Available at all comfort stations, the Park Office, the Wasaga Trail Centre, the Welcome Centre, and specific areas of the Nancy Island Historic site.
A provincial park boat launch can be found in Beach Area 1 at the far east end of the parking lot, and a municipal boat launch is located adjacent to the Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre parking lot.
Canoe launches are located at Schooner Town Heritage Site (off Oxbow Dr.) and at the Wasaga Sports Park (Klondike Park Road).
Comfort stations are located in Beach Areas 1 through 6. Vault privies are available at Allenwood and New Wasaga Beaches. No shower or change facilities are available.
Wasaga Beach is a day-use park and many visitors come for the exceptional beaches.
Flush toilets are located at the Beach Areas 1 through 6 comfort stations, the Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre, and at Wasaga Trail Centre during the winter months.
The Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre has a gift shop that has collectibles, gifts and light snacks.
Small picnic shelters are available in Beach Area 1 on a first-come, first-served basis. NO RESERVATIONS.
Cross-country ski and snowshoe rentals are available during the winter months.
Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are also available for a refundable deposit. PFDs are available at the gatehouses located at Beach Areas 1 through 6. All-terrain wheelchairs are available at the Park Office on a first-come, first-served basis (a refundable deposit is required).
As part of the War of 1812 Bicentennial, a new Welcome Centre was built at Nancy Island Historic Site. Nancy Island has served as a historic site since 1928 and is the most viable and related site to the War of 1812 in Simcoe County and the Georgian Bay Region. It represents a major event during the War of 1812 - HMS Nancy’s August 14, 1814 battle against three American schooners. The island houses the charred hull and artefacts of the HMS Nancy from the pivotal moment in Canadian history. Today, the borders of Canada are a direct result of the valiant struggle of the Nancy and her crew.
The Welcome Centre houses a gift shop, tourist information, washrooms and interpretation relating to both Nancy Island and Wasaga Beach’s rich natural and cultural history.