Sauble River Paddling

Red pine plantations, ancient sand dunes, white sand beach, and a cascading waterfall make this Sauble River journey extrordinary.

Sauble Beach

Make your way to Sauble Beach - the second longest freshwater beach in the world!

Located on the quiet banks of the Sauble River, Sauble River Marina Lodge & Resort is an ideal accommodation option and only a 5-minute walk to the north end of Sauble Beach. Rent your canoes, kayaks, SUP boards and more from the lodge.

Be the first at MacBeths Cafe in their morning for their delicious hot breakfast and fresh bagels.

The Sauble River passes through Sauble Falls Provincial Park before flowing into Lake Huron’s sandy shores at Sauble Beach. Head to the provincial park and enjoy the lovely teared waterfall before launching your boat at Sauble River Access #3. The 3.5 km stretch between Sauble Falls Provincial Park and Sauble Beach can be paddled in about two hours and will take you to Sauble River Access #4 (right beside your accommodations at Sauble River Marina). Disembark here.

After your paddle, head to Casero Taco Bus for fresh, locally-sourced, homemade Mexican Cuisine from a vintage double decker bus. Try their Kilannan Beer Battered Georgian Bay White Fish with slaw grilled pineapple salsa, pickled onion and avocado cream. Or grab a poutine at Mars Fries – they’re well-worth the wait!

After lunch, take a walk along the beach, check out the retro shops, or rent a board and try out Stand Up paddle.

For dinner, take in the beachfront patio and delicious pizzas at Solas Grill. Or, treat yourself to locally raised buffalo, in-house smoked whitefish and local dairy products at The Red Road Café.

Sauble Events

July 15th: Healthy Parks Healthy People (HPHP) teach SUP at Sauble Falls Provincial Park

August 6th: Sauble Sandfest