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About Sauble Beach
Sauble Beach is the second longest freshwater beach in the world outside of nearby Wasaga Beach. Offering breath-taking sunsets and amazing views of the Lake Huron shoreline! Sauble Beach has been voted the #1 beach in Ontario and is a very popular summer family destination.
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About Sauble Beach
Sauble Beach is the second longest freshwater beach in the world outside of nearby Wasaga Beach. Offering breath-taking sunsets and amazing views of the Lake Huron shoreline! Sauble Beach has been voted the #1 beach in Ontario and is a very popular summer family destination.
Rentals in Sauble Beach
Book a vacation rental in Sauble Beach instead of a traditional hotel - you’ll receive the space, privacy, and amenities of home for a fraction of the cost. Cozy on up to the lake in your beach rental with enough room for your entire family or group. You’ll have a full eat in kitchen so you can save money on meal costs by cooking at home. Some rentals will come with special amenities like a private pool, hot tub, patio and grille, or a home theater. Renting in Sauble Beach puts you in the middle of the action, so you can live like a local and hit the nearby hot spots quickly and easily.
Things to do in Sauble Beach
Of course, you’ll spend most of your time beachside on the seven miles of sandy white perfection. The water is shallow and warm, so it is ideal for young children. Fishing is a popular sport in the Sauble area with Lake Huron being the key. You can catch trout, pike, perch, walleye, smallmouth bass and more - so bring your fishing rod! Sauble Falls is a beautiful park with running water and nature at its best. The Bruce Peninsula is famous for hiking and mountain biking along the Bruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest footpath. For those that want more action, catch a stock car race at Sauble Speedway. Head to Sauble Beach Fun World for arcades games, go-karts, and more. Birdwatchers should plan their holiday for May or June, when the area is visited by several species of warblers: black-throated, green, yellow-rumped and parula.