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Sauble Beach

The Daytona Beach of the North. Sauble Beach in itself is a destination where you can cruise the strip all day. Where else can you ride you bike on the beach for 4 miles? (Please note: small day use fee may apply). Bruce Road 13 takes you north from Highway 21 and winds its way along the many cottages that dot the shoreline. When you hit the only set of traffic lights, turn left toward the beach and get your picture taken under the Sauble Beach sign.

Follow the beach north until you wind your way back onto Bruce Road 13. Turn left and you are immediately at Sauble Falls, another good picture stop. Follow Bruce Road 13 all the way to Wiarton until you reach Highway 6. Turn left or north then make a quick right onto Bruce Road 9. This super fun twisting road takes you all the way to Lions Head the home of the Taylor Made B&B; Bruce County's first accommodator that caters almost exclusively to riders. Be sure to head down the harbour where you can park your bike right beside the little lighthouse for the perfect photo op! North of Lions Head, the road turn to gravel so popping out to Highway 6 is a must. Continue north on Highway 6 to Dyers Bay Road and follow the signs to Rocky Raccoon Restaurant, another must. You'll have to double back to 6 but its well worth it.

Over 11 kilometres of pure, golden sands embrace the clean, warm waters of Lake Huron. Everyone goes to Sauble -- grandparents, families, teenagers, singles, and lovers, from near and far. Sauble was voted the number one beach in Ontario (Toronto Star) in 2002 and in 2004 was named one of the top 10 beaches in Canada (MacLean's Magazine). The first cottager was John Eldridge who built near the river in 1877 and Sauble has been attracting tourists ever since. Some people arrive for the day and stay a lifetime, because Sauble is not only a terrific vacation spot, but also it is a friendly and active residential community as well.

» Sauble Beach, Ontario

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