Continent
North America
Country
Canada
Next Big City
Person
Next Town
Barrie
 
Type:
Lake
Rider Ability:
Beginner, Intermediate, Expert
Features:
No information

Water

Type:
Shallow, Flat, Chop, Small wave, Medium wave
Hazards:
No information
Quality:
Clean
Best Tide:
Tide independent

It's an island in a lake. Depending on what side of the island you are on the waves can get to around 5-7 feet at times. There are beaches in every wind direction on the island all ranging from a mile long to 2 miles long.

Beach

Type:
Sand
Size:
Medium
Hazards:
No information
Beach Users:
No information

There are four beaches in all directions N, E, S, W. Three of the beaches are nice soft sand that gets very hot at times. And the beach facing the south is very hard packed sand with shallow waters. All the beaches have more then enough space to launch any size kite safely and land.

Weather

Spring:
Normal
Summer:
Shorts, Shorty
Fall:
Normal
Winter:
Thick

During the summer it is typical Ontario weather. The water can get pretty warm during the summer and it is not necessary for a wetsuit. Getting in to September you need a wetsuit and after that it's drysuit season. The season can be all year as long as you have a drysuit and the water dose not freeze in the winter months.

Wind

Best Months:
March, April, September, October
Wind Type:
Frontal
Best Direction:
No information
Main Direction:
No information

During summer the wind comes and goes. Fall months are pretty much windy every day. Spring wind can be very good.



How to get there

Transport
Car
Access
Short walk

From Toronto take 400 to Barrie. From Barrie to Cedar Point Road, where you have to get on a ferry that runs about every hour. Once you are on the island it is a 10 min drive to any beach.

Extra information

Rules
None

There are no rules. Just be safe and don't endanger other people.

Nightlife

No information