Welcome to Sauble Beach
Sauble Beach - Voted the #1 Freshwater Beach in Canada!
11 km of white sand - 2.5 hours from Toronto - Does it get ANY better than this? Sauble Beach - ahh the sand and sun - some of the best sunsets in Ontario - can you ask for anything more? Sauble Beach boasts over 11 km's of sandy beach. It is a place for families, friends, uncles & aunts. Children love the shallow waters and the perfect "sandcastle creating" sand.
Located just over a couple of hours from the metropolis of Toronto, Sauble Beach is the perfect place for a weekend getaway or a place for your summer holiday. Sauble Beach is also an easy drive from Windsor and the US, and Sauble Beach is FRIENDLY! Sauble Beach has amazing sunsets and has had many marriage proposals made while the sun disappears over Lake Huron.
Blue Flag Certified - Sauble Beach was recently awarded Blue Flag certification
At over eleven kilometers long, Sauble Beach is said to be the second-longest freshwater beach in the world after Wasaga Beach. Sauble Beach has been compared many times to the beaches of the Mediterranean resort areas. The Lake Huron beach was created by unique sandbar deposits - making the water shallow and warm - a perfect place for families of young children! Sauble Beach faces west - into the sunset - giving the village the most spectacular views of the Lake Huron sunset. Near-by Oliphant and Red Bay also have beautiful sandy beaches, and most of the coves and inlets along our Lake Huron shoreline are accessible and interesting places but none have the excitement and life of Sauble Beach.
Sauble Beach has many accommodations available for visitors. Sauble Beach has Bed and Breakfasts, Cottage Rentals, Camping, and several Hotels & Motels to choose from.
Sauble Beach offers:
- 11 km's of sandy beach
- World-class sunsets
- Great shopping
- 5* dining
- World Biosphere & 2 National Parks
- 20 minutes from Wiarton - Home of "Wiarton Willy"
- Hiking on the Bruce Trail
- ATV Riding
- Activities for all ages
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Frequently Asked Questions
Sauble Beach By-Law and Smoking/Vaping By-Law
Please visit this link for frequently requested bylaws
The Sauble Beach By-Law regulates activities on the beach. The rules are:
No cooking devices
No motorized vehicles
No offering items for sale
No tents that you are unable to see through (sun canopies and kitchen tents which you can see through are permitted)
No animals (ex. horses, cats, etc.)
No dogs between June 1 and Labour Day
No smoking or vaping
We have leased the Twining lot at Sauble Beach (beachfront sand to the north of the Welcome to Sauble sign). The lot will not be used for parking this year. All beach rules apply to this lot (see above-NOTE-no dogs permitted).
The Crowd Inn parking lot will not be used for parking. All beach rules apply to this lot (see above-NOTE-no dogs permitted).
By-Law Enforcement Officers are on the Beach to enforce the by-law. Please approach an Officer with any questions you may have.
You may call Town Hall at 519-534-1400 Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm OR on holidays or after hours, please call 1-226-910-1322 ext 1 with concerns or to ask questions.
Sauble Beach is a very popular tourist destination in the summer. Accommodations book fast and early. Restaurants get full. The beach can get very busy on weekends and holidays. Plan accordingly
BOOK IN ADVANCE - Do not drive up without booking your accommodation for the night. Many nights are fully booked in the summer.
- WEAR PROPER FOOTWEAR - Most of the trails in the area are rugged. Hiking shoes are necessary.
- BRING GARBAGE BAGS WITH YOU - There might not be garbage close by at the beach. Please, do not bury your garbage in the sand. Take it with you. If the garbage can is full, find another.
DO NOT leave your garbage on the ground. DO NOT leave garbage in the lake.
DO NOT use a privacy tent to use the beach as your toilet. You WILL be fined for this. Use the public toilets!
Do NOT leave your garbage in the bushes. DO NOT leave your diapers in the sand or in the lake. Take everything out with you.
DO NOT use the lake as your personal toilet. Remember the person swimming next to you is there and might not this.
Littering is an offense on the beach (and anywhere) and there are bylaws enforcers on the beach who will fine you for littering.
DO NOT SPEED - Please respect the speed limits and keep everyone safe.
ONLY PARK IN A ALLOWED PARKING SPOT - Please do not park on people's lawns or block driveways. You risk being towed. Do not park on school property, or in the shopping areas.
Please check the various links below for information on local restrictions etc for North Bruce Peninsula:
Town of South Bruce Peninsula
Grey Bruce Public Health website
Assessment Centres are open in the Grey Bruce Region to help identify and triage patients with symptoms of COVID-19.