20 Top Things to Do in Wasaga Beach This Summer (2023)
Are you looking for the best things to do in Wasaga Beach right now? You’re in the right place!
There’s no denying that Wasaga Beach is a tourist hot spot in the summer months. And with that comes some pretty fantastic attractions and summer activities for you to enjoy.
We’ll highlight what to do to in Wasaga Beach to make the most of your summer days, touching on free things to do (including hanging out on the shores of the longest freshwater beach in the world!), as well as some of the most exciting activities you can’t find anywhere else.
From extreme sports to river cruises to hiking in Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, we think you’ll like this list of the best things to do in Wasaga Beach this summer.
- Things to Do in Wasaga Beach
- Things to Do in Town
- Things to Do in Nature
- Things to Do & Places to Visit Near Wasaga Beach
- What is the Main Beach at Wasaga Beach?
- Wasaga Beach Areas
- Wasaga Beach Parking
- Town of Wasaga Beach
- Where to Stay in Wasaga Beach
- Best Restaurants in Wasaga Beach
- Is Wasaga Beach Worth Visiting?
- How Busy is Wasaga Beach?
- When is the Best Time to Visit Wasaga Beach?
- Where is Wasaga Beach?
- Wasaga FAQs & Rules
- Wrap Up: What to Do in Wasaga Beach
Things to Do in Wasaga Beach
Whether you’re visiting for a day trip or are staying all summer, here are tons of tourist attractions and incredible activities in Wasaga Beach and the surrounding Southern Georgian Bay area. We’ve compiled a list of what to do for an unforgettable trip to this part of Ontario’s coast.
Nothing beats water activities when you’re visiting Wasaga Beach, so let’s start this list by diving into (pun intended) what to do on the beach in Wasaga.
1. Water & Land Sports
Kiteboarding, windsurfing, stand up paddle boarding (SUP), flyboarding, land boarding, kite buggying…the list goes on! If it’s adventurous and involves water or sand, you can probably find it at Wasaga Beach.
As one of Ontario’s most popular beaches, there are tons of adventurous sports waiting for you.
For kayaking and canoe rentals, and SUP lessons and rentals (as well as various other excursions), we recommend Free Spirit Tours.
Free Spirit Tours consistently gets excellent customer reviews, has an easy site to navigate and is a successful local Southern Georgian Bay tour company that has been in operation since 1998.
For boat rentals and waverunner and jet ski rentals, consider renting from Diverse Rentals & Vacations, located in Tiny, Ontario.
Boat tours along the Georgian Bay are another popular thing to do near Wasaga Beach. They are a great way to get out on the water without operating equipment yourself. Diverse Rentals & Vacations offer boat tours from Penetanguishene, which is a 35 minute drive from Wasaga Beach.
2. Cruise the Waters with Shaka Wasaga
One of the best things to do on the water in Wasaga Beach is cruise aboard a custom-built pontoon boat with Shaka Wasaga.
A boat ride with Shaka Wasaga is quite the experience, as it’s specially designed to give you the feeling of escape to the tropics. All without leaving your beloved Wasaga Beach.
On these small group cruises (up to 12 guests aboard), you’ll spend 2 hours sailing along the Nottawasaga River and, weather permitting, out into the Georgian Bay. With cup in hand and music blaring for party vibes, its only good times to be had for all on board.
You can book a daytime cruise for tons of sun or an evening (or even late night) cruise for incredible sunsets and lights from the shore.
While all boats come with a fully licensed bar, kids can also join the cruise for a truly unique beach experience that everyone will remember for years to come.
3. Watch the Spectacular Sunsets
The best place to watch the sun set is on a beach! Lucky for you, Wasaga Beach faces west, meaning the view could not be better. Drift off into your own world and enjoy as the sky turns all shades of pink, purple, orange. Have fun planning your own sunset photoshoot for some awesome keepsakes!
4. Weekend & Evening Entertainment
In the summer season there are events almost every weekend in the town of Wasaga Beach, including fireworks on Victoria Day and Canada Day. Stay up to date and plan ahead with the Town of Wasaga Beach events calendar.
Things to Do in Town
After you’ve spent sufficient time at the beach, it’s time to hit the town for more action. Here’s a look at the top attractions in the town of Wasaga Beach.
5. Wasaga Beach Adventure Park
There’s so much to do at Canada’s premier Paintball, Airsoft and Laser Combat Mega Park. With paintball, laser or archery tag, nerf wars, escape rooms, axe throwing, airsoft and mowre, it’ll be impossible to be bored at Wasaga Beach Adventure Park.
