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Wasaga Beach is a little slice of heaven for golfers, with a half dozen excellent courses within the town itself and dozens more lying within an easy drive. Marlwood Golf & Country Club. Wasaga Sands Golf & Country Club. The Links at Georgian Sands Golf Club. Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club. Batteaux Creek Golf Club. Oslerbrook Golf Club. And more. Each offers its own unique terrain and challenges. There’s also the Big Shots Driving Range where you can work on your swing, or take the kids to Skull Island for a fun game of mini-putt.
From spring through to fall, the Nottawasaga River offers a variety of experience for canoers and kayakers of every skill level, with access at the Edenvale Conservation Area, Klondike Sports Park and Schoonertown. Map out a route for a full day, half day or just a couple of hours of gliding past bridges and sand dunes. There are even some gentle rapids downstream of the Klondike launch for more experienced paddlers. Wasaga offers other water sports as well, including windsurfing when the breeze blows across the Bay.
Living in Summerside, you’re just a 30-minute drive from some amazing alpine/downhill ski resorts. Visible on the other side of the bay, Blue Mountain in Collingwood is one of the largest resorts in Ontario. It beckons skiers of all abilities, featuring 42 runs, 16 chairlifts and 3 freestyle terrains, along with state-of-the-art snowmaking equipment. An inviting “village” at the foot of the mountain offers superb accommodations, dining, and nightlife as well as a tempting array of après-ski activities.
Walking beside the beach has its charms but Wasaga also invites cyclists, hikers and joggers to explore its inland avenues and extensive trail system. From the area’s dramatic sand dune system to its scenic river to the acres of woodland comprising Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, there are over 40 km of off-road trails just waiting to be discovered, winding through varied terrain ranging from deep valleys to wetlands rich in flora and fauna. So strap on your bike helmet or put on your walking shoes, and get out there!
For over a century, Wasaga Beach has been a holiday haven with its fabulous 14 kilometres of beautiful sandy beaches nestled on the southern end of Georgian Bay. For some, the pleasure is simply to spread out a towel and bask in the sun or build a sandcastle with the kids. For others, it’s all about splashing or swimming in the warm, clean waters of the Bay. Here you can enjoy beach volleyball, tossing a Frisbee, or opening up a picnic basket for a beachside lunch or refreshments. And as the day draws to a close, there’s perhaps the greatest reward of all -- simply walking along the beach and admiring a breathtaking sunset.
Wasaga is also home to a host of popular annual events and seasonal attractions like the community’s Main Street Market. There is Jazz in the Park and the annual Wasaga Beach Blues Festival for music lovers. The Wasaga Beach Film Festival gets “two thumbs up” from movie buffs. Water lovers flock to the Waterfront Festival along with boat regattas and fishing derbies. Plus the Wasaga Beach Motorcycle Rally is always a roaring success as are the fireworks at Wasaga’s Canada Day celebration.
The Nottawasaga Bay and Nottawasaga River offer one of the best fishing locations in Ontario. As the ice retreats, the mouth of the river is bustling with fishermen seeking whitefish, rainbow trout, brown trout and salmon. As spring moves into summer, walleye and smallmouth bass abound while in August it’s chinook, coho and pink salmon. You can also compete against your fellow anglers in the Georgian Triangle Trout Derby held each April or the annual Rainbow Trout Derby in October.
Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, skate-skiing and snowshoeing can all be enjoyed when the temperatures drop and the snow flies at Wasaga. The Dunes area of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park provides 30 km of Nordic trails through forests of oaks and towering pine trees, with equipment rentals available at the Wasaga Nordic Centre. There are also numerous cold-weather community events including the Santa Claus Parade, Winterfest, Snowman Mania, just to name a few.
For generations, Wasaga Beach has been THE place to go to enjoy the sun, the sand and the summer.
More recently, it’s become the “go-to” destination for those looking to enjoy its small town charms all year round - which is why this new collection of townhomes is attracting such widespread interest among new home buyers.
Whether you love summer, winter, spring or fall; you will love living at The Residents at Bayview. This community wraps up all of the attractions of Wasaga Beach into one irresistible package.
It’s the world’s largest freshwater beach – a pristine 14
km stretch of sand, warm water and a stunning view of the Blue Mountains
across the Bay. Now just steps away from
it all - you’ll find Summerside.
Located at Albert Street and Coastline Road, this inviting new infill community is set on one of the quieter stretches of the beach and comprises a select 22 townhomes. Each is a beautifully designed, 3-level town with its own private garage on the ground level and a fabulous rooftop terrace above, where you’ll enjoy some of the most spectacular sunsets in all of Ontario.
Four season living at its very finest, with a wealth of recreational opportunities and community attractions, suitable for all seasons and for everyone from growing families to empty nesters who are young at heart.
Wasaga Beach is within a 2 hour drive from Toronto, a 45
minute drive from Barrie and a 30 minute drive from the beautiful Blue Mountain Resort.
Everything you could desire is located right here in town: shopping, grocery stores, dining to suit every taste, excellent schools, medical facilities, places to worship and much more.
Wasaga has it all - and all within minutes of your new Summerside home!