Wasaga Beach, Canada is known for being the longest freshwater beach in the whole world. Wasaga Beach is a great destination for exploring the outdoors and you can even go ziplining on Canada’s longest twin zipline ride. Wasaga Beach is also within driving distance of Toronto, Hamilton, and Niagara Falls, which are all great day trips to take.
Spend a few days relaxing on the largest freshwater beach in the world, which is 8.6 miles long. There are frequent fireworks shows and volleyball tournaments by the beach as well. After the beach, go driving at Wasaga 500 Go-Karts or test your paintball skills at Wasaga Beach Paintball Adventure. If you’re feeling adventurous, check out Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, where you can zipline on the Thunderbird Twin Zipline, which is 2,440 feet in length and has a drop of 287 feet, making it Canada’s longest twin zip ride. Take an Eco Adventure Tour to go on a Cave Tour, Treetop Walk, and Suspension Bridge through the forest. For a seafood dinner, visit the Catch 22 Fresh Market Grill. After dinner, show off your singing at karaoke at the Beacon Restaurant.
A great day trip while you’re staying in Wasaga Beach is Toronto, the capital of Ontario, which is only an hour and a half drive from Wasaga Beach. In Toronto you can visit the Toronto Zoo, eat at the St. Lawrence Market, and explore the Ontario Science Centre. If you love hockey, make sure to check out the Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum. Another day trip you can take is to Hamilton, Ontario, which is two hours by car. In Hamilton you can visit the historic Dundurn Castle, explore the Royal Botanical Gardens, and even go on an African Lion Safari. While staying in Wasaga Beach, make sure to plan a day to go visit Niagara Falls, which is about two and a half hours away. To see the falls, take a ride on a Maid of the Mist boat. After seeing the falls, visit the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens and Butterfly Conservatory or try your luck at the Niagara Fallsview Casino.
Many Wasaga Beach rentals are located right on the beachfront! You can rent a cute cottage by the water or stay in a resort facing the waterfront that includes a heated pool. If you’re going with a large group, such as for a family reunion, there are villas in Wasaga Beach available as well. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Wasaga vacation rental today!
Wasaga Beach has two bus routes that you can utilize during your stay. The buses run Monday through Saturday from 7am to 9pm and Sundays from 7am to 7pm. You can also transfer between the routes without paying a fee. The stops where you can transfer are Medical Centre, 45th Street, Stonebridge Town Centre, Sunnidale Road, Mosley Street, and Riverbend Plaza.
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