This 70-acre forested property (perfect for paintball!) is located only 7 minutes from the downtown core of Wasaga Beach, and is perfect for those seeking an action-packed day close to the shore.
6. Nancy Island Historic Site
The Nancy Island Historic Site, located on Nancy Island in the Nottawasaga River, is a fascinating and interactive museum honouring the HMS Nancy’s battle in the War of 1812.
Experience an authentic re-enactment brought back to life through live actors, costumes and artifacts from the early 1800s. The site also has a 19th Century lighthouse replica and screens an award-winning educational film.
Steps away from Beach Areas 1 & 2, the Nancy Island Historic Site is an accessible, educational and enjoyable addition to your Wasaga Beach stay.
7. Skydive Wasaga Beach
Get a thrilling bird’s eye view of the beach?! Yes, please!
Skydive Wasaga Beach is Canada’s only tandem skydiving experience with a beach landing, and its excellent customer reviews say it all! Located at Wasaga Sports Park less than ten minutes away from town, this unforgettable trip will make your day more memorable then you could ever imagine.
8. Wasaga 500 Go Karts
Wasaga 500 Go Karts is the perfect destination for anyone looking to enjoy go karting, miniature golf and batting cages. Just 5 minutes away from downtown Wasaga Beach, this location has everything you need in order to have a great time. The 1-mile long track features fast karts for exciting races and promises fun from Spring to Fall!
9. Skull Island Mini Golf
Skull Island Mini Golf has a spectacular 18-hole course will have you feeling like you’re lost on a tropical island with its exotic pirate-themed design! The fun, challenging course is perfect for all ages and skill levels. Located in downtown Wasaga Beach, Skull Island is the perfect addition to your beach adventures.
10. Marlwood Golf & Country Club
Looking to hit the green? Marlwood Golf and Country Club‘s beautiful, well-maintained 18-hold course is located right next to Marl Lake and is surrounded by beautiful wooded areas. Enjoy a relaxing game with friends just 5 minutes from downtown Wasaga Beach.
11. Farmers’ Market
The Wasaga Beach Farmer’s Market runs every Tuesday from June to October, from 4pm to dusk at the RecPlex (1724 Mosley Street, Wasaga Beach). It highlights local artisans and vendors and helps to support the entire beach community.
Running since 2015, visiting the Farmer’s Market is an excellent way to enjoy fresh produce while experiencing some small town charm in this bustling tourist destination!
Things to Do in Nature
If you’re the type of person who wants to maximize their time outdoors, then this next list of top activities in Wasaga Beach is right up your alley.
12. Go Fishing
Georgian Bay Fishing Boat Rentals
Fishing in Georgian Bay is a popular option for visitors with a boat or looking to book a fishing charter.
For fishing boat rentals we recommend going with Diverse Rentals & Vacations. They are a reputable company with water rentals including:
- Fishing boat rentals
- Bowrider rentals
- Pontoon boat rentals
Diverse Rentals & Vacations is located in nearby Tiny, but delivers to other locations along Georgian Bay for a fee.
Nottawasaga River Fishing
Fishing is also great along the Nottawasaga River! Wasaga Beach Provincial Park has a fishing access point in the park, but fishing is also allowed anywhere on the river.
Be sure to check catch and possession limits and don’t forget your fishing license! Local species include rainbow trout, brown trout, Pacific salmon, Smallmouth Bass, splake, and pickerel.
If you’re looking to rent canoes or kayaks for your fishing outing, consider renting with Free Spirit Tours at their Jack’s Lake location (in Wasaga Sports Park).
13. Get Out on the Nottawasaga River
The beautiful Nottawasaga River is home to some of the most fascinating local wildlife: bald eagles, swans, osprey, beavers, turtles, and much more. The river is excellent for fishing, canoeing and boating, boat, so pick your water vehicle of choice and get out on the water!
While there are multiple rental vendors for canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards in the Wasaga area, we recommend Free Spirit Tours as they have an established presence in the area, consistently excellent customer feedback, and informative and easy to navigate website.
They also offer a number of unique rental and tour options in the Wasaga Beach and Collingwood areas.
Free Spirit Tours has rentals (including all safety equipment) available right on the Nottawasaga River at the convenient location of the Wasaga Sports Park.
