Due to COVID-19, some operations have changed at Innisfil Beach Park:
- Park hours are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. All visitors and vehicles must exit the park before gates are locked at 9:01 p.m. No overnight parking.
- No outdoor cooking or fires of any kind permitted
- Dogs are temporarily permitted at Innisfil Beach Park on weekends and statutory holidays during the park’s operational hours. Dogs must be leashed at all times, and are not permitted on beaches/sports fields or within 15 metres of the water’s edge.
- No motorized vehicles
- No alcohol or smoking (hookah pipes, cigarettes, marijuana) is permitted within the park
- No littering
Any activity deemed to be inappropriate or hazardous to public safety, as determined in the discretion of staff members or agents working on behalf of the Town, will not be tolerated. Contravention of these rules is an offence under Town By-Law 039-16 and may result in prosecution.
If you spot anything of concern please call 705-436-3710 and leave a message for our Community Standards Officers who will respond as fast as they can.
Starting May 21, parking at Innisfil Beach Park will be reserved for residents only. A staff-controlled parking gate will be installed at the entrance of Innisfil Beach Park to safely regulate access to the park and boat launch on weekends until June 27, at which time it will be controlled seven days a week until September 6. Resident parking passes from 2020 will continue to be valid until 2022.
Innisfil Beach Park provides access to Lake Simcoe for swimming, boating, fishing and winter recreation. The park covers 27.6 hectares (68 acres). We want to make sure everyone knows the rules and has a fun, safe visit to the park. Let’s work together to make sure everyone enjoys and respects the beach. Take a virtual tour or get directions to Innisfil Beach Park.