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Beach Weather? You Bet: Toronto’s Best Lakeside Destinations!

June 7, 2016
urban-beach-606817_960_720 Nora Ursulescu

The beginning of June marks the opening of many Toronto beaches. That’s right –now you can officially enjoy the sandy shores of Lake Ontario, have a picnic with pals, play volleyball, or simply go for a stroll. Lucky for us, there are plenty to choose from, so if you can’t find a spot to lay down your towel and cooler, there is hope of more space at another. For a list of some of the beaches that are now open, read below:

Woodbine Beach: Quite possibly the city’s most popular destination by the lake, it has plenty of room and a whole lot of volleyball nets! Even if you’re not a fan of taking a dip in the lake, you can stop by the nearby pool for a few laps.

Bluffer’s Beach Park: Truth be told, if you come by this beach you will feel like you’ve been transported to another city. The cliffs, water, and rugged scenery are all worth a drive to the East-end.

Sugar Beach: No, you can’t dip your toes in the water here but the pink umbrellas in this downtown oasis are a good enough reason to crack open a book and enjoy the scenery!

Centre Island Beach: Hop on the ferry and sail over to Centre Island. It’s a nice break from the buzz of the city and after you’re done with the beach, you can walk over to the pier and observe the calm waves of Lake Ontario.

For a full list of Toronto beaches and to see whether they’re safe for a swim, click here.

 

 


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