Blue Mountain Beach

Blue Mountain Resort's private beach is just a 10-minute drive away, on the shores of Georgian Bay. Dip your toes in the shallow waters and wade in the surf or venture a little deeper with a boat rental; canoes, kayaks and stand up paddle boards are all available to rent.  

Beach access will be exclusive to Blue Mountain Lodging Guests with a Play-All-Day Pass (new policy Summer 2020) 
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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.