7 Beaches In Toronto And The GTA To Check Out This Summer
Cool off under the sun
The temperature is on the rise and dealing with the heat waves in the city can be a bit overwhelming. Here is a list of some beautifully scenic spots in Toronto and around the GTA to hit up this summer to go for a swim and lounge in the sand. Get your tan on and enjoy these summer days!
1. Bluffers Beach
The Bluffs in Scarborough is a true beauty in Toronto. After a short hike and look at the gorgeous view from up above, head down to the beach and soak in the sun on a warm day this summer.
2. Kew-Balmy Beach
A beach downtown means there is no excuse not to visit this lovely little gem in the city. Be sure to take a stroll along the board walk.
3. Coronation Park Beach
This serene park and beachfront in Oakville is one of the nicest places to go in the town. This nice spot makes for a peaceful place to have a picnic on the shore with some good friends or a loved one.
4. Gibraltar Point Beach
Hands down one of the nicest beaches in Toronto, Gibraltar Point Beach is worth the short journey on the ferry out to the Toronto islands. Grab your beach towel and go, go, go!
5. Ward's Island Beach
The unreal view of the Toronto skyline alone makes this beach a must visit for Torontonians. Enjoy a swim while taking in the beautiful sight as evening falls and the city lights go up.
6. Kelso Beach
This cozy waterhole in Milton is a bit of a trek out of the city. But with the hike through the greenery and secluded feeling away from the condensed city, Kelso Beach and Conservation Area is worthy of a visit this summer. Soak up those sunrays!
7. Hanlan's Point
Another cool beach to take the ferry out to the islands of Toronto. Hanlan's Point is well-known by many young Torontonians as the 'beach with all the naked people'. And yes, it's true. Hanlan's is a nudist optional beach. If you are looking for an interesting, semi-Euro experience without having to pay thousands for a flight, Hanlan's will not let you down. Enjoy a nice swim in the waters of Lake Ontario.