6 Gorgeous Ontario Beaches You Need To Visit While you Still Can

>Escape the busy city crowds of Toronto and explore the great outdoors in Ontario. Surprisingly, our province is home to many beaches with crystal clear waters and soft golden sand, along with fresh tropic-looking trees. Only a short drive from your home you can satisfy your vacation cravings. With a trip to Ontario’s Caribbean like beaches.


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Instead of coping with the crowds, we’ve compiled a list of eight Ontario beaches where you can unwind and chill. Before summer is over, plan your next road trip to experience some good vibes on the beach.

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Grand Bend Beach

At Grand Bend you will enjoy a tropic-like summer with out the exotic bugs and crazy heat. This beach runs for 25 miles along the shores of Lake Huron, the water is crystal clear and the shallow water gets super warm!

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Sandbanks Dunes Beach

Sandbanks Dunes Beach is located in Prince Edward County, near Belleville. This tropical park has three beaches; Outlet Beach, Dunes Beach, and Sandbanks that surround large sand dunes that descend into the water. What makes this beach unique is it exotic sand dunes.

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Port Dover

If you want to feel like you’re on an island somewhere tropical, Port Dover Beach is perfect for you. It’s located on Lake Erie, one of the warmest of the Great Lakes, and you can expect to find clear waves there.

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Crystal Beach

The name basically speak for itself, with over 15 things to do at this beach taking a dip in the beach is a must. This beach’s perfectly transparent water will have you misstating your in Caribbean!

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Sauble Beach

Sauble Beach is one of the best beaches in Ontario, stretching along Lake Huron for 10 kilometers of sand. Grab your towel, sunblock, best shade and head down to this beach for fresh water and white sand similar to the in Mexico!

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Little Cove Beach

This long but narrow rock beach has clear water overlooking a beautiful scenery. This beach is perfect for walking or taking pictures if you don’t want to get wet!

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