Experience Sauble Beach!
What to do in Sauble Beach
Sauble Beach is a beach town. There is an amusement park, mini golf, golf courses, a speedway, a park, campgrounds, shopping, internet cafes, hiking trails, x-country ski trails, wind surfing, kite boarding, tubing, banana boat rides - you will find activities for the whole family in Sauble Beach. And... the natural wonders of the Bruce Peninsula is only a 20 minute drive away!
BICYCLING IN AND AROUND SAUBLE BEACH
Some of the most picturesque routes in Ontario can be found in Grey and Bruce counties. Sauble boasts challenging, fast running mountain bike trails, and an excellent stop on a multi-day trek. Visit our cycling pages here
CANOEING & KAYAKING SAUBLE BEACH
Sauble River - which is in Sauble Beach is a great place to launch a canoe or kayak. Paddling the Rankin River is a popular excursion, and you can rent a canoe or kayak from one of the local outfits in the area. Or paddle up the coast of Lake Huron towards the fishing Islands off Red Bay & Oliphant. More information on Boating on the Bruce Peninsula here.
FISHING SAUBLE BEACH & AREA
Sauble Beach and area are host to several fishing derby's throughout the year, which is no wonder considering the many lakes and charters available to the beginner and avid fisherman.
For more information on fishing derby's, season's and regulations CLICK HERE
HIKING SAUBLE BEACH
Sauble Beach has a few hiking trails throughout the area for all levels of hikers. Only 20 minutes drive away - in Wiarton - you can access the Bruce Trail and hike the trails that over-look Georgian Bay on top of the majestic Niagara Escarpment.
Banister Park Fitness Trail
Located by the community center, challenge yourself or others.
Wild Iris Boardwalk (Bannister Park)
See nature at work along the edge of Carson's Lake
Offers casual walking trails, used by bikers as well, featuring interesting facts about the some of the old forests and marshlands within Sauble Beach.
GOLFING SAUBLE BEACH
Sauble Beach has some fantastic golf course located within a short drive from the beach area. The courses in the area provide a wide range of experiences in golfing. In the fall you can golf amid the splendor of fall colours or come and in the spring you can golf in the beauty of spring in the country. More information on the area golf courses here.
Wiarton Golf Club
Northern Dunes Golf Club
Pinewoods Golf Club
Sauble Beach Golf & Country Club
Chippewa Golf and Country Club
Let's not forget the mini golf courses! Take the family to a mini put for a round of "fun golf"
DAY TRIPPING UP THE PENINSULA
Sauble Beach is located at the foot of one of the most beautiful and natural areas in Southern Ontario. The Bruce Peninsula is home to 2 National Parks, several Ontario Parks, nature reserves, the best of the Bruce Trail hiking and home to a Unesco World Biosphere designated area.
- Take a drive to Wiarton and hike to Spirit Rock Conservation Area.
- Take your mountain bike to the "Mountain Bike The Bruce" Adventure Park.
- Drive up to Lion's Head where you can view the majestic limestone cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment along the shores of Isthmus Bay.
- Day trip to Tobermory and visit the National Park's Visitors Centre and climb up the tower and view the islands of the Fathom Five National Marine Park
SHOPPING SAUBLE BEACH
Sauble Beach is a mini-shopping mecca! Beach stores, art galleries, gift shops - there is a wide array of stores for all types of shoppers.
X-COUNTRY SKI & SNOWSHOE SAUBLE BEACH
Ski the Sauble cross country ski trails, the best classic nordic ski trails in south western Ontario.
Visit ski Sauble Website
You can enjoy skiing & hiking at the Sauble River Conservation Area, or take a short drive to Wiarton and ski or snowshoe the Bruce Trail along the shores of Georgian Bay.
More information on skiing and snowshoeing here.
SNOWBILING SAUBLE BEACH
Sauble Beach is a winter wonderland. Sauble Beach is connected to the OFSC - the snowmobile trails lead you to just about anywhere in Ontario.See the area, spend an afternoon, or pack some gear and tour the Bruce and Grey counties. Don't forget to take a camera though, because you'll have exclusive access to some of the most beautiful (and otherwise inaccessible) country you've ever seen.
Access to snowmobile routes may be found:
1. Off of D-line, just south of Fedy Dr.
2. At the north and south corners of Rankin Bridge Road (just east of the Rankin Bridge)
3. At the south corner of C-line, off of Jewel Bridge Road
4. Off of Main Street (County Rd. 8) between D-line and Municipal Road