14. Hike the Beautiful Trails
Wasaga Beach Provincial Park is a destination for travelers looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
With beautiful recreational hiking trails, Wasaga Beach boasts incredible views and plenty of nature’s wildlife just waiting to be discovered by visitors eager to explore!
Peaceful walking paths give way into great scenery as you hike through sand dunes and remnants left behind by ancient glaciers. In winter, cross-country skiing on snowy forest trails creates an enchanting winter wonderland that cannot be forgotten once seen.
Refer to the Ontario Parks Nordic Trails Map for all park trails. The popular cross-province Ganaraska Trail (running from Port Hope, to Collingwood and Midland) also runs through the Wasaga Beach Provincial Park.
For a complete overview of the trail system in the area you can refer to the Town of Wasaga Beach Community Trails Map.
Things to Do & Places to Visit Near Wasaga Beach
There are many great attractions close to Wasaga Beach. Collingwood, Blue Mountain, Midland & Penetanguishene, and many more great small towns in Ontario are accessible within one hour or less. Here’s a look at our recommended places to visit on a day trip from Wasaga Beach.
15. Scenic Caves Nature Adventures
Distance from Wasaga Beach: 35 minutes
Enjoy one of Canada’s premier nature adventures in any season at Blue Mountain’s Scenic Caves Nature Adventures.
Meander on trails through a 200-year-old forest, explore caves carved by glacial ice, zip line through the treetops, and test your courage by traversing Southern Ontario’s longest (420-foot) Suspension Footbridge along the highest point on Niagara Escarpment!
Scenic Caves Nature Adventure is the perfect nature playground for all seasons and is sure to excite even the most daring adventurers!
16. Indulge at Scandinave Spa Blue Mountains
Distance from Wasaga Beach: 35 minutes
The Scandinave Spa Blue Mountains is the perfect place to relax and unwind at any time of the year.
Experience the Nordic spa experience, alternating between hot and cold baths, saunas and showers for an invigorating spa experience that will leave you feeling refreshed after your skiing or hiking adventures! Add on a massage before or after your baths for the full spa package.
We can speak first hand of the exceptionally calm, restorative and luxurious atmosphere of the Scandinave Spa Blue Mountains.
We began our visit with a therapeutic massage by a Registered Massage Therapist, then spent 3 hours of complete quiet (that’s right, no talking and no phones!) in the beautiful forested pools and relaxing and spacious saunas. The whole experience was absolutely magical!
Scandinave Spa Blue Mountains does not disappoint, and is definitely worth the visit.
17. Cave & Rock Climbing
Distance from Wasaga Beach: 40 minutes
Explore the mysterious caves of Metcalfe Rock of the Blue Mountains! You can explore on your own but we highly recommend booking a guided tour with Free Spirit Tours.
If you’re not careful or trained, exploring caves by yourself could be dangerous (or even deadly) so we recommend going with a tour to get the most out of your experience.
The caves are also accessible throughout the winter months adding to your list of options for things to do near Wasaga Beach in the winter.
18. Rounds Ranch
Distance from Wasaga Beach: 10 minutes
Located just 10 minutes from Wasaga Beach, Rounds Ranch is a kids dreamland! Visitors can purchase a seasonal or annual membership (for families or individuals) to access the abundance of fun activities for kids at Rounds Ranch.
Attractions include a petting zoo, ziplines, huge slides, wagon rides, low ropes course, slip’n’slide, bouncy equipment, and so much more!
19. Elmvale Jungle Zoo
Distance from Wasaga Beach: 17 minutes
Elmvale Jungle Zoo is a hidden gem just 15 minutes from Wasaga Beach, featuring rare and exotic wildlife on their 30-acre property.
Visit the zoo to interact with these beautiful creatures up close and personal or watch one of their live shows to see amazing animal performances!
20. Creemore Springs Brewery Tour
Distance from Wasaga Beach: 30 minutes
Creemore Springs Brewery is one of Ontario’s best breweries and has been in operation since 1987. Take a brewery tour for a chance to see how their small-batch brewing process works (using local spring water!) and enjoy free samples of their finest brews.
And if you happen to experience bad weather this indoor activity is a great thing to do near Wasaga Beach on a rainy day.
What is the Main Beach at Wasaga Beach?
Wasaga Beach is divided into 8 Beach Areas, each with its own parking lot and washroom facilities. They range from the main beach (Beach Area 1 & 2) where you will find the main parking lots and majority of waterfront restaurants and shops, to quieter areas that are perfect for a morning jog or late-night stroll.
View the Ontario Parks Map of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park for a layout of the Beach Areas.
