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Wasaga Beach Canada : The Heritage Town of Simcoe

June 19, 2015

After a fantastic stay at Canada now it was time to pack my bags and head towards my home in Mumbai. I had an exceptionally fun and relaxing vacation in this beautiful country. I wished to stay more but that was not practically possible. After my visit to the Rideau Canal the last destination that I did not want to skip visiting was the Wasaga Beach of Canada

With a total population of 17537 the Wasaga beach commonly known as Wasaga is a small and cosy town located in the Simcoe country side of the Ontario province of Canada. It is located just at an interval of around two hours to the north of Toronto. Hence it was quite convenient for me to reach this popular summer tourists destination of Canada.

This town is located long the longest fresh water beach of the world and hence owes its importance as a very popular summer holiday destination. The town of Collingwood is located to the west of Wasaga. According to the international environmental standards the Wasaga beach Provincial Park has strived hard to maintain the Wasaga Beach’s shoreline and hence it has been recognized as the first provincial park in Canada to have won the Blue Flag Destination award.

Wasaga Beach Canada

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Due to its location at the sea shore this town experiences a soothing climate in the summers. Various other points of interests pertaining to Wasaga are the Nancy Island Historic Site, Georgian Bay, Martyrs’ Shrine, River Nottawasag and the Wasaga Beach Public library. The Wasaga Beach Provincial Park is one of the most visited attractions of Wasaga. It offers various tourism pursuits such as site seeing, bird watching and camping to vacationers at very affordable tariffs. 

Nature lovers and picnickers gather from all parts of the globe to this park to indulge in leisurely boating or paddling, fishing or even car camping during the hot summers.  This town has a lot to offer to weary bands of travellers as it has maintained its cultural as well as ecological integrity. Finally as the day ended I went back to my hotel and headed towards the airport to return back home with wonderful memories of my Canada trip.

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