Paid Parking is in Effect from May 15 to September 15 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Each Day.
Seasonal passes are $50.00 per vehicle, plus applicable taxes. Seasonal passes are valid for two vehicles from the same household, but can only be used on one vehicle at a time. Vehicle ownership will be required to prove same household. Passes can be purchased at Town Hall, Bluewater Park Campground, Sauble Beach Information Centre, Fretz Valu Mart and Lakeside Home Hardware.
Weekly passes are $30.00 per vehicle and are avaiable from the Paid Parking machines.
Paid Parking on Lakeshore Boulevard is $3.00 per hour to a maximum of $15.00 per day. Paid Parking on Lakeshore Boulevard (west side only) extends from Municipal Lot 2 (across from Lobbies) to Sauble Falls Road.
Paid Parking in Municipal Lots 1, 2 and 5 is $3.00 per hour to a maximum of $15.00 per day.
Paid Parking on Second Avenue North is $2.00 per hour to a maximum of $10.00 per day, from Paisley Lane to Sixth Street North (east side only).
Wiarton Boat Launch (Lot 4) and Sauble Beach Boat Launch (Lot 3) are part of Paid Parking and are open from April 1 to September 30 from 3:00 am until 6:00 pm each day. A rate of $3.00 per hour to a maximum of $15.00 per day applies. Seasonal passes are accepted in these lots.
Please use designated areas for buses and oversized vehicles.
Paid Parking Machines currently accept monetary bills, toonies, loonies, quarters, Visa and MasterCard. Please use exact change only.
|Monitor Public Beaches and Recent Test Results||Before Using a Beach... |
Check the following to make sure it is safe:
Has there been heavy rain in the last 24 to 48 hours?
If so, bacterial levels will be higher and swimming is not recommended.
Is the water cloudy?
If you can't see your feet at adult's waist depth, bacterial levels may be higher and swimming is not recommended.
Are the waves and currents safe?
Rip currents, undertows and heavy wave action increase risk to swimmers.
Are there any other problems with the beach?
Large numbers of waterfowl, dead fish, algae/scum, dangerous debris, Municipal or Health Unit warnings/postings all indicate increased health risk