While pretty much any of the locations on this list of the best beaches in Muskoka could have been placed at the top, we do have a soft spot for Dwight Beach. Located an easy 20-minute drive east of downtown Huntsville along Highway 60 – the same road that leads to popular Algonquin Provincial Park – it's set in an extremely picturesque spot. Stretching out for miles in front of you is the lovely Dwight Bay on Lake of Bays, Muskoka's largest body of water and one that boasts well over 170 kilometers of shoreline.
The soft sand of the beach itself occupies 150 meters of shoreline and is widest in the middle. Adding to the attractiveness of the scenery is what's become known as "Dwight pier" — really a large dock, but a beautiful spot from which to enjoy the panoramic views over the water.
While there's no lifeguard on duty, the water here is shallow and safe for toddlers and youngsters (under supervision, of course). Handy picnic tables are available for use, and public washrooms are available in nearby Gouldie Park. Ample free parking is also available and is just a short stroll from the beach. There's also a public boat launch, along with RV and trailer parking.
While the beach can get crowded – it is, after all, perfect for kids – an early arrival is great for swimmers, or later in the afternoon or early evening, when families have usually packed up for the day (those children do need their sleep after all!). Alternatively, head to the narrower eastern end of the beach, which is generally less busy and also shady in spots.
After your fun day at the beach, enjoy a stay at one of the many great resorts in Huntsville, some of which even have little beaches of their own.
Address: Dwight Beach Road., Dwight, Lake of Bays, Ontario
Official site: https://facilities.lakeofbays.on.ca
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