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Beaches in Muskoka

Muskoka has family-friendly beaches

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With its rich abundance of unspoiled lakes and rivers, it is hardly surprising that Muskoka is also home to numerous delightful sandy beaches. Whether for swimming or simply kicking-back and unwinding, cottage country boasts well over 30 public beaches situated on some of Ontario’s most beautiful lakeside locations. 
 
Most beach parks include picnic facilities, as well as washrooms, BBQs and playground equipment for the kids. Muskoka’s beaches aren’t just for swimmers – many also provide docking and boat launch areas, and all are perfect takeoff points for a quiet canoe or kayak trip, or a leisurely sail.

From popular in-town parks to quiet out-of-the-way islands, Muskoka’s beaches are waiting to be explored!

Find the locations of all Muskoka beaches by clicking the map below.
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PUBLIC BEACHES

Warning: Not all swimming beaches are patrolled by lifeguards!

Gravenhurst
Bass Lake Park - Housey’s Rapids Road (District Road 6)    
Franklin Park - End of Kilworthy Road, south of Gravenhurst
Gull Lake Park - Bethune Drive, Gravenhurst
Muskoka Bay Park - Muskoka Bay, Muskoka Rd. 169, west of Gravenhurst
Muskoka Beach Park - Off Muskoka Beach Road, Gravenhurst

Bracebridge
Annie Williams Park - Wellington Street to Santa’s Village Road
Bass Rock Park - Wilson’s Falls Rd. (rock only - no sand)   
Bowyer’s Beach - Bowyers Beach Road off of Golden Beach Road
Bracebridge Bay - Ecclestone Drive (Kelvin Grove Park, deep area only)
Bracebridge Bay Park - Wharf Rd. (Bracebridge Bay Park)
Clear Lake Beach - Located at the end of Clear Lake Road  
Fox Point beach - Highway 118 E. to Conway Crescent then to Fox Point Road (Neighbourhood Park)
Holditch Street Park/Beach - Holditch Street and Dill Street (Neighbourhood Park)
Kirby’s Beach - Lake Muskoka, off Beaumont Drive in Bracebridge
Muskoka Falls - Morrow Drive (Neighbourhood Park)
Strawberry Bay Beach - Stephens Bay Road
Wood Lake Beach - Oakley Cres. to Caribou Lodge Rd to Rignalls Road (Neighbourhood Park)

Muskoka Lakes
Archdekin Park - Harris Street, Port Carling
Baycliffe Park - Milford Bay Road, Muskoka Road 118 West, Milford Bay
Four Mile Point Park -Rosseau Rd. #3 (off Hwy 141)
Hanna Park Beach - Off Bailey Street, Port Carling
Indian Crescent Park - Indian Cres., Port Carling
Jaspen Park - Moon River, off District Road 38, Bala
Port Sandfield Park - Muskoka Rd. 7, Port Sandfield
Rosseau Beach - Lake Rosseau, in village of Rosseau
Skeleton Lake Park - Skeleton Lake Road #5, Ullswater
Sunset Park - Wharf Rd. (off Torrance Rd.), Torrance
Valley Green Beach - Muskoka Road, 118 W, Milford Bay
Windermere Park - Lake Rosseau, off District Road 4
Windsor Park - Off Muskoka Road 169, Bala

Huntsville/Lake of Bays
Algonquin Provincial Park - Hwy 60 then go 45 km east of Huntsville
Arrowhead Provincial Park - Off Hwy 11 at the north end of Huntsville
Avery Beach - On Hunter’s Bay off Main St. West, Huntsville
Camp Kitchen Beach - Muskoka Heritage Place and then left onto Camp Kitch Road 
Dwight Beach - Lake of Bays, off Hwy. 60 in Dwight
Hutcheson Beach - Lake Vernon, off Muskoka Road 2 west of Huntsville
Lake of Bays Park - Lake of Bays, South Portage Road, Baysville
Oxtongue Rapids Park - Off Hwy. 60 east of Dwight
Port Sydney Beach - Muskoka Road 10, Mary Lake, Port Sydney
Tally Bay Beach - Peninsula Lake, off Hwy. 60, Hillside

Georgian Bay Coast
Georgian Bay Island National Park - Beausoleil Island, 17 km north of Port Severn
MacTier Beach - Stewart lake, east of the town centre on Stewart St.
Prospect Lake Beach - Hwy 118 east to Prospect Lake Rd.
Six Mile - 17 km north of Port Severn off Highway 400

 

 

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