Wasaga Beach Areas
Here’s what you can expect at each Wasaga Beach Area:
✔️Beach Area 1 & 2: The busiest section of the beach and home to the largest parking lots, a convenient boat launch, waterfront restaurants and tourist shops. Beach Areas 1 & 2 have been repeatedly designated with Blue Flag Beach Status.
✔️Beach Area 3: Dog friendly section of Wasaga Beach.
✔️Beach Area 4 & 5: More private section of the shoreline, with an onsite playground and picnic tables, making it best for families.
✔️Beach Area 6: Best section of the beach for water sports. It is common to see wind surfers and jet skiers in Beach Area 6.
✔️New Wasaga Beach: Quieter section of beach north of Beach Area 1, and separated from the main beach by the Nottawasaga River.
✔️Allenwood Beach: North of New Wasaga Beach, ideal for swimming and kitesurfing.
Wasaga Beach Parking
Let’s face it: The battle to find parking at a busy tourist spot can sometimes be the hardest part of a whole trip! That’s why we are here to help guide you to your best Wasaga Beach parking options. There are a few different options to be aware of in advance of your visit.
To break it down simply, there are provincial parking lots, municipal parking lots, and private parking lots.
Provincial Parking Lots: Daily rates (per vehicle) are $21 on weekends and holidays, and $18 on weekdays. Because the beach is part of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, Ontario Parks seasonal passes can conveniently be used for these lots.
Likewise, your daily parking pass to a provincial lot gains you in and out access to any other provincial parking lot in the Wasaga Beach Provincial Park.
Municipal Parking Lots: Hourly rates at the Beach Areas are $3/hour for a minimum of 2 hours, and then $1 per 20 minutes after that. For a full list of all municipal parking rates, including premium Beach Area lots and on-street parking meters, refer to the Town of Wasaga Beach – Parking page.
Private Parking Lots: Rates vary.
Parking Lots at Beach Areas
Beach Area 1 Parking: Municipal lots, provincial lots and private lots.
Note: We found that cars in the same lot (the large lot on the beach side, immediately after merging from Main St to Mosley St) had either municipal or provincial parking passes and both appeared to be acceptable, though the sign in the picture below indicates that it is a municipal lot.
Beach Area 2 Parking: Provincial parking lots off of 6th St N
Beach Area 3 Parking: Provincial parking lots off of 22nd St N
Beach Area 4 Parking: Provincial parking lots off of 25nd St N
Beach Area 5 Parking: Provincial parking lots off of Sunnidale Rd N at Shore Lane
Beach Area 6 Parking: Provincial parking lots off of Shore Lane near 50th St N
Town of Wasaga Beach
Wasaga Beach is a classic example of the thriving tourism of small-town Ontario. While Wasaga Beach has just over 23,000 residents, it sees over 2 million tourists flock its beaches and trails every year!
Wasaga Beach is part of the South Georgian Bay region, along with the neighbouring towns of Meaford, The Blue Mountains, Collingwood, and Clearview.
Where to Stay in Wasaga Beach
Looking for a place to stay in Wasaga Beach? You’ve got lots of options. Wasaga Beach has everything from cottage rentals to hotels and motels, to AirBnBs and camping (for the adventurers at heart).
Wasaga Beach Hotels & Motels
There are quite a few accommodations for visitors wanting a short term stay in Wasaga Beach. Most of the hotels and motels have that small-town beach vibe, with simple yet comfortable accommodations that are within walking distance of the beach.
There are also a few resorts in Wasaga Beach, but they aren’t the kind of elaborate resorts you’ll find in other parts of Ontario. When people stay in Wasaga, they want to be on the beach (which is probably true for you, too!) so fancy rooms isn’t high up on most people’s priority list.
Here’s our recommendations for where to stay in Wasaga Beach.
Wasaga Beach Rentals
In Wasaga Beach, cottage rentals is a popular way to go! Wasaga is definitely a place for friends and family to gather, and what better way to do so than to book a weekend or week-long cottage.
Wasaga Beach Camping
If you’re looking for the best spots to camp near Wasaga Beach, this is what you need to know:
Wasaga Beach Provinical Park is (unfortunately) for day use only. The closest Ontario Provincial Parks to Wasaga Beach that offer camping are Craigleith Provincial Park (37 minutes drive) near Blue Mountain, and Awenda Provincial Park (40 minute drive) near Penetanguishene.
