Featured Beach Resorts and Lodges in Ontario
Surround yourself with a wooded, rolling landscape at Myers Cave Resort. A 150-foot beach and 450 feet of shoreline near the rapids provide easy access to all the exciting water-filled activities of Marble Lake. Spend your days relaxing in a beach chair and then cool off with a swim or snorkel.
Beach and water sports are Severn Lodge's specialty! The resort features a heated outdoor pool and a sandy beach. There's great lake swimming and fishing, plus a water trampoline. If you want to really get out on the waves, outboard boats and jet skis are available for rentals.
Boasting miles of beautiful sandy beach, Oakwood Resort offers the ideal combination of nearby urban amenities and tranquility along the shores of Lake Huron. The resort has a private beach that lines the water's edge until it joins Grand Bend's Main Beach.
You couldn't ask for a more picturesque beach vacation than the 3,000 feet of shoreline on Muskoka's Lake Rosseau at Clevelands House! The main beach is ideal for days of diving, volleyball or quality time in the sun. Looking to get into the water? Head to the main dock for the free kayak, canoe and double kayak rentals!
Located along Lake of Bays, Lumina Resort offers the perfect Muskoka vacation. With 350 feet of private, white sand beaches, you can enjoy a variety of fun activities all just steps away! Go kayaking or fishing, or simply take a stroll along the shore!
Resting on the shores of Lake Joseph is the Rocky Crest Golf Resort's private sandy beach. Perfect for a relaxing summer day, the children can play in the sand while the adults can soak in some rays on the sun deck - situated beside the beach. Or cool off in the lake during those exceptionally hot days.
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