Idyllic surroundings, captivating lifestyle, festive events, live theatre, and much more, have all amused and beguiled residents and visitors for generations. Whether a casual stroll on our beach and scenic boardwalk, an enchanting evening of fine dining in one of our many restaurants, or a relaxed, care free stay in one of our quaint Bed & Breakfasts or motels, the Municipality of Kincardine is a place of endless opportunity.

Our sparkling waters and inviting beaches tell a tale of deeply rooted history, linked to Ontario's rich marine heritage. Stroll several miles of sandy beach, or dabble your feet in the crystal clear waters of Lake Huron. Take an evening to enjoy Kincardine's 3/4 mile long boardwalk where you can take pleasure in our World Famous Sunsets.

The Municipality of Kincardine boasts many treasured amenities waiting to be discovered. Idyllic surroundings, captivating lifestyles, abundant farmland, festive and cultural events, live theatre, and much more which have amused and beguiled residents and visitors for generations.

  • Artful Hands Kincardine
  • Bluewater Summer Playhouse
  • Kincardine Scottish Festival & Highland Games
  • Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band Parades
  • Kincardine Theatre Guild
  • Art Galleries
  • Bruce Power Visitors' Centre
  • Heritage Walking Tours
  • Library- Kincardine & Tiverton Branches
  • Multi-Use Trail System

We are proud to say that Station Beach is a Blue Flag Beach. Blue Flag is a highly respected and recognized international eco-label. Blue Flags are awarded to beaches and marinas that meet strict criteria for water quality, environmental education, environmental management, and safety and services.

Blue Flags are flying at 17 beaches and 4 marinas in Canada. Station Beach has been a part of the Blue Flag program since 2007.

Flying a Blue Flag at Station Beach means that the water quality meets Ontario's regulated standard for more than 80% of the swimming season. If Blue Flag criteria are not met, the Blue Flag must be taken down. Water is sampled from June to Labour Day by the Grey Bruce Public Health Unit.

We are fortunate here at Station Beach to have a dune ecosystem that features rare plant species, protects our beach from storm waves, and helps protect our lake's water quality. Dune ecosystems are among the rarest coastal features on the Great Lakes, representing about 1.5% of it's coastline. Our dunes are sensitive to human disturbances, and if damaged or destroyed will lead to poor beach quality, loss of shore protection value, loss of habitat and contribute to water quality degradation.