The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

Riverine Flood Status
Lake Simcoe Shoreline Status
Low Water Status

Lake Access

Lake Simcoe

Lake Simcoe is the fourth largest lake wholly in Ontario. With 240 kilometres of shoreline, there are plenty of opportunities to take advantage of a wide range of activities such as boating, fishing, and swimming. 

We’ve compiled this list of websites that offer more information about lake access. This is a work in progress, so if you find out information about access that we’ve not included below, please let us know!

Town of Georgina

Find out more about the Town of Georgina’s boating, beaches and fishing opportunities on Lake Simcoe.

City of Barrie

Barrie’s beaches offer opportunities to beat the summer hea​t on the shores of beautiful Kempenfelt Bay.

Town of Innisfil

Innisfil offers a few different locations to access Lake Simcoe for swimming, boating, fishing and winter recreation.

Brock Township​

​Find out more about Brock Township’s parks, including the beautiful Beaverton Harbour Park.

Provincial Parks

Looking for information about our conservation areas. Cick here​!

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