Sauble Beach Ontario

by Gary McWilliams (aka Festival Nomad)

Lake Huron and Georgian Bay have many fabulous sandy beaches!

I am sure that you have heard and/or visited many of them.

Such beach areas, like Wasaga Beach, Southampton and Grand Bend are all well known and visited.

Scoop (Judi) and I had visited them all, except Sauble Beach.

We had, of course, heard of it, and even passed signs pointing to it, but we had never visited it!

It’s hard to say why we hadn’t visited Sauble Beach, because it’s one of the most popular beach destinations in Ontario.

Sable Beach is located on the Bruce Peninsula.

If you take Highway 6 north from Owen Sound, you will come to an intersection.

If you turn right the highway will take you through Wiarton, Lions Head and eventually to Tobermory.

If you turn left, you will be heading towards Sauble Beach.

If you do take that turn, and arrive in Sauble Beach, you’ll find yourself in an amazing holiday community!

As you can imagine, it’s beautiful sandy beach offers visitors so many water/beach activities…

 

swimming, windsurfing, water-skiing, boating, sailing, kayaking and …!

Sauble’s beach is very long!

In fact, its freshwater length (over 11 km long) is only second to Wasaga Beach.

In addition to beach activities, Sauble offers families plenty of fun things to do…

fishing, golfing, lawn bowling, tennis, street dances, beach volleyball and more.

Like I said, so much for the family to see and do!

If you haven’t visited one of the many Lake Huron/Georgian Bay beaches, you’ve missed a wonderful adventure! Sauble Beach is one Ontario adventure Judi and I wound not have wanted to miss!