Port Stanley Main Beach is a Blue Flag Beach for the 2020 season*.
Port Stanley Main Beach is an urban sand beach enjoyed by thousands every summer. It is situated on Lake Erie's north shore, with beach volleyball, boardwalk, free parking, friendly service, lots to do and everything you need close by. There are superb and historic B&Bs, elegant harbourside inns, fully equipped cottages, cozy retreats and much more. The beach is staffed with lifeguards from late June until early September. A beach wheelchair is available while the lifeguards are on duty and washrooms and change facilities are accessible for people with disabilities. Port Stanley is only 10 minutes from St.Thomas and lies at the mouth of Kettle Creek.
It was once known as the “Coney Island of the Great Lakes” with the beach featuring amusement rides, an outdoor theatre, and a giant water slide. Today you won’t find these things, but Main Beach with its sandy shore is still a popular attraction in Port Stanley. It is also the first beach on Lake Erie to receive the Blue Flag distinction.
*A Blue Flag beach is one that meets strict water quality and safety criteria. These beaches are certified annually as being clean, accessible, eco-friendly, and having great water quality! Swim Drink Fish is the National Operator for Blue Flag in Canada.
For more information, visit www.blueflag.ca
Photo by Sameer Vasta
This beach has Blue Flag status.
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