Top Auto Glass Visits: Woodbine Beach

Woodbine Beach holds a special place in my heart. The amazing beach is not only one of Toronto’s must-see attractions, but one of the world’s must-see attractions. This beach is completely man-made. Yes, the sand on this beach is placed here by the city of Toronto!

During the summer months, you would be lucky to get a parking spot in any of the designated Green P parking lots. It gets so packed here that people start paying for the premium parking at a ridiculous rate. Once THAT parking lot is full, people just stop caring and will park illegally anywhere they can find.

Even when parking illegally, you may end up having to find a side street somewhere. You can expect to get a parking ticket up to $80 for parking illegally here. Go with a bunch of friends, pool in for the parking violation, and enjoy a beautiful day at the beach.

Woodbine Beach
1675 Lake Shore Blvd E
Toronto, ON
M4L 3W6

Prevent The Need For Auto Glass Repair: Hide Your Valuables

With any densely populated area, there is bound to be a few bad apples in the crowd. It is always advised to hide any valuables in case somebody decides to break into your car. Woodbine beach is not known for break-ins and theft, but it can happen to anyone and it can happen anywhere.

Having your car broken into means you will likely be calling us at Top Auto Glass. We are quick to clean up and install new windows so your car is back to its drivable condition. Luckily, this densely populated parking situation is only during the peak hours of the day so the broad daylight makes it difficult for criminals to break your glass. A trip to Woodbine Beach will not likely result in the need for auto glass repair in Toronto.

Booming Volleyball Community

If you’ve been to Woodbine Beach even once, you’ll have noticed dozens of volleyball courts lined up all along the beach. This is an incredible place to meet new people and play volleyball with people of all skill levels. The Ontario Volleyball Association is responsible for organizing leagues and tournaments for all ages and skill groups.

Also know as Ashbridges Bay, Woodbine Beach has a respectful community of enthusiastic volleyball enthusiasts. On any given day, you can cross paths with news anchors, olympic athletes, and celebrities who are enjoying a stroll along the boardwalk.

Bike Lane

When entering Woodbine Beach, be mindful of the bike path! Treat it like you would any road and look both ways before crossing. People use this path to cross the entire Toronto Waterfront which spans more than 90 km from Niagara to Pickering and beyond.