Lake Huron / Sauble Beach

Be sure to plan ahead before visiting this fall, as many operators are running at reduced capacity or are closed for the season due to COVID-19.  When in BruceGreySimcoe, follow social distancing protocols, wear a mask and wash your hands frequently.

This is BruceGreySimcoe’s “beautiful waterfront property” with long stretches of the sparkling Lake Huron shoreline stretching from Point Clark to Kincardine to Port Elgin to Southampton, Sauble Beach and along the west side of the Bruce Peninsula.  Stretches of these sandy, pebbly and rocky beaches make great fall walking routes and, depending on the September weather, swimming may still be an option.  Catch the fall colours reflected in the water as  you paddle along the shoreline and down the Sauble and Saugeen Rivers. 
Away from the water, the small lakeside communities feature eclectic eateries, brewpubs, fun shopping and warm hospitality (note that many Sauble Beach operators change their hours after Labour Day, so call ahead before visiting).  Other neat places to visit are the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, Sauble Falls Provincial Park and a tour through the Oliphant Fishing Islands with Bruce Peninsula Boat Tours.  “Fall” into fun on the Lake Huron shoreline!




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