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Best Beaches In And Around Toronto

To escape from the monotony of urban life and enjoy summertime, Toronto offers a wonderful respite for tourists. With several sandy retreats cropping up along the shorelines, you can have the most amazing beachy day trip to one of the sandy havens. Here are some of the best beaches around Toronto, which will satisfy your wanderlust and offer immense tranquillity.

Best beaches in and around Toronto

  1. Cherry Beach.
    If you are heading to this beach, be prepared to dip yourself in some extreme cold waters. Over here, you will be able to view many people windsurfing and skimming through the sharp water. And, if you wish to stay clear of the water, have a barbeque party around the sand and get yourself clicked around the old lifeguard station.
  2. Bluffers Park.
    The beach here has been made partially open to the general public where they are still encouraged not to stand atop the high rise cliffs. The water levels are unusually high, which is why you won’t find much sandy area to stand on. The beach witnesses ample rush during the weekends and stays busy during holiday seasons.
  3. Kew Balmy beach.
    Located next to the popular Woodbine Beach, this place is heaven if you need some relaxation. The terrain here is quite rocky but is worth all the time and effort.
  4. Sunnyside.
    This beach holds some historic reverence for being a lively beach until a few years back. However, now, it has turned up to be a lot quieter than that and yet is quite common with surfers and travelers, coming ashore to appreciate the splendid beauty of this beach.
  5. Rogue Beach.
    Reckoned as an urban park, this beach is often called a wild escape with almost red waters, and the similar sand, making this beach a haven of natural beauty, which has turned out to be a major getaway for travelers.
  6. Marie Curtis.
    You have to give it to this one for taking it silently because this beach here happens to be an underrated official beach that offers a fresh breath of air and a scenic view that is unlike of most beaches here in Toronto.
  7. Christie Lake.
    This place can get quite crowded with tourists and travelers around the summers and when you take a view of the beauty around it, you will understand just why that happens. Soft pebbles meet the blue waters to make the most enchanting scenery that can behold your sight for any number of moments.
  8. Fifty point beach.
    Situated near Hamilton, this beach offers one of its kind of view to travelers. Tucked behind in the background is an ecstatic view of the city of Toronto. The beach tends to get quite busy during holidays and summers, with people flocking to the scenery and dipping themselves in the warm waters of the ocean.
  9. Grand bend.
    The beautiful and ever enchanting Lake Huron is one of the major attractions of this beach and with the number of bars, patios, and restaurants lined around the place, you are going to find yourself having a lot of fun all day and night. This beach is highly popular as a party spot for tourists and locals, who like to enjoy gala time at the beach.
  10. Hanlon’s point beach.
    Touted to be the only beach in Toronto where clothing is optional, this beach witnesses’ tourists flocking to in minimal colorful and floral beachwear. So whether you bring your swimsuits or not, it isn’t going to be a problem either way.

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