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There is no need to bring your passport; these beach Airbnbs in Ontario are the ultimate tropical staycation.
There is no need to waste your vacation days flying to another country; there are so many spectacular vacation rentals only a short drive away.
Georgian Bay Beach Club
Georgian Bay Beach Club.
Price: $288+ per night
Why You Need To Go: You'll have so much fun splashing in the pool or soaking up the sunshine on the private beach.
Beach Point Cottage Co. Beach House
Beach Point Cottage Co. Beach House.
Price: $475 per night
Location: Dysart And Others
Why You Need To Go: You can have so much fun on the water, as the rental also includes stand-up paddleboards, canoes, and kayaks for you to use.
Cottage on Lake Erie
Cottage on Lake Erie.
Price: $200+ per night
Why You Need To Go: This peaceful Airbnb has stunning panoramic views of Lake Erie and is in the heart of wine country.
Guest Suite in Prince Edward County
Guest Suite in Prince Edward County.
Price: $251+ per night
Location: Prince Edward County
Why You Need To Go: There is no need to cook while you stay here. This Airbnb is only a short walk from trendy restaurants like the Drake Devonshire or La Condessa.
Oxtongue Lake Gem
Oxtongue Lake Gem.
Price: $430+ per night
Location: Oxtongue Lake
Why You Need To Go: This Airbnb is on a beach perfect for swimming and comes with kayaks, paddleboats, and a canoe for you to use.
Cozy Beach House On Georgian Bay
Cozy Beach House On Georgian Bay.
Price:$285+ per night
Why You Need To Go: The adorable two-bedroom cottage has enough room for six people and a salt-water pool.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included.
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This article has been updated since it was originally published on April 7, 2021.