Looking for a beach with warm water to take a dip in this summer? White Lake Provincial Park is open for the season, boasting two swimmable beaches with soft, fine sand and shallow water!

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White Lake Provincial Park is located in Terrace Bay, a stunning township in the Thunder Bay District.

If you’re planning a trip up north or already live in the area, the beaches of White Lake should be on your list of places to spend the day.

There are two beaches that are cleared for swimming.

The main beach is located in the day-use area and the second beach can be found in Sundew Campground.

Both beaches are marked with swimming area buoys and have gradual drop-offs, so staying safe is easy when taking a dip.

The day use beach is approximately 200 m of fine sand with warm, shallow waters making it the perfect place for family swimming and water sports.

This Ontario Park also features a handful of hiking trails if you feel like getting some steps in!

  • Deer Lake Trail
    Length: 1.5km (small loop), 2.5km (full loop)
    Difficulty: Easy
    Time: 1 – 1.5 hours
  • Tiny Bog Trail
    Length: 4.5km
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Time: 2 – 2.5 hours
  • Clearwater Lake Trail
    Length: 2km return
    Difficulty: Easy
    Time:  30min-1 hour
  • Fitness Trail
    Length: 500m
    Difficulty: Easy with self-directed fitness stations
    Time:  30 minutes

Get planning your trip now and don’t forget to reserve a day pass/vehicle pass here.

White Lake Provincial Park

When: Open for the season
Where: White Lake Provincial Park, 1004 Hwy 17. Terrace Bay, ON