Beach Advisories – Simcoe County, Muskoka, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes

Is the water safe?

Simcoe County

Collingwood

  • Sunset Point East and West Beaches – Advisory

Innisfil

  • Innisfil Beach Park – 9th and 10th Line Beaches – Advisory
  • 9th Line Park Beach – Advisory
  • Leonard’s Beach – Advisory

Midland

  • Pete Pettersen Park Beach – Advisory

Penetanguishene

  • Huronia Park –¬†Advisory
  • Rotary Champlain Wendat Park – Advisory

Muskoka

Georgian Bay

  • Port Severn Park – Advisory
  • Stewart Lake Beach – Advisory

Muskoka Lakes

  • Hanna Park Beach – Advisory
  • Jaspen Beach – Advisory

During a swimming Advisory, the beach is posted with warning signs that the most recent water samples showed bacteria in numbers that may increase your risk of developing minor skin, eye, ear, nose or throat infections or stomach illness. If you choose to swim during a swimming advisory, avoid dunking your head or swallowing the water.

A beach is Closed when a significant risk to health and safety has been identified or when a potential adverse event occurs, such as a sewage or chemical spill. Beach closures are rare.

source: Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit

Kawartha Lakes

  • none at this time; check back for updates

Haliburton

  • none at this time; check back for updates

source: Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit

Simcoe County

Barrie

  • Centennial Park Beach – Advisory

Collingwood

Georgian Bay

  • Stewart Lake Beach – Advisory

Innisfil

  • 9th Line Park Beach – Advisory
  • Beaches 2, 3, 4 & 5 at Innisfil Beach Park North – Advisory
  • Beach 1 at Innisfil Beach Park South- Advisory

Midland

  • Little Lake Park Midland Beach – Advisory
  • Pete Pettersen Park Beach – Advisory

Penetanguishene

  • Rotary Champlain Wendat Park – Advisory

Ramara

  • Lagoon City South Beach – Advisory

Severn 

  • Washago Centennial Park Beach – Advisory

Muskoka

Muskoka Lakes

  • Baycliffe Beach – Advisory
  • Windermere Beach – Advisory

During a swimming Advisory, the beach is posted with warning signs that the most recent water samples showed bacteria in numbers that may increase your risk of developing minor skin, eye, ear, nose or throat infections or stomach illness. If you choose to swim during a swimming advisory, avoid dunking your head or swallowing the water.

A beach is Closed when a significant risk to health and safety has been identified or when a potential adverse event occurs, such as a sewage or chemical spill. Beach closures are rare.

source: Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit

Kawartha Lakes

  • none at this time; check back for updates

Haliburton

  • none at this time; check back for updates

source: Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit

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