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North Beach Provincial Park

North Beach North Beach Provincial Park, Lake Ontario; Image 17-9770, John A. Brebner


Established in 1970, North Beach Provincial Park, located off County Road 33 east of Consecon(map below) is often overlooked in favour of the more popular trio of Sandbanks Beaches to the south-east.

But when those beaches are full, North Beach can provide a great place to escape the crowds.

It's like a mini-sandbanks, with two beaches, one on Lake Ontario, and one on the more sheltered North Bay.

North Beach North Beach Provincial Park, North Bay; Image 17-7907, John A. Brebner


North Beach features full washrooms and a (seasonal) snack bar and store.

Convenient parking is just across the beach. Both beaches are easily mobility-challenged accessible.

Open from the third week of June until Labour Day.

This is a Day-Use Facility only (07h00 - 22h00). Overnight camping is prohibited.

Please note: Lifeguards are not present at any Sandbanks Park beaches. Parents and/or guardians are solely responsible for their children's and/or guests' safety.

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