Wasaga Beach — Longest Freshwater Beach
Wasaga Beach has the distinction of being the world’s longest freshwater beach and is always a popular summer destination. In recent years the residential core has expanded significantly, and with it new retail and services that cater to a growing year-round population. Wasaga Beach’s popularity with home buyers is due to its attractive prices and close proximity to employment opportunities in Barrie, Midland, Borden and Collingwood. It also offers great golfing, hiking, cycling, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling. The “Rec-Plex” is centrally located with an auditorium, amphitheater and YMCA.
The lifestyle - Who would like it here?
Always wanted to live by the beach? You can in Wasaga Beach. Families enjoy safe swimming in the warm, shallow waters and playing on the wide sandy beach. There is excellent Birding at Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, Boating on Nottawasaga Bay which has a Canoe Route of 32 km. Great fishing and hiking. In Winter there is Cross Country Skiing and snowshoeing on over 30km of trails. The Wasaga Trail Centre offers rentals, refreshments and warm-up outback ski shelters.
Best Kept Secret
Blueberry Trails 30 km of groomed Nordic ski terrain located in Wasaga Beach Provincial Park.
Our Favorite Restaurants
Catch 22 Fresh Market Grill, Little Marina Restorante & Pizzeria, Barcelos Restaurant, Katmanis Thai Restaurant, Georgian Circle Steak & Seafood Restaurant, Sushi Saga, Mosley Street Grill, British Cuisine Fish & Chips, Yammas Grill