It’s time to "seas" the day! If you’ve been dreaming of beachy sunset views but can’t leave the house right now, don’t sweat it. With the Wasaga Beach live cam, you can enjoy perfectly pink sunsets and crashing waves on the bay without even getting off the couch. 

And you won’t need to worry about sunscreen either. Bonus!

You can find the live stream on the main page of the Wasaga Beach website.

The feed provides an excellent view of Nottawasaga Bay and a large stretch of nearly white sand. It's honestly the virtual escape we need right now.

But the best views come at dawn and dusk. If you’re up to see the sunrise or not too busy while it sets, you can take in stunning pink skies and rays of sunshine via the stream.

You might not feel the sand between your toes but hey, we can dream, right?

As everyone continues to adjust to social distancing and the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic, one thing that has come in handy is live streams like this one.

Not only can you watch the sunset, but you can also ride a virtual roller coaster or take a tour of a museum without ever leaving the house.

Currently, you can expect sunrise at around 7:11 a.m. and sunset around 7:39 p.m. These are the best times to tune in, if you ask us. 

Unfortunately, there is no audio with the feed. 

However, if you want to go all out, you could throw on some beachy soundtrack in the background.

Now that’s a vibe we're here for.

Not only are the sunsets here something to rave about, but Wasaga Beach is actually the longest freshwater beach in the world, too!

So, if you’ve never been IRL, be sure to add this gorgeous spot to your post-social-distancing-bucket list ASAP.

If you’re feeling stuck at home and can’t wait for a beach day, then this live stream is the perfect compromise. 

So bust out the flip-flops and get ready to watch a romantic sunset or sunrise from the comfort of your living room.

We know where we’ll be spending our evening. Yep, it's on the couch daydreaming about the beach.