Looking for the best beach for the holiday weekend? The free Swim Guide app can help you find the right beach for you: www.theswimguide.org.
The Waterkeeper Swim Guide app and Swim Guide website (www.theswimguide.org) contains 7,000 beaches across Canada and the USA. It shows you which ones are closest to you. Waterkeeper and participating affiliates update water quality information daily so you know which beaches are the cleanest.
For summer 2015, Waterkeeper recommends these 5 beaches for their consistent water quality:
- Big Sandy Bay, Wolfe Island, Kingston
- Plage Mille Roches Beach, Long Sault
- Guelph Lake (Main Beach), Guelph
- Pinery Provincial Park, Grand Bend
- Wollaston Lake Beach, North Frontenac
These 5 Ontario beaches are the most popular with Swim Guide users:
- Plage Constance Bay Beach, Constance Bay
- Woodbine Beach, Toronto
- Marie Curtis Park East Beach, Toronto
- Presqu'ile Provincial Park, Brighton
- Bluffers Beach, Toronto
These 5 beaches have had consistently poor water quality this summer:
- Sunnyside Boulevard Beach, Thunder Bay
- West Belle River Beach, Belle River, Windsor-Essex
- Bayfront Beach, Hamilton
- Riverside Park Beach, Carleton Place
- Centennial Park Beach, Carleton Place
Created by Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, Swim Guide is now the most helpful beach information service on the web. Browse beaches online or download the app to get started: www.theswimguide.org.
For further information or to arrange an interview:
Lake Ontario Waterkeeper