Weekend Beach Report for Aug. 3-5
NIAGARA – Beaches are posted unsafe/closed when water tests show unacceptable levels of E. Coli bacteria.
The beach might also be unsafe because of floating debris, oil, excessive weed growth, bad odours and general turbidity.
Swimming in these waters could cause infections of the ear, eye, nose, throat and skin as well as cause diarrhea if the water is ingested.
Beach Status for Aug. 3, 2013
Open Bay Beach (Crystal) Fort Erie
Open Bernard Avenue Beach Fort Erie
Open Crescent Beach Fort Erie
Open Waverly Beach Fort Erie
Open Windmill Point Park Quarry Beach Fort Erie
Open Fifty Point Conservation Beach Grimsby
Open Grimsby Beach Grimsby
Posted Nelles Beach Grimsby
Open Charles Daley Park East Lincoln
Open Charles Daley Park West Lincoln
Open Queens Royal Beach Niagara-on-the-Lake
Posted Humberstone Centennial Park Beach Port Colborne
Open Nickel Beach Port Colborne
Open Sherkston Elco Port Colborne
Open Sherkston Quarry Beach Port Colborne
Open Sherkston Wyldewood Beach Port Colborne
Posted Jones Beach St. Catharines
Open Lakeside Beach St. Catharines
Posted Municipal Beach St. Catharines
Open Bellview Beach Wainfleet
Open Chippawa Conservation Beach Wainfleet
Open Long Beach Conservation East Wainfleet
Open Long Beach Conservation West Wainfleet
Open Long Beach Wainfleet
Open Wainfleet Lake Erie Public Access Beach Wainfleet
Beach results are available May to August each year.
Beach not listed? Niagara Region only tests the public beaches listed above.
For more information, visit the Niagara Region’s Beach Water Testing Results site HERE. To check the weather for this weekend, click HERE.
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