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В связи с установившейся жаркой погодой в Торонто BlogTO поместил подборку фотографий пляжей What beaches used to look like in Toronto 
А у меня в кустах рояль есть подборка, как это сейчас.
Давно не была на пляже, так чтобы купаться, не люблю. А те кто любят, но надо работать, ну хоть посмотреть!


Woodbine Beach, Торонто 



http://www.flickr.com/photos/scotteh/1748140830/in/photostream




Sandbanks, Ontario










image hosted on flickr








Google Map showing The Sandbank's location - click here.





This is another Lake Ontario Beach (Victoria) some distance west of Sandbanks.

image hosted on flickr
 

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1042829&page=26




http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1042829&page=11



WASAGA Beach!!!

http://tiagemmell.blogspot.com/2010/08/wasaga-beach-for-august-long-weekend.html


Sable beach



http://www.a1saublesandscottages.ca/rollovers/busybeach.png





Пляж и прогулочный настил (boardwalk) в районе Beaches в Торонто



http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/1K9E8kagZnK74lQV3iOduQ



Toronto Hto park







Woodbine beach (Торонто)

Woodbine Beach Toronto 


Beaches of Toronto


http://www.ontariotravel.net/TCISSegmentsWeb/info/ont2/WaterAdv/Beaches/?language=en



Beaches of Toronto
Eleven city beaches are designated as safe for swimming, including seven that have been awarded the Blue Flag for the highest standards in water quality, safety and service.

Bell Park, Sudbury
Located by the shore of Lake Ramsey, Bell Park's playgrounds and wide open spaces are a great place for kids to play.

Bruce Peninsula National Park, Tobermory
The Singing Sands Beach here is a huge, sandy playground named after the sound of the wind whistling through the dunes.

Cobourg Beach, Cobourg
Walk on white, soft sand or the long boardwalk, while the kids kick it up in the colourful splash pad in Victoria Park, play on the swings and monkey around on the climbing gym.

Grand Bend Beach, Grand Bend
This is THE summertime hot spot – stretch out a towel on the soft sand, slap on some sunscreen and bask in the rays.

Kelso Conservation Area, Milton (Seasonal)
The large, sandy beach on the 20-hectare (50-acre) lake is great for kids and parents alike, with change rooms, lockers, beach concessions and other outdoor activities within steps.

Port Stanley Beach, Port Stanley (Seasonal)
Take a trip to this quaint town for a relaxing afternoon on the beach. Or have a ball with a game of beach volleyball!

Sauble Beach, Sauble Beach
Sauble has it all - 11 beaches, amusement parks, go-karts, shopping, entertainment, camping, accommodations and sunsets for a perfect weekend with the kids.

The Beach, Toronto
You get the best of what beaches offer – sun, sand, play areas and concession stands -- plus the convenience of a bustling, upscale neighbourhood within a short walk.

Toronto Island Park, Toronto
You’re in another world when you take the ferry from downtown Toronto to the park-like setting of the Toronto Islands. Created by drifting sand bars, the Islands’ beaches are supervised, with wading pools a walk away.


 

Ontario's Sandy Provincial Parks

Awenda, Penetanguishene
Inverhuron, Tiverton (Seasonal)
Ivanhoe Lake, Foleyet (Seasonal)
Kettle Lakes, Cochrane (Seasonal)
Long Point, Rowan (Seasonal)
Pinery (The), Grand Bend
Sandbanks, Picton
Sibbald Point, Sutton West
Turkey Point, Turkey Point
Wasaga Beach, Wasaga Beach
Ontario Provincial Parks
 




BEST OF THE BEST

Ontario beach directory













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