Beaches and waterfront parks
The Town of Georgina’s three major waterfront parks – Willow Beach, Holmes Point and De La Salle Beach and Park – are open. Town staff are on-site to monitor and control the number of users at each location. Visit georgina.ca/beaches to learn more.
Parking lots are available to both resident parking pass holders and those without. As of July 1, 2022, residents must have a 2022 resident parking pass to park for free in the resident parking lot. All other parking lots will be available to those with passes and those without on a first-come-first-serve basis. For those without a pass, pay-and-display machines will be operating.
Lake Simcoe is located approximately 60 kilometres north of the City of Toronto and is a little more than an hour's drive from half the population in Ontario. The watershed has a total land and water surface area of 3,580 km2, of which the lake occupies about 20 per cent or 722 km2. Lake Simcoe is part of the Trent Severn Waterway that connects Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay in Lake Huron.
There are 35 tributary rivers that feed into Lake Simcoe. Most of these rivers originate along the southern boundary of the watershed in the Oak Ridges Moraine and flow in a northerly direction before draining into Lake Simcoe. Fishing, boating and swimming are popular activities with many enjoying the 52 km of Lake Simcoe shoreline, clear waters and sand beaches.
Come explore our Town and enjoy the many outdoor water recreation opportunities available in Georgina.
- Jackson's Point Harbour
- Pay-and-display parking at waterfront parks
- Parks, picnic areas and picnic shelters
Did you know that Georgina beaches and waterfronts are smoke-free?
Learn about the York Regional Police Marine Unit and waterways policing on Lake Simcoe.