With a slew of cozy cottages and waterfront properties, Wasaga Beach is the longest fresh water beach in the world and offers spectacular views of Georgian Bay, surreal sunsets, renowned trails, and nightlife for the enthusiast of beach living!
Over the years, the population of Wasaga Beach has grown substantially, with both young families and retirees moving here. Originally occupied by the Algonquin Indians, Wasaga Beach runs 8.7 miles long and is located at the eastern and southern shores of Georgian Bay.
Wasaga Beach draws an astounding two million visitors throughout the year, boasts exquisite waterfront properties, varied recreational activities, and is set in a tightly knit community alongside the Nottawasaga River. Besides all of this and the spectacular beaches, Wasaga is home to three 18-hole golf courses, the New Welcome Centre, Kitefest, Beachfest, Volleyball tournaments, Sandcastle competitions, and weekly classic car shows during the summer months.
Also home to the Historic Site – Nancy Island, Wasaga Beach holds a piece of history that attracts visitors worldwide. The sunken hull of the British Schooner, the Nancy, aided in the formation of this island on the Nottawasaga River.
So if you’re looking for waterfront properties and the pleasure of beach living, visit –Century 21 Millennium - Wasaga Beach Real Estate. Only minutes away from Collingwood and Blue Mountain, Wasaga Beach is the perfect destination for the connoisseur of beach living!
For more information about Wasaga Beach visit www.wasagainfo.com or call 1-866-292-7242. The beach is just the beginning!
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