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People need to know that dogs are a part of our family and people who judge and commenting on dogs being on beach is just ignorant. Small children with diapers on and babies who pee is the same as dogs being on beach. Responsible owners...More
If you love sand and know how to swim then this beach is definitely for you. If you have children then this is superb for them. Depending on what you prefer - Busy and close to the stores then park as soon as you get...More
Stopped at the beach on a recent visit to Saugeen Shores - had been to Sauble many times before and always thought it a bit shabby, touristy and basically a teen hangout - was ok for a stroll around the shops - but not this...More
It would have been a nice beach but allowing dogs on it is a really bad idea. Dogs pee and poo in the sand and it makes the beach unsanitary. Also some owners do not respect the rules and let their dogs off leash. A...More
We enjoyed a full day at the beach. It was not very busy when we got there at 9am. We found parking right by the beach and set up our chairs to enjoy the day. We were near the end where the Sauble Beach sign...More
Our favorite beach. Just like if you were in the ocean. Many parking spaces, good place for families. Very crowdy near the main street, avoid this sector and go further to have a good spot not too crowdy.
Sauble is one of the longest cleanest sand beaches in Canada it is beautiful. The South side is native owned which for a few you can drive your car on. I believe they still alow you to bbq. There are only a couple washrooms... More
Sauble is one of the longest cleanest sand beaches in Canada it is beautiful. The South side is native owned which for a few you can drive your car on. I believe they still alow you to bbq. There are only a couple washrooms. The shore line is high so not a much space as in past year. But still plenty. Farther down the native side you will find the trading post. General store take out ice cream.
The south side is ran by South Bruce Penensula
There is a pay parking lot downtown. You can not drive on the remainder of the long beach. However on the road side of the beach (lake shore Blvd )there is pay angle parking. No dogs or bbq in South side. There is a small dog area closer to down town. There are two washrooms downtown and one one mile down the beach. But each walkway to the beach along lake shore has a porta potti. Downtown you will find a Ariel rope park paddle board rentals arcade Subway Mars fries beach buger Rustic pizza beach buger two chicks cafe that has outdoor live entertainment Amechies coffee cafe Dairy Queen taco bus beaver tails and a great beach patio / restaurant Solas ( try the pizza it’s fantastic) they have live entertainment across the rd on the beach is Dobson’s fries burgers which has been there for ever. Close just down rd is Channing’s Chinese food and another frie place.
Also downtown is giggles arcade and bicycle rentals. Various shops on Main Street and tattoo shop. Up the street at the main lights you will find the grocery store pizza pizza liquor store and plaza with convenience store pizza delight dnl dinner ( good home cooked meal) and pharmacy
The Dunes bar and grill ( live entertainment )
As you enter Sauble you will find beer store home hardware and Sauble Sports ( ATVs jet skis )
If you own a ATV there are miles if organized trails stop into Sauble Spiorts fir map and trail pass season day weekend.
A short drive North you will find Sauble Falls and provincial park. There you will find good fishing canoe kayaks paddle boats
There are motels and cottage rentals
Much more to explore short drives away Wierton Tobermory Southampton Port Elgin and Owen Sound. Go to explore the Bruce.
Hope that helps.
I have been a partime resident for 49 yrs. if
you haven’t been yet visit Sauble Beach still a non comercialized Beach town.