Newly Built Sauble Beach CottageWe built this home in 2017/18 and are so excited to share it with you. In it you can enjoy modern conveniences and design with the coziness of a quaint cottage that we hope will make you feel at home. And of course, you can enjoy the beautiful beach that is just two blocks away!
Oliphant 4 Season Cottage one block from the LakeTotally redone 4 season 4 bedroom rental. One block from Lake Huron in Oliphant. 10 minutes to Sauble Beach, and a short drive to the Bruce Peninsula and all it offers. Tobermory, the Grotto, Cypress Lake. The house is fully equipped with all linens. washer and dryer, dishwasher, 2 full bathrooms. One bedroom and a bathroom on main floor for those who can't do stairs. Oliphant is a kite boarders dream. there is a propane bbq, fire pit, some wood provided.
Corrado's CottageOur cottage is light and airy, decorated in crisp white and navy theme, it is very clean, well appointed and comfortable. We are a 3 minute walk to the beach and 3 minutes to downtown shops, restaurants and attractions. A perfect getaway for couples or small families as we provide, beach chairs, umbrella, sand toys, noodles and a wagon to haul it all down to the beach! We also have bicycles to use at your own risk, bring your own helmets!
Nestled into the crook of the Bruce Peninsula where it juts into Lake Huron, Sauble Beach boasts what is said to be the world’s second-longest freshwater beach. The seven miles of soft sand feature shallow, swimmable water, thanks to the unique sandbar deposits from which the beach is formed, while the west-facing shore and town are perfectly positioned for spectacular sunsets. The town of Sauble Beach grew around a sawmill on the Sauble River in the early 20th century, and became a popular vacation destination soon after that. The Main Street and much of the current beach area date to 1948, which gives the town a retro feel.
Sauble Beach grew in popularity with the advent of the automobile, and this area of Ontario remains focused on cars — both to get around, as there is no public transportation along the lengthy stretch of beach, and for entertainment at the nearby Sauble Speedway. Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the closest Canadian hub, with flights from around the country and the world. It’s a 3-hour drive from Toronto airport to Sauble Beach. If you’re arriving from the United States, fly into Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport (DTW), which is about 4 hours away. Both airports offer a multitude of rental car options.
High season in Sauble Beach brings warm weather and some sunshine, though it still cools off in the evenings, so you should always pack a sweatshirt along with your swimwear. High temperatures can reach 75 degrees Fahrenheit and drop to 55 degrees in summer, but the year-round rain peaks around the same time, with more than four inches of rain in August, so it’s important to pack an umbrella and waterproof layers. The chilly winters bring that precipitation in the form of snow, creating a winter wonderland but also requiring plenty of warm clothing as the low temperatures dip into the teens.
See, be seen, swim, or sun at the town’s eponymous attraction. The endless stretch of sand means that visitors can choose between the party atmosphere of popular parts or head further out for a quieter, more secluded spot to call your own. The clean waters are warm in summer and make for great swimming.
Once the center of the town’s economy, with its timber mill, the long series of gentle cascades are just a few minutes from Sauble Beach. Surrounded by immature forest after a 1906 fire badly burned the area, the scenic park holds great picnic spots and an adventure playground for kids. Rainbow trout and Chinook salmon ply the stream in certain seasons, making for good fishing and an interesting sight as they leap up each of the many segments of the falls.
Between touring the Fishing Islands archipelago; going fishing, kayaking, or canoeing on the Sauble River; or enjoying paddle boarding and jet-skiing, the area offers any number of ways to get out on the water — under your own power or by motor. A variety of outfitters in town offer tours, fishing charters, and rentals to get your boat afloat.