Beach Area 3

 There are two features which make Beach Area 3 stand out: a) The Provincial Park office is located there, and b) this is the only beach where you are allowed to bring your dog.

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Beach Area 2

Beach Area 2Beach Area 2 is often confused for Beach Area 1. The entrance is at the base of 3rd Street N., and there is a boardwalk which begins there. I mentioned in the overview page that beach areas 1-6 are really just one long beach divided in name only. It's easy to think you are still in one area when you have entered another. 

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Beach Area 1

Why is Beach Area 1 the most talked about beach area in Wasaga Beach? For day-tripping sun seekers and week-long renters, this beach offers the amenities which tend to be popular with transient crowds.

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Home & Garden Show

April 9th & 10th, the Wasaga Beach Lions Club presents the Annual Home & Garden Show.

Times: Saturday April 9th from 10 am. to 5 pm
          Sunday, April 10th from 10 am to 4 pm
Location: RecPlex - Oakview Centre, 1724 Mosley Street, Wasaga Beach.

Free draws, door prizes, snack bar, children's activities, and more. Many new exhibitors; home renovation, decorating, landscaping etc.

Admission $2 Adult, Children under 12 free.  All proceeds go to support community projects.

For more information, call 705-429-3331

 



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Bus Service

Wasaga Beach Bus Service Information

Wasaga Beach LinkThe bus service in Wasaga Beach is operated by Georgian Coach Lines. If you find a broken link, please email me to let me know and I'll fix it asap.
Contact the bus company directly for up-to-date info.
705-429-7700

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Emergency

This list is for tourists and residents. There is some content that may not be appropriate for younger readers, but nonetheless I thought was important to provide.

As a town that welcomes visitors, we hope that your stay here in Wasaga Beach is all sunshine and warm sand, but if you find yourself looking for a hospital, or a place to stay to avoid abuse, the following list should help get you started. 

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Local By-Laws

So you are renting a cottage in Wasaga Beach for a week in the summer and you have visions of relaxing by a bonfire in the backyard. For health and safety most municipalities have banned leisure fires and the burning of leaves and other materials.

Exactly when are you allowed to set off fireworks?

You and 50 of your closest friends are planning a graduation party. Will you get into trouble for making too much noise?

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Snowman Mania 2016

Snowman Mania

Snowman Mania his back for another fun-filled 4-day weekend here in Wasaga Beach. 

What is Snowman Mania? I'm glad you asked. Sadly, the oddly-named festival does not feature any manic snowmen wreaking icy havoc on unsuspecting locals (how cool would that be?). Instead it's a winter carnival designed to get us out of hibernation and out into the community to enjoy a wide range of outdoor and indoor activities. Snowman Mania is now in it's 11th year and is enjoying widespread participation and support by generous sponsors and volunteers who offer up fun things to do - mostly for free for winter-weary locals and visitors.

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Notice To Clients

Wasaga.com is undergoing a major overhaul for Spring 2016. New features are being added, old articles are being pruned, information is being updated. It's a very large job and I thank you for your patience during this time.

Some features will be disabled and some articles are scheduled to be permanently removed. During this transition time, you can access the old website here: http://www.wasaga.com/WasagaDotCom.

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