There are also a number of independent campgrounds in and around Wasaga Beach to be aware of. Some of the best rated RV and outdoor campgrounds are listed here:
Georgian Bay Park – RV, Trailer, Cottages
Wasaga Country Life (Parkbridge) Cottage & RV Resort – RV, Park Models, Cottages
Bell’s Maple Park – RV, Trailer, Tent
Wasaga Pines (Parkbridge) Cottage & RV Resort – RV, Cottages, Tent
Holiday Park Tent & Trailer Campground – Tent, Trailer
Sunshine Park – Tent (open concept, ideal for groups)
Gateway Camping – RV, Trailer, Tent
Jell-e-Bean Campground & Trailer Park – RV, Trailer, Tent
Best Restaurants in Wasaga Beach
To help you narrow down your choices of where to eat during your stay in Wasaga Beach, we have put together a list of some of Wasaga Beach’s most popular, most loved, and most unique places to eat. Cheers!
Best Sit-Down Restaurants
The Iron Skillet – friendly, large portions, lots of variety of comfort foods and classic dinner dishes
West River Cookhouse – classic Canadian dinners made from family recipes, well loved by local patrons all year round, fish and chips, sandwiches, ribs, steak, and more
Barcelos Restaurant and Grille – mouth-watering Portuguese food, amazing steak, great atmosphere, great outdoor patio
Curry & Cocktail – authentic Indian favourites with consistently excellent customer reviews
Katmanis Thai Restaurant – flavourful Thai dishes in generous portions, good variety of vegetarian options
Best Dessert Restaurants
Grandma’s Beach Treats – ice cream, butter tarts, pies, cookies, tea, and even a small selection of take away lunch/dinner items, large outdoor seating area
Mr Norm’s Nephew – not your typical ice cream stand, all ice cream favours begin with a vanilla base, and you choose the flavours to mix in! They also have frozen yogurt, ice cream floats, and shakes.
The Beach Pit – located in the ideal busy strip of Beach Area 1 & 2, the Beach Pit is an easy and well-loved spot for ice cream on those hot summer days
Best Fast Food & Lunch Restaurants
The Food Haus – creative fast food and comfort food favourites using local ingredients and homemade sauces, menu items such as tacos, nachos, poutine, sandwiches, salads and even unique items like avocado fries and cauliflower bites!
Beach Veggie – incredible vegan food, salads, sandwiches, vegan burgers, soups, snacks, desserts and more
Nonna’s Place – Italian fast food to rave about: pastas, salads, sandwiches, desserts. Friendly customer service and faithful customers! Small venue but lots of outdoor picnic tables.
Euro-Lex Cafe & Deli – unique choice among the many typical fast food options, specializing in European dishes like schnitzel, perogies, cabbage rolls, cannelloni, fresh salads, delicious deserts and more!
Best Breakfast Restaurants
Sunset Grill – great classic Canadian breakfast
Stacked Pancake & Breakfast House – friendly service, excellent food! A local chain restaurant across Ontario, specializing in specialty pancakes, waffles and french toast.
Is Wasaga Beach Worth Visiting?
Absolutely! Fresh blue waters, clear skies overhead, and the Niagara Escarpment in the background and you have the perfect recipe for a gorgeous beach. Not to mention, Wasaga Beach is officially the world’s longest freshwater beach!
Yes, you read that right. The longest freshwater beach on the globe (14 kilometers or 9 miles total) is at our fingertips.
If that’s not enough to convince you, be assured that Wasaga Beach has also repeatedly been awarded a Blue Flag Beach status, which means it is recognized for its water quality, environmental management, education and information, and safety and services.
And if you like a beach town that’s filled with exciting shops, restaurants, night life and the like, Wasaga Beach delivers in that department, too. It’s a very comparable beach town to Grand Bend on Lake Huron, which is arguably the best beach for night life in all of Ontario.
If you have any doubts, come for a visit on a nice day and you will see what all the rage is about.
How Busy is Wasaga Beach?
Proximity to Toronto and to popular cottage country (Collingwood in one direction and Barrie and Orillia in the other) mean that Wasaga Beach gets more than its fair share of tourists.
With over 2 million annual visitors, Wasaga Beach Provincial Park (which covers the popular beach area) is Ontario’s busiest provincial park. While it can definitely be a bustling place, rest assured that there is still plenty of space for everyone on the 14-kilometer shoreline.
We have been to Wasaga Beach both when it has been packed with visitors, and also when it has been quieter. If you find yourself at Wasaga Beach when it’s busy, consider the following:
✔️If you’re looking for the crowds and the waterfront restaurants, consider parking at Beach Area 1 (in municipal lots for hourly rates, or in provincial lots for daily rates).
✔️If you’re looking for a quieter place to set up for the day, consider Parking at Beach Area 1 and walking down the shore in either direction away from the crowds, or park at one of the other Beach Areas (keep reading below!) which tend to be less crowded at peak times.
When is the Best Time to Visit Wasaga Beach?
Wasaga Beach is without a doubt known as a beach town, meaning it is most popular during weekends and holidays in the summer months.
Note: If you happen to visit during peak season, try to come early in the day or in the evening to avoid the crowds. Parking gates will close if at capacity!
That said, Wasaga Beach is also an awesome place to explore in the off-season. Wasaga Provincial Park has kilometers of hiking, biking, snowshoeing and Nordic ski trails, and is only half an hour from the popular ski hills of Blue Mountain.
Where is Wasaga Beach?
The beauty of Wasaga Beach lies in its location, right on Nottawasga Bay at southern tip of Georgian Bay. Less than two hours from Toronto, Wasaga Beach makes for quick getaway for most Ontarians, and a popular summer getaway alternative to the nearby Muskokas.
Wasaga Beach Map
Check out the Ontario Parks Map of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park (including Beach Areas) for a layout of the provincial park.
Toronto to Wasaga Beach
A popular year-round destination for people driving from Toronto, Wasaga Beach is a short drive away (less than 2 hours if traffic is decent) and offers beautiful views of the Georgian Bay.
Located 135 km north of downtown Toronto, Wasaga Beach is most easily accessed by taking the Highway 400 north to Barrie. Exit the Hwy 400 at Dunlop St W (Exit 96B) in Barrie, and take the country roads the rest of the way (37 km) to the town of Wasaga Beach.
The road taking you into Wasaga Beach is River Rd W. To get to the beach, merge right from River Rd W onto Main St, and cross the river bridge to get to the bustling Mosley St and Beach Area 1.
Municipal and provincial parking lots are located immediately on your right.
Note: Traffic on Highway 400 coming from Toronto can be crazy on weekends and holidays, particularly during the summer as locals travel north to their cottages! Plan accordingly and be sure to leave lots of extra travel time.
Wasaga FAQs & Rules
While we’ve aimed to provide the most complete guide to Wasaga Beach throughout this post, here are a few additional questions and answers you may have.
Q: Are there lifeguards on Wasaga Beach?
A: There are no lifeguards on duty but park staff patrol the entire beachfront.
Is Wasaga Beach dog friendly?
Wasaga Beach is one of Ontario’s dog-friendly beaches! That said, dogs are only allowed on Beach Area 3 between the wooden fences marked as the dog-friendly section of the beach.
Is smoking or drinking allowed on Wasaga Beach?
No, smoking is not allowed on the public beach. There is also no alcohol allowed on the public beach except in beachfront establishments.
Are there public washrooms on Wasaga Beach?
Yes, there are public washrooms in each of the designated beach areas.
Is Wasaga Beach wheelchair accessible?
All public washrooms on the beach are wheelchair accessible. Mobi-Mats are available as water levels permit (consider calling the Park Office in advance), and there is a permanent accessible boardwalk at Beach Areas 1 & 2.
There are also Mobi wheelchairs for loan for free at the Park Office and Nancy Island Visitor Centre. Call in advance to find out if available.
Wrap Up: What to Do in Wasaga Beach
It’s easy to see why Wasaga Beach has been an Ontario favourite tourist destination for generations, and promises to be for many more! As the longest freshwater beach in the world and one of the busiest beach towns in the province, visitors to Wasaga Beach have lots of exciting activities to enjoy when not basking in the sun on the beach.
From taking an entertaining river cruise with Shaka Wasaga to visiting the Nancy Island Historic Site to skydiving or Go Kart Racing, there is literally something for everyone to enjoy in this awesome summer destinationl
We hope this extensive guide to what to do has given you everything you need to know to have the best vacation in the charming town of Wasaga Beach.
Erie is the owner and author of Everywhere Ontario. She’s lived and traveled around Ontario for over 30 years, visiting small towns and big cities from the shores of Lake Erie to the crisp northern air of Hearst along the Trans-Canada Highway. She is passionate about maximizing fun and supporting local tourist businesses and is always looking to provide the best recommendations to her fellow Ontario travelers. Read more about Erie here.