You asked for it! Here are a few things to do with your kids in Bruce County
Sauble Beach area has Cottages and Campgrounds to plan your summer Vacation!
Sauble Beach is an 11-km-long stretch of sandy beach with lots of spots for your family and friends to enjoy swimming and the sun.
We have a directory of Sauble Beach Cottages and Campgrounds which you can contact by phone or email for dates of availability to plan your summer.
Bring your Frisbee and volleyball, build giant sandcastles, walk along the downtown store sidewalks with live music, restaurants and stores to browse. Imagine how nice it would be to have a cottage or cabin right next to the beach which you can walk back to for a barBQ lunch or dinner then head back to the beach all day long. This to me is what summer vacations are about, making it easy to enjoy myself.
Alittle further north up towards the town of Oliphant you can see kite boarders riding waves with the wind. When conditions are calm on Lake Huron (which is the lake that Sauble Beach is located on), people enjoy floating on blow up beds which are available for puchase at Jack n Jill’s Surf Shop, or check out Makin’ Waves Watersports that offers Sea Doos and banana boat rides, along with rentable water trampolines or inflatable iceberg with three climbing walls and a slide. Your family and friends will have so much fun.
Did you know: Sauble Beach has been Voted of of the best beaches in Ontario and ranked among the top ten in Canada?
There are public amenities: washrooms, showers, change rooms, concessionaires, parking fees (along the beach).
Things we recommend not to miss right beside the Beach:
Enjoy your summer vacation by renting and reserving early Sauble Beach area campground, cottages, or vacation homes. You will love it. Oh, yah.. Bring a camera!
With a Lake Huron on the west and Georgian Bay on the east, Bruce County is endowed with lots of beaches!
Near Niagara Escarpment caves, beaches, & hiking.
The Niagara Escarpment, from Niagara Falls to Tobermory.
Running between Tobermory and Manitoulin Island, the Chi-Cheemaun offers not just passenger and car ferry service but romantic Sunset Dinner Cruises.
With over 14,000 campsites in Bruce County, there is a wide variety of Canadian wilderness to choose from. Everything from camping in tents, RV's and Yurts or as we like to call it "glamping"
Scuba diving capital of Canada, which has a Marine Park with 22 shipwrecks! View wrecks & islands from a glass-bottom boat.
The Adventure Passport is a Self Guided scavenger hunt to finding some of the most intriguing locations in Bruce County. The 10th Annual Adventure Passport begins on for May 1st and runs until October 31st!
Try Paddling along Saugeen River by canoe or kayak!