Beaches

Beaches

When the summer heat hits, the beach is the perfect place to cool off! The City of Greater Sudbury owns and operates several supervised beaches across the city.

At supervised beaches, lifeguards are trained to watch for and identify blue-green algae. 

See waterways confirmed to have blue-green algae in the Sudbury and district area - Public Health Sudbury & Districts.

Hours and Etiquette

Lifeguards are on duty seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. between June 16 and August 19, 2018. 

Children should always be accompanied by an adult and always within arms reach.

Floating Wheelchair

Persons with disabilities can enjoy a refreshing swim in Ramsey Lake at the Bell Park Beach with the help of a floating wheelchair that provides a seamless transition from hard surface, to the beach, and into the water.

Free Swimming Lessons at Local Beaches

This summer, the Healthy Kids Community Challenge and the City of Greater Sudbury are partnering to offer free swimming lessons at two local waterfront locations. Get familiar with our lakes and take advantage of this great program. Open registration starts June 19, 20

Beach Locations

Bell Park Main Beach

Bell Park has several beaches. Only the main beach is accessible and supervised by a lifeguard.

Visitors with disabilities can enjoy the water at our main beach with the use of our floating wheelchair. For more information, or to reserve the floating wheelchair, please call 705-674-9116.

Did you know that our main beach at Bell Park is blue flag certified? When you see the blue flag flying, it means our beach meets strict environmental, educational, safety and access criteria.

Capreol Public Beach

Kalmo Beach

Meatbird Lake Park

Moonlight Beach

Did you know that Moonlight Beach is blue flag certified? When you see the blue flag flying, it means our beach meets strict environmental, educational, safety and access criteria. 

Nepahwin Beach

Whitewater Lake Park