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Wasaga Beach and Area 


 Scenic Caves 

Scenic Caves

Venture Deep Inside Blue Mountain

Explore a labyrinth of caves and crevices. Search near Ekarenniondi for the shadows which marked paths to the mysterious underworld. Explore the hidden natural fortress which sheltered the Petun people from their enemies. Descend into the ice cave - a crevasse so deep and cold that snow and ice often remain here through early summer.

 Scenic Caves 

Brave The Heights For A Spectacular View

Step to the edge of the limestone cliff to look down on 10,000 square kilometres of beautiful countryside and the deep blue expanse of Georgian Bay, over 300 metres below

  • More info about Scenic Caves can be found HERE.
  • See Also the Eco Tourist Ad for Scenic Caves HERE.

Rounds Ranch in Elmvale.
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Rounds Ranch

Yee-Haw! If you’re looking for a Country & Western experience Rounds Ranch is the place! With over 15 attractions you’ll have yourself a rompin’ good time. So mosey on down to the Ranch to get in on the fun.

Enjoy mazes, NEW expanded petting zoo, pony rides, barrel train, pedal cart racetrack, NEW Western Playground and more! Great family fun for all ages.

The ranch is open to the general public as well as offering birthday parties, youth events (scouts, guides, church and other youth groups), family reunions and corporate and church picnics. For more information, see the Rounds Ranch Ad.

  • More info about Wasaga Beach Rounds Ranch can be found HERE.


Rounds Ranch




Stud's Lonigans

Located on Main Street in Beach Area 1. Phone: 705-429-6371

The Beacon
Located on Mosley Street at 45th Street Phone: 705-429-4433

Wild Wing
At Stonebridge Plaza - Live Entertainment year round Phone: 705-429-8400

Boston Pizza
At Stonebridge Plaza - Has live entertainment on occasion.

Notice: The status of the Dard and Beach Banana's for 2013 is unclear. There has been conflicting information about whether they will be open and as of July 5, 2013 they appear to be closed still. I'll update this the minute I learn of their intentions.

The Dard
Located on Beach Drive (Beach Area 1). Phone: 705-429-2211 

Beach Banana's
Located on Beach Drive (Beach Area 1). Phone: 705 429-8100

Wasaga Beach Paintball Adventure
Massive Paintball Adventure "Mega Park" Located on the east side of Wasaga Beach at 3600 Vigo Rd. (Elmvale)
Telephone: 705-322-6321

Wasaga Sands Golf Course
Just off of 45th Street, Wasaga Sands is a newer course as well as a very popular area of new homes. 18 holes, driving range and club house are some of the features.

Marlwood Golf Course
Founded in 1928, the Marlwood Golf and Country Club is the oldest golf course in Wasaga Beach. Marlwood Golf Course is located on the shores of Marl Lake, a #1 class wetland. Facilites include: dining room, pro shop, swimming pool.
For more information, visit their website.

Nancy Island
Few people realize that Wasaga Beach is steeped in history. Nancy Island was once the site of a battle which helped the British win the War of 1812. Remains of the Schooner Nancy are preserved and on display in the museum. Operated by the Ontario Parks, Nancy Island also serves as a research base for the Eastern Hognose Snake, a rare and very interesting species of snake. The menacing looking snake is actually harmless and dare I say it.. cute. Watch their online video to learn how it fakes out its enemies as a defense mechanism.

Wasaga Beach Public Library
The Wasaga Beach Public Library offers a variety of programs and services, most of them free of charge. For children, there are activities designed to amuse and educate. You may have to register in advance to participate. Low cost internet access is available. To learn more about Library Events, visit the Events page on this website.

Wasaga Beach Nordic Centre
The Wasaga Nordic Centre offers modern equipment rentals, light refreshments, warm-up shelter and outback ski shelters to warm up a lunch on a crisp winters day. A quiet skier will be rewarded with wildlife viewing as white-tailed deer and winter birds are abundant. Call the Trail Centre at (705)429-0943 for trail conditions, rental and ski rates and general winter program information.