Sandy shores are always ideal when it comes to beaches, but this rocky spot is definitely worth a visit. You may not be able to feel the sand beneath your toes, but you can enjoy rainbow views as you gaze along the shoreline. Trade your flip-flops for a good pair of shoes and take a trip to Ontario's Pebble Beach to add some colour to your summer.
Forget walking along the sand, you can walk along a rainbow at this vibrant spot.
Located in Marathon, Ontario, Pebble Beach boasts a vast shoreline of smooth, colourful rocks.
The pebbles stretch along the blue waters for over 2 kilometres, bringing you expansive rainbow views.
According to the town's website, the rocks are polished by the crashing waves and moving ice, giving them a smooth, round finish.
The beach can be viewed from the parking area, or you can take a trail down to the shores and walk along the colourful cobbles.
It's a good idea to wear appropriate footwear, as walking along the rocks can be challenging.
As stunning as the rocks are, the town asks that visitors leave them on the beach so that others can enjoy them.
The beach is currently open to the public and is free to visit.
If this isn't enough colour for you, be sure to check out some other vibrant places across the province for super cheerful adventures.
It isn't summer without visiting at least one sandy beach, and Sandbanks Provincial Park has endless dunes and shores to lounge on.
Explore the rainbow at this vibrant beach for the most colourful summer adventure.
Address: 39 Howe St., Marathon, ON
Why You Need To Go: Wander along a colourful pebble shore at this Ontario beach.
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