Canada’s Best Beaches That Are Perfect For A Day Out

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Canada is famously known as a beautiful country. From the thundering waters of Niagara Falls to the rugged peaks of the Canadian Rockies natural beauty exists in the nooks and crannies of the country. Today however we would like to introduce to you some of Canada’s best beaches, which will not fail to delight you. Some offer spectacular views, while others are known for their pristine blue water and warm sands. The country has amazing beaches from coast to coast, with huge surf, calm inland lakes, warm water, beach towns packed with crowds, long stretches of sand along the shores of the Great Lakes, and beautiful flat stretches on the East Coast

Here’s A List Of Some Of Canada’s Best Beaches

Long Beach, Tofino British Columbia

The resort town of Tofino in Vancouver is home to glorious stretches of beaches and arguably the most impressive of all the beaches is Long Beach located in Rim National Park. Stretching at 16kms, bearing the brunt of the Pacific Ocean with its never-ending waves, this beach in Canada is a haven for surfers. The water here is cold and warms from only 8 degrees in the winter to 12 degrees in the summer. Long Beach attracts a lot of surfers, mainly because due to the size and structure of the beach, various spots are ideally suited to beginners. Because of the shallow areas and sandy beaches, newer surfers are eager to try the sport. You can also take long walks on this beach as the sand is hard and easy to walk on and what’s fascinating is you can push a stroller on it or walk your dog with ease.

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Grand Beach Provincial Park, MB 

Grand Beach is famously known for its gorgeous sand dunes, warm shallow water and is consistently ranked as one of Canada’s best beaches. Only an hour away from Winnipeg located on one of the best lakes in the province, Grand Beach is perfect for a day out. The back of the beach is lined with a wooden boardwalk and this is where you will find many concessions stands selling delicious snacks and drinks. Soft, golden sand covers the lengths of the beach, where you can build sandcastles with your kids and the water is shallow for a considerable distance making it an ideal spot for playing games like touch football or Frisbee.

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Kitsilano Beach, Vancouver

Arguably Canada’s best urban beach, backed by cool cafes and an attractive park Kitsilano exudes the spirit of a laid-back vibe. Also known as Kit’s beach, it’s a wide arc of sand fronting English Bay and here you can grab a beach towel, lean back, and enjoy the gorgeous view of the North Shore Mountains. The water here is cold but if you a cold-water dip is not your thing, you can always take a dip at the Kitsilano pool a giant, 137-meter, heated saltwater pool right on the edge of the ocean. This beach in Canada also has a waterpark that will keep you entertained for hours and a wide-open park area that is perfect for a picnic. And the best part, the park also has an off-leash dog park so bring along your furries for a day out.

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Wasaga Beach, Ontario

Wasaga Beach draws over two million people in a year, making it one of Canada’s best beaches. The longest freshwater beach in the world, Wasaga is the beach you go to if you want to have a good time. Located on Georgian Bay, the beach is divided up into sections for easy navigation.  Sections 1 and 2 are in town and hence livelier, with volleyball courts and a boardwalk. Sections 3 through 6 are more peaceful, making them perfect spots to finish that book you have carried on your trip. Section 3 is also the ideal spot for pet owners because you can let your dogs swim here and run along the beach.

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Sauble Beach, Ontario

Sauble Beach is one of Canada’s most historical beaches. Located in Ontario, this beach used to attract throngs of people in the 1960’s and 70’s and they used to drive onto the beach in their cars. At over seven miles long (11 km), Sauble Beach is said to be the second-longest freshwater beach in Canada after Wasaga Beach. A phenomenon of sandbar deposits building out along the Lake Huron shoreline keeps the water at Sauble very shallow and warm. Here you can have recreational activities like swimming, windsurfing, water-skiing, fishing, golfing, lawn bowling, tennis, street dances, beach volleyball, snowmobiling, cross-country, as well as skiing. Events like the Canadian National (Beach) Volleyball Championships have been held here.

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Brackley Beach, PEI

Located just 20 minutes from Charlottetown, located within the PEI National Park is Brackley Beach. The beach is a part of a protected area that stretches from Rustico harbour to Brackley and continues west to Stanhope and Dalvay. There are six beaches in this area and Brackley beach is the most popular one. The beach area became a popular vacation spot in the late 19th century and its shoreline was designated as part of the national park in 1937. Bordered by the Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada, home to dunes, sandstone cliffs, wetlands, and forests making it a habitat for a variety of plants and animals making it one of the must-visit Canada’s best beaches.

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Okanagan Beach & Skaha Beach, Penticton British Columbia

Drawing families for many years, Okanagan beach in Penticton is the region’s most popular beach. Extending in a long, wide curve at the southern end of Lake Okanagan, the lake water warms up in the summer, the shallow water and the soft sand make this beach in Canada a great place for children to enjoy a splash. Just off-shore from the beach is the floating Wibit Water Park, and just a short walk from there is the Loco Landing Adventure Park with activities like go-karts, rope courses, and rock climbing. Penticton is also fortunate to be home to another gorgeous beach, Skaha Beach. Backed by towering trees and parkland the beach is a perfect spot to cool off on a hot summer day. Surrounded by crystal clear waters and soft golden sand, the shallow waters here are nice and warm so feel free to take a nice dip.

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Best Spot For A Perfect Day Out

Depending on which beach you go the beaches in Canada will not destroy your sandcastles and a beach experience here is not about only chilling on the sand. If you are lucky, you might see an exotic animal, surf against the waves, and spend that day in a theme park, while eating some delicious snacks basically everything you need for a perfect day out. So, pack a beach towel, sunscreen and get ready to spend a day surrounded by some gorgeous landscape and tell us which Canada’s best beach is among your list.