As we countdown to summer, the City of Toronto has announced the official reopening dates of its beaches! And while summer is still days away, Toronto’s beaches are reopening this weekend, on June 4.

Reopening the beach means that lifeguards will be available for supervision, and there will be beach maintenance daily from 10:30 am to 7:30 pm.

So get ready for a swim, a picnic, or some beach volleyball!

Generally, Toronto’s beaches are perfect for taking a swim during the hot summer. Be sure to check beach water quality, stay in swim zones and find out how to be safe on the beach.

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The City is reminding residents that “bonfires, the consumption of alcohol and littering are not permitted in parks, beaches or public spaces. Enforcement officers will issue tickets related to the consumption of alcohol and bonfires, with fines of up to $300.”

Once open, beaches will be maintained until September.

These are the Toronto beaches set to open this weekend & their locations:

Bluffer’s Beach, 1 Brimley Road, Scarborough
Centre Island Beach, on Toronto Island, Take a ferry at 9 Queens Quay West
Cherry/Clarke Beach, 1 Cherry Street
Gibraltar Point Beach, on Toronto Island, Take a ferry at 9 Queens Quay West
Hanlan’s Point Beach, Clothing optional beach on Toronto Islands, Take a ferry at 9 Queens Quay West
Kew-Balmy Beach, 1 Beech Ave
Marie Curtis Park East Beach, 2 Forty Second St
Rouge Beach, 195 Rouge Hill Dr
Sunnyside Beach, 1755 Lake Shore Blvd West
Ward’s Island Beach, 1 Centre Island Park, Take a ferry at 9 Queens Quay West
Woodbine Beach, 1675 Lake Shore Blvd East

See you at the beach!