Woodbine Beach is undoubtedly the most popular beach in Toronto, and for good reason. The largest of the four beaches that line Lake Ontario, this stretch of sandy waterfront pulses on
Woodbine Beach is undoubtedly the most popular beach in Toronto, and for good reason.
The largest of the four beaches that line Lake Ontario, this stretch of sandy waterfront pulses on hot summer days, playing host to frolicking children, gleaming sunbathers, barbecuers, and volleyball players galore.
The beach sits at the foot of Woodbine Avenue, where storms, wind, and time have pulled sand from the face of the Scarborough Bluffs into the half-moon strip that is Ashbridges Bay Park. This beach is also the gateway to three kilometres of glorious, sandy waterfront stretching eastward to the art deco palace that is the R.C. Harris Water Plant, with Kew-Balmy Beaches in between.
Swimming aside, the other major attractions here are the outdoor sports you can play at Woodbine, most notably, volleyball, played at the more than 90 beach volleyball courts that encompass the western chunk of Woodbine. Most of these courts are owned by the Ontario Volleyball Association, though there are a handful which are designated for public use. Even without a membership, you likely won’t have too hard of a time scoring a court, if you get there early enough.
(Friday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
1675 Lake Shore Blvd E, Toronto, ON M4L 3W6
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