Wasaga Beach Ontario - Wasaga Beach (variant: Wasaga) is a town in Simcoe County,Ontario, Canada. Nestled along the longest freshwater beach in the world,[2] it is a popular summer tourist destination, situated at the southern end of Georgian Bay, approximately two hours north ofToronto.Wasaga Beach and the surrounding area was originally occupied by the Huron Indians. After the Huron were dispersed in 1650, Algonkian-speaking people moved into the area. The word Nottawasaga is of Algonquin origin. Nottawa means "Iroquois" and Saga means "mouth of the river", and the word "Nottawasaga" was passed along by Algonquin scouts to notify when they saw Iroquois raiding parties approaching.[5]Over two million people visit the town every summer to stroll the shores of the Wasaga'sfreshwater beach (stretching 14 kilometres or 8.7 miles), swim in warm clean waters and enjoy the panoramic mountain views across the bay

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