N 44°37'52" W 081°16'16"
Sauble Beach is named for the french word 'sable' or sand and is literally seven and a half miles of soft white sand and beautiful to see. The second longest freshwater beach in the world the water is clear and shallow for miles, like most of Lake Huron. You don't want to bother during the actual summer season. No free parking anywhere, and huge signs full of rules that are only applicable by the season. No Dogs, vile heathens. No way you're guerrilla camping, then, Come Labor day it all goes away and Sauble beach becomes magical by contrast. Thats when you should visit. you could call it my love hate relationship. check out the the nearby Sauble Falls as well if you get the chance. There are other small beaches in the area as well, like Oliphant, pictured here as well. watching the sunset. white white sand between your toes, waves at your ankles and a dog by your side...enjoy it the way it meant to be enjoyed, During the off season.
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