Sauble Beach Ontario
Bruce Peninsula-Georgian Bay Region of Southern Ontario, Canada
Sauble Beach, Ontario, Canada is a popular summer adventure destination located on the eastern shores of Lake Heron in the Bruce Peninsula-Georgian Bay Region of Southern Ontario, Canada. The community is a small town which sees a large influx of tourists during the summer months because of the very popular 7 kilometre long sandy beach.
The most popular attraction of the community is the main sandy beach complimented by a smaller beach referred to as south beach - both named after the community, or is it the other way around. The 12 kilometre sand bar creates the family-friendly beach, which translates into shallow and warm waters.
Popular Activities Enjoyed When Visiting Sauble Beach
Canadian Voyageurs when they first arrived to the region called the area "Riviere au Sable" meaning River to the Sand. Today, Sauble Beach is one of the largest freshwater beaches in the world. Some of the summer activities enjoyed at the beach includes swimming, beachcombing, jogging, windsurfing, kite boarding, jet skiing, water-skiing, boating, golfing, beach volleyball and picnicking. During the winter one can enjoy cross country skiing and snowmobiling.
Services and Amenties When in Sauble Beach
Located outside the beach gates are a good assortment of eateries, many with outdoor patios. Being that Sauble Beach is a beach community there are many services and amenities important to summer tourists. Some of the main services found in the community include a campground, cottages, resorts, hotels, motels, B&Bs, restaurants, grocery store, gas stations, attractions, a speedway and a golf course.
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