All parks are on the beach front. For hustle and the bustle, stick to Beach Area One, home to shops, restaurants, nightly entertainment, mini golf and water slides. This is where the crowd is younger and the bathing suits are skimpier. This is also Wasaga's new Special Events Venue, which hosts exciting beach volleyball tournaments, Corvette Weekend (Beach Cruize), Vintage auto displays to Kitefest and Fireworks. Wasaga Beach Provincial Park has eight beach area (entry fees for vehicles only), each with its own washrooms, change facilities and picnic tables. As a rule of thumb, the farther west you go, the quieter and less crowded the beaches become. Families can stake out picnic tables and set up camp for the day and relax in the sun.

Muskokas

Bracebridge

Huntsville

Muskoka

Oxtongue Lake

Port Carling

Parry Sound The dozens of public beaches in the Georgian Bay area range from white sand to rocky granite.

Georgian Bay - Bruce

Owen Sound/Meaford/Thornbury/Craigleith

Georgian Bay -Lake Huron

Grey-Bruce -Lake Huron

http://www.greycounty.ca/index.cfm Huron County

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