Welcome to Sauble Beach

Visit Sauble Beach - Find Cottages for rent, hotels & motels, Campgrounds, and local Bed and Breakfasts. Take in the gorgeous 11km sandy beach - or spend time exploring the beautiful Bruce Peninsula.

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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 kms 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
  • Golfing
  • 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

Month by month guide to the Bruce Peninsula

December, January, February & March is winter on the Bruce Peninsula

After the holiday's winter sets in and the ice begins to form along the shoreline of the Bruce Peninsula making for some amazing shoreline vistas. The snow has started to collect on the trails in the national and provincial parks, we truly are a Winter Wonderland.


The Bruce Peninsula is a fantastic place in the winter. Miles of fresh snow awaits hikers, snowshoers, cross country skiers, snowmobilers & ATV riders. There are plenty of accommodations open in winter, as well as a few local restaurants & the Tobermory Brewing Company. Many shops do close for the winter, and our villages are very quiet. Most visitors in winter come up for the quiet of the area. The waters surrounding the Bruce freeze in the winter, and the waves & currents push ice onto the shore - building huge ice mountains that are breath-taking to view and open a new world to explore. 

April, May & June is spring on the Bruce Peninsula

The snow is melting and the temperature is climbing as the sun warms the land and the waters of the Bruce Peninsula. The birds are migrating back to their northern home, the wildflowers are breaking ground, spring has arrived. What are - you doing?


As the first wildflowers and ferns reach for the warm sun the Alvars and forests come to life, Trilliums, Lakeside Daisy, Wood lily, and Orchids, Indian Paint Brushes and Columbines are abundant, growing along the sides of roads in huge numbers. Spring is also low season for cottage rentals, most offer 3 day weekends. Access to all we have to offer is great this time of year and spring weather is amazing on the Bruce  Peninsula. The trails are clearing of snow and the tour boats are running without the crowds that come with summer vacation. What are you waiting for?

Summer is the season for outdoor adventures.

Summer on the Bruce Peninsula is fun for your entire family and friends, with hiking the Bruce Trail, fishing, camping, boat tours to Flowerpot Island & sunset cruises, sandy beaches for swimming, Helicopter tours, shopping, restaurants, biking, Kayaking, canoeing, sailing, and boating around the many islands of Fathom Five National Marine Park. The weather is perfect on the Bruce Peninsula there are fun and challenging events and family festivals during the spring and summer on the Bruce. Come, relax and rejuvenate your soul, get away from work and city life!


Summer - the kids are out of school pack up the family and head north to the Bruce Peninsula we are all about getting outdoors spending time with the family, friends and being close to nature. Summer means hiking, camping, kayaking or canoeing, fishing & diving, boating, ATV riding, biking, beaching, swimming, golfing, really there is no end to what you can do while visiting the Bruce Peninsula - we really do have it all!

September, October, November - fall on the Bruce Peninsula

Septemeber can be the most temperate time on the Bruce, the water is at its warmest, the crowds have gone back to the grind of life, school and home, which means you'll have all the activities we have to offer mostly to yourselves and fall is approaching which is an experience of color unto itself.


September like late spring is warm and quiet, the kids are back in school and the many summer visitors are back to work. This is the time to visit if you can make the escape from the city and work. The weather is beautiful, the water is at its warmest for the year, and fall is just around the corner. October brings a world of color as the foliage begins to change. Hiking the Niagara Escarpments Bruce Trail and one of the boat tours will give you the best vantage points to see the colors of fall against the towering limestone cliffs on the peninsula. The famous Pumpkin Toss & tractor races are also in October and that is a sight to be seen. Thanksgiving in November is time to get the family together one more time before the holidays of December & the snow begins to fall. Winter is near November is the last chance to get everyone out one more time before you need to get the winter gear on.