Beaches and Waterfront

Please note that Grimsby Beach has been seeing very high volumes of visitors for beach visitors and general tourists.  For information about this location - please visit the Grimsby Beach webpage.

The Town of Grimsby has several community beach and lakefront parks for residents and visitors to enjoy.


Our beach and water front areas do not have marked, designated swimming areas and there is no supervision provided at any of our beachfront areas.  

Beach areas are seeing high volumes of visitors, we ask that visitors keep their time brief in the parks, and that you choose other locations if the beach is busy.  It is recommended to generally avoid peak times (afternoons).

Beach Water Testing

There are currently 3 beachfront parks in Grimsby that have beach water testing completed by the Niagara Region Public Health Unit.  These parks are:

  • Casablanca Beach Park  (sections of this park are currently undergoing improvements and will be closed until Spring/Summer 2024)
  • Nelles Beach Park
  • Fifty Point Conservation Area (operated by Hamilton Conservation Authority).  

For information and results of beach water testing, visit the Niagara Region website.  

Park Use

These spaces are considered park areas.  Please observe the following park rules:

  • parking is only permitted in designated areas
  • alcohol is not permitted
  • open fires are not permitted
  • these spaces are open during daylight hours only
  • dogs must be kept on a leash at all times
  • smoking is not permitted in any areas of the park
  • many parks do not have washroom facilities on site - please plan accordingly

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