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Blue Water

New community of waterfront homes on Highway 26 in Wasaga Beach, west of Collingwood. Nestled in between Wasaga Beach and the shopping and dining of Collingwood, and the ski and golf resort of Blue Mountain. True 4-season resort.

Vacation living at its best. Beautiful views of Blue Mountain and Georgian Bay.

Blue Water Club house will have something for everyone - outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, patio with lounge chairs, and children's play area - inside there are saunas, exercise room and a lounge with wet bar and fireplace.

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Wasaga Beach is a town in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. It is a popular four-season tourist destination situated on Nottawasaga Bay at the southern end of Georgian Bay approximately two hours north of Toronto, and abuts, to the west, the town of Collingwood. Wasaga Beach is nestled in and around 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) of white sandy beach on Nottawasaga Bay and the winding Nottawasaga River.

About Wasaga

Over two million people visit the Town every summer to stroll the shores of the Wasaga's freshwater beach (stretching 14 kilometres / 8.7 miles), swim in warm clean waters and enjoy the panoramic mountain views across the Bay. There are endless recreational trails that are used for hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The Nottawasaga River offers game fishing and great canoe routes to explore.

The beach is divided into smaller beaches with the public beaches numbered 1 to 6 sequentially from east to west. Its position on the waters of Nottawasaga Bay means its summer temperatures are moderated somewhat by the water, so summer days are much more comfortable than Toronto's scorching days, but the same winds off the water trigger very heavy and intense snow squalls in the winter. As such, snowmobiling, skiing, and other winter sports are extremely popular along the beach.

Wasaga Transit

Transit service in Wasaga Beach is operated by Georgian Coach Lines, using town owned buses. They expanded the one route they started in July, 2008 to two in the summer of 2009, because the bus system grew faster than anyone expected.

Services for Wasaga Beach Transit occur in a loop from the Wasaga Stars Arena to the Real Canadian Superstore every hour from 7 AM to 7 PM. Buses serve the loop eastbound and westbound.


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