Blue Mountain Beach - Blue Mountain Resort’s private beach is just a 10 minute drive or shuttle ride away. Homeowners and guests of the resort receive free access to this beach, and visitors can purchase a day pass on arrival. Spend the morning paddling the serene shoreline, grab lunch on the licensed patio, and then take the afternoon to relax in the sand or get your heart pumping with a game of beach volleyball. Kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards (SUPs) are available for rent on the beach.
More to explore
The following beaches may not be supervised by a lifeguard. Please visit their respective websites for details.
Wasaga Beach - The world’s longest freshwater beach is 30 minutes east of Blue Mountain. There you’ll discover a 14km stretch of sand that’s perfect for exploring at any time of year with a safe, gradual shoreline for family swimming. With Provincial Parks alongside the beach, be sure to pack your picnic basket.
Collingwood Sunset Point Beach - A 15 minute drive from Blue Mountain Village, in the nearby town of Collingwood, you will find a unique playground with ample picnic and shaded areas, a large multi-use trail and a snack bar.
Northwinds Public Beach - The home of board sailing, Northwinds Beach is located near Craigleith Provincial Park and across the road from the historic Craigleith Depot.
Thornbury Beach & Pier - Situated next to Thornbury Harbour, Little River Beach Park is a pebbled beach with public washrooms, a playground and parking.
Christie Beach - Located at the end of Christie Beach Road, off of Highway 26 and west of the Town of the Blue Mountains. This beach offers change rooms, washrooms, playground equipment and a picnic shelter.