Sauble Beach Real Estate & Homes





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Sauble Beach

Just imagine… lying on a sandy beach on a warm summer’s day. You can hear the waves, and see the family fun. Welcome to Sauble Beach! Sauble beach is an 11km. stretch of beautiful sandy shoreline. It has been voted one of Ontario’s best beaches! The unique sandbar deposits on the Lake Huron shoreline keeps the waters shallow and warm. The panoramic Western-facing water views of Lake Huron is also the perfect spot to view amazing sunsets year-round!

Sauble Beach is a go-to destination for cottagers and leisure seekers! Sauble Beach offers amenities and activities for the entire family. Watersports and adventure, shopping, mini-golf, bumper cars, dining and more! Sauble Falls is a great spot to visit, and has access to the Sauble Cross Country Trails. In the winter, Sauble Beach is a retreat for snowmobilers and cross country skiers.

Year round, Sauble Beach holds community events and celebrations such as Sandfest and Winterfest! For those looking to relocate, Sauble Beach is approximately 30 minutes to larger centers such as Owen Sound and Southampton.

If you would like to “live life slow”, then give us a call today!

Here’s a little bit of history about Sauble Beach!

Sauble Beach is the second longest fresh water beach in the world. Join us and bask in the sun on seven miles of beautiful, clean beach on the pristine shores of Lake Huron.

Sauble Beach was originally named by the French explorers for the sandy sable river that empties into the lake at Sauble Falls. “La Riviere Au Sable” was its original name, which means “River to the Sand”. This title was used on maps until 1881, when it was changed to “Sauble River.” Soon after, the beach was named “Sauble Beach” which when translated means Sand Beach or Beach of Sand. The first settler is reported to have been John Eldridge, who built a cottage nearby in 1877. A number of people followed and Sauble Beach began to grow steadily to become the community it is today. It began with a few people building cottages, then a boarding house and finally a store. Development proceeded south and eventually east. In the 1900’s a large sawmill was located just below the falls on the Sauble River, employing 40 people. Although it burned to the ground in 1906 taking half of the surrounding forest with it, dedicated reforestation by Bruce County and the Province has resulted in beautiful tall pine groves.

In the early decades of the 20th century, Sauble Beach became an increasingly popular vacation destination in concert with the growth of the automobile and leisure time among the middle class. Most of the resort development of the modern beach area dates from about 1948, including still-surviving attractions like the Driftwood restaurant, Sauble Lodge Motel and the Crowd Inn hot-dog stand.

Just a short drive to Tobermory or Wiarton,


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