Innisfil, ON – With the warmer weather approaching, the Town of Innisfil is preparing for beach season at Innisfil Beach Park (IBP).

Residents of Innisfil will continue to park for free at IBP when displaying a valid 2020 resident parking pass. Lot D is reserved for residents only. New passes for 2022 will not be issued at this time as the town explores a new digital parking solution. The other parking lots at IBP will be open for paid visitor parking.

“We know how important access to the beaches in Innisfil is for town residents and that’s why we are not only providing free parking for residents, but also dedicated parking lots with a valid displayed Town of Innisfil parking pass,” says Nicole Bowman, Director of Operations at the Town of Innisfil.

The following parking lots remain resident-only with a valid displayed parking pass:

  • 9th Line Road End
  • 10th Line Park
  • 12th/Mapleview Line Park and Lot
  • 30th Sideroad North Road End and Dock
  • Belle Ewart Park

The Shore Acres (Neilly) Lot and Guest Road Lot are also available for free parking for residents but also available for visitor paid parking.

A resident parking pass gives you free parking access to specific parking lots in Town. You can pick up a resident parking pass at Town Hall located at 2101 Innisfil Beach Rd. Town Hall is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

You will need to provide proof of your Innisfil address to pick up your pass (e.g. driver's licence or utility bill). If you need more than two passes, please bring proof of vehicle ownership or insurance for each vehicle.

The Town of Innisfil will also add a beach wheelchair at IBP to create more accessibility to the water in addition to the existing Mobi-Mat. Details on how the wheelchair can be booked will be shared in the coming weeks.

For more information visit our Beaches and Boating page