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Sandbanks sold out until August 2nd

July 29, 2021

Sandbanks Provincial Park Update:

As of Thursday July 29, 11:00 am:

Wednesday July 28th: Sold Out
Thursday July 29th: Sold Out
Friday July 30th: Sold Out
Saturday July 31st: Sold Out
Sunday August 1st: Sold Out
Monday August 2nd: Sold Out

Visitors to the Provincial Park will only be allowed to enter if they have an existing daily use vehicle permit reservation for the day they are visiting.

Sandbanks Provincial Park is still allowing in campers. Campers are reminded to check in after 2 pm on the date of their reservation.

North Beach Provincial Park Update:

As of Wednesday July 28th, 9:30 am:

Thursday July 29th: 65% reserved
Friday July 30th: 35% reserved
Saturday July 31st: 70% reserved
Sunday August 1st: 30% reserved
Monday August 2nd: 10% reserved

Visitors to the Provincial Park will only be allowed to enter if they have an existing daily use vehicle permit reservation for the day they are visiting.

Information about Provincial Parks: 

Advance reservations for day use vehicle permits are required to access Sandbanks and North Beach Provincial Parks. Bookings can be made five days in advance at reservations.ontarioparks.com. More info about the advance daily vehicle permit program and how it works at Sandbanks and North Beach is available on The County’s Summer Hub website. 

Information about Wellington Rotary Beach: 

On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, there is a $10 per person admission fee to visit Wellington Rotary Beach. Residents and ratepayers can obtain a Wellington Rotary Beach Day Use Pass to access the beach for free. Capacity is limited to 350 people, reservations are not available, and a Day Use Pass does not guarantee entry if the beach is at capacity. For more information visit the Summer Hub. 

Information about Little Bluff Conservation Area: 

Little Bluff Conservation Area is open with limited capacity. Parking is limited to 30 cars, and costs $15/day. Reservations are not available at Little Bluff. 

We encourage you to explore beyond the beach. Visit to the County’s official tourism website for ideas on what to do when the beach isn’t an option. 

 

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