About Wasaga Beach Provincial Park
Wasaga Beach Provincial Park is a 14 kilometre freshwater beach located along Georgian Bay. It is divided into 8 Beach Areas for easy accessibility. Beach Areas 1-6 can be accessed off of Mosley Street, Wasaga’s main street. Allenwood and New Wasaga Beaches are located north of the mouth of the Nottawasaga River off River Road East. All Beach Areas have plenty of room for parking, sunbathing, swimming, and picnicking.
In addition, some areas have playgrounds, bicycle paths, and boardwalks. Details can be seen on the park maps here. Our beach is actively managed for the removal of muck, invasive species, and other debris, however we also maintain native vegetation. For more information regarding these practices please visit Our Beach.
While here, why not visit Nancy Island Historic Site (located on Mosley Street) to view the remains of the British schooner the H.M.S. Nancy and visit a unique museum, theatre, lighthouse, and gift shop. Tourist information is also available at Nancy Island.
If you and your family are interested in exploring some of the more natural areas of the park please feel free to visit the Wasaga Nordic & Trail Centre located at the start of our extensive network of trails just off Blueberry Trail. The trails are open both winter and summer.
Wasaga Beach Provincial Park is a day-use facility only and does not permit overnight camping; however there are many private camping sites nearby. Craigleith Provincial Park is the nearest provincial campground to the west and Awenda Provincial Park is the nearest provincial campground to the east.