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After stopping in Port Colbourne for lunch at Minor's Fisheries, we drove over to Crystal Beach. Imagine our surprise coming upon an entirely different, much upgraded beachfront. There will now be an small entrance fee, new restrooms and new picnic areas. A large kiddie play...More
This is the most amazing beach I have ever seen within 1000 kms of Toronto. I visited again today (April 28) to check out the progress on the New Bay Beach area. World Class!! I cannot wait until summer so I can chill out on...More
Crystal Beach has always been a wonderful place to visit. Years ago there was a major amusement park and with it brought thousands of visits per day. The town has and still is been going through a revitalization.
There are a number of quality sit...More
I had never even heard of Crystal beach until a year ago and now I find myself going there in all seasons. It has sweet little cottages, large beach houses and a full time community there now, but it still has the heart of a...More
She was trying to close early on New Year’s Eve, but she just couldn’t turn strangers away (us), nor regulars. 90 minutes after “closing time”, the place was full, and the locals were having a great time giving us the lowdown on the area, making...More
What a fun little town full of cottages and ice cream shops. When we were there the main entrance to the public beach was under construction which was annoying but it will be nice to visit next year to see the end result of the...More
This beach is enjoyable but quite crowded. We drove here from Oshawa and had a nice picnic just west of the main beach area. We were able to find street parking, about 5 minute walk to the actual beach front. Sand is nice, water was...More
Response from Meggie1975 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are a few parking areas right near the various access points to the public beach. If you park at the public beach lots you literally are directly across the street. I think the fees. Art but it’s about $10/day. As... More
Yes there are a few parking areas right near the various access points to the public beach. If you park at the public beach lots you literally are directly across the street. I think the fees. Art but it’s about $10/day. As for street parking, I know they’re changing what shades people can park on. I’m not sure if they plan to eventually charge for street parking but for now it’s free and if you park on any of the streets ending in “wood” you’ll be close to the beach.
Response from GalleyAmanda | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I believe there is street parking (on Cambridge) and depending on where the house is located on Cambridge West they can also park in the beach lot or on Erie Rd. I think the beach lot free during the week and paid on... More
Yes, I believe there is street parking (on Cambridge) and depending on where the house is located on Cambridge West they can also park in the beach lot or on Erie Rd. I think the beach lot free during the week and paid on the weekends when the beach is very busy. Cambridge is very central, good choice! You’ll be close to a good restaurant called SouthCoast Cookhouse and near a couple of bars - all easily walk-able.