Lakeshore Beach Prince Edward County

Lakeshore Beach Prince Edward County
Lakeshore Beach Prince Edward County

Lakeshore Beach, nestled on the western shore of Lake Ontario along the West Lake Bar, boasts a lengthy stretch of fine sand gently sloping into the water. Spanning 7 km from West Point in the south to the village of Wellington in the north, it offers a serene alternative to the more crowded Sandbanks Outlet Beach.

Visitors Guide to the Lakeshore Beach


Entrance to Lakeshore Beach in Prince Edward County requires a reservation/permit during the summer months. Daily vehicle permits can be made online five days in advance. Parking is available on-site (Lakeshore Beach Parking).

Location: WP38+PW, Sand Banks, ON K0K 3L0

Hours: Open daily 7 am to 9 pm

Phone: 1-888-668-7275

Get a Permit:

Visitor Guidelines

To preserve the natural beauty and protect the beach, visitors are encouraged to follow guidelines such as keeping pets in their contained area, cleaning up after themselves, staying on marked trails, and carrying out all waste.

Provincial Park Rules

  • Overnight camping on the beach is prohibited
  • No alcohol consumption
  • Campfires are not permitted on beach
  • Never remove, damage or deface natural items
  • Pets are allowed at the south end of the beach
  • Take everything with you – pet’s waste and all garbage
  • Motorized vehicles are not permitted outside of the designated parking areas – this includes electric bikes, snowmobiles, cars, SUVs, and drones


  • Parking lot
  • Pet-friendly beach area
  • Picnic tables
  • Public washrooms


Like Sandbanks Outlet Beach, Lakeshore Beach has fine sand that gently slopes into the water. It is quieter and more secluded than the Outlet and provides a more peaceful experience.

Since located on Lake Ontario, the beach is prone to wind, rough waters, and waves. The environment provides excellent conditions for board sailors and windsurfers which can be seen on the lake long after Labour Day.

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