This small former fishing village is home to a waterfront Provincial Park where visitors can swim, picnic, and fish off the pier. The Port Bruce pier offers some of the best Lake Erie Yellow Perch and Walleye fishing along Ontario’s southern coastline. Enjoy live entertainment at the pier side pavilion, or play on the newly renovated playground equipment.
Stop for a picnic, a swim at a sandy beach, or enjoy some fishing or boating at this waterfront park. Public washrooms and beachside restaurants are available nearby.
Dine on the Beach
Corner View Cafe
3159 Colin Street
Port Bruce, ON
The Sandcastle Restaurant
3360 Imperial Road,
Port Bruce, ON
Sun yourself on this soft sandy stretch of beach or take a dip in the warm shallow waters of Lake Erie. Visit the fry wagon, join a game of beach volleyball, or enjoy the free wireless internet offered on the beach! A short walk up the street provides the opportunity to sample a cool treat at Simply Scoops Ice Cream Shoppe, or dine at a restaurant serving fresh perch dinners.
Provincial Park/ West Beach
Port Burwell’s Provincial Park Beach, also known as the West Beach boasts 2kms of soft, sandy shoreline. This beach is water quality tested weekly and has Personal Floatation Devices available to rent. Find a quiet place to relax in the sun, build that perfect sandcastle or take advantage of the dog friendly section of the beach! This long stretch of beach is perfect for a relaxing stroll. Extend your stay into the evening and witness a breathtaking sunset!
Let the warm Lake Erie breeze calm you as you relax by the water’s edge, during a sun-filled weekend by the shore. Port Stanley’s Main Beach is one of the longest stretches of sandy beach on Lake Erie’s north shore and is packed each summer with visitors who come to enjoy a multitude of shoreline activities including swimming and boat rides of all sorts.
This beach is the only Beach on Lake Erie to receive the prestigious Blue Flag designation. Blue Flag recognizes beaches and marinas that have achieved international standards in water quality, environmental management, education, safety and services. Port Stanley’s Main Beach offers lifeguards during peak hours, washrooms, and accessible services.
Dine on Main Beach
Dine beach side at GT’s Beach Bar and Grill where beach volleyball courts and regular live music are sure to entertain, or head on over to Mackie’s and try their famous Orangeade and Mackie’s special fry sauce! Try to guess the secret ingredient!
GT’s on the Beach
350 Edith Cavell Blvd
Port Stanley, ON
124 William St.
Port Stanley, ON N5L 1E1
Located on the east side of the village, Port Stanley’s Little Beach also known at the ‘family beach’ offers all of the sun, sand and surf of the main beach with a calmer atmosphere, providing the perfect retreat for families with small children, or vacationers preferring a more serene trip to the beach. This beach is conveniently located minutes from downtown shops and restaurants.
Far away from the hustle and bustle of busier beaches, Port Glasgow’s small sandy beach is a hidden oasis of tranquility and privacy. Located at the Port Glasgow Yacht Club and Marina, the beach is close to boat charters, a bait shop, and great fishing pier.
Port Glasgow Yacht Club and Marina