The quintessential midday, after dinner, sunset traditions here in Wasaga Beach - ice cream. Soft, hard, drizzled, dipped, whipped over and smothered in ooey-gooey goodness. However you ‘lick it’, it’s here for you! Drool over our weekend’s worth of screaming suggestions for Beachers.
Queen Vic loved ice cream. She would have done a jig to get inside the doors of the newest treat place in Wasaga. ‘Sweet Tooth’. This May long weekend enjoy their tasty make-your-own flavour ice cream crusher and the Sweet Tooth café. If you have any allergies or diet restrictions they have an impressive range of sugar-free, gluten-free and peanut-free products. 25 Mosley Street at Beach 1.
Scooped, mixed-in ice cream and frozen yogourt! Wasaga Dairy since 1952 serves premium, certified kosher ice cream made with 100% fresh Canadian milk and cream in a cool shop that has a hip vibe. It might take you a while to choose from their many flavours, toppings and sundaes. Death by Chocolate, Moose Tracks or Black Raspberry Thunder? Perhaps you’ll get a glimpse of Tiger on their mini-golf. Open till 11pm on Saturday! 1056 Mosley Street near Beach 3.
The ultimate starts by having your ice cream blended in front of you on a frozen granite stone. How Canadian! Begin by choosing your size, your flavour and your mix-ins. Tim Horton’s and Cold Stone Creamery even has take-home ice cream. Fill your beach house with smiles! Ice cream cakes, pies, oh so dreamy bars, cookie sandwiches and cupcakes! Did we mention sorbet? 349 Main Street (beside Walmart) and near Beach 1.
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Patti Friday, Photojourno, reporting from inside 'The Art Dept.' at the international 'Embassy of Ideas'. Wasaga Beach, Ontario CANADA - The longest freshwater beach in the world!