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Beach Data Swim Season Levels
Beach Name
Date
Site1
Site2
Site3
Site4
Site5
Geo Mean
Sunset Beach 1998-06-08 10 10 10 10 10 10
Amberley Beach 1998-06-01 140 30 20 40 10 32
Ashfield Township Park Beach 1998-06-01 10 20 10 10 60 16
Black's Point 1998-06-01 80 90 70 50 60 69
Goderich St. Christopher's Beach 1998-06-01 10 70 70 140 30 46
Goderich Main 1998-06-01 10 50 50 400 80 60
Goderich Rotary Cove 1998-06-01 80 90 50 50 80 68
Hay Township Park 1998-06-01 20 10 20 10 10 13
Howard Street Beach 1998-06-01 90 60 10 70 90 51
Pier Beach 1998-06-01 80 70 50 80 100 74
Port Albert 1998-06-01 60 100 360 40 180 109
Port Blake 1998-06-01 20 60 40 20 30 31
St. Joseph's Beach 1998-06-01 30 30 30 70 90 44
Sunset Beach 1998-06-01 20 50 40 40 40 36
Goderich St. Christopher's Beach   40 10 30 10 8 15.72
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Notes

- Pier Beach was formerly called Bayfield Main Beach.

- Howard Street Beach was formerly called Bayfield South Beach.

Data Source

Huron Perth