Welcome to The Sauble Beach Lodge
The Sauble Beach Lodge is your perfect vacation destination! Only a short one-minute walk to the beach, our facilities are located conveniently close to both the downtown area and the Beach itself. Your stay at the Sauble Beach Lodge will also include the use of our large pool with a lounge area, water-slide, and diving board. You will also have access to our play area for your children to enjoy, and our large yard with access to barbeques and picnic tables.
About The Beach
Sauble Beach, Ontario, Canada is a resort community and unincorporated area in the town of South Bruce Peninsula, Bruce County in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the eastern shore of Lake Huron, on the north edge of the Saugeen Nation. The beach takes its name from that given by early French explorers to the sandy Sauble River, originally Riviere aux Saubles, that empties into the lake at the beach. The first settler is reported to have been John Eldridge, who built a cottage nearby in 1877, although most of the resort development of the modern beach area dates from about 1948, including still-surviving attractions like the Driftwood Cafe, Sauble Lodge Motel, and the Crowd Inn hot-dog stand. The main street has remained relatively untouched in the past 50 years.
Recreational activities include swimming, windsurfing, water-skiing, fishing, golfing, lawn bowling, tennis, street dances, beach volleyball, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, birding, an annual Winterfest and an annual sandcastle contest. The Canadian National (Beach) Volleyball Championships have been held there, and the local Steelback Sauble Speedway is on the CASCAR professional racing circuit. The Sauble Beach Festival of the Classical Guitar has been held there since 2007. Sauble Beach is the perfect vacation destination for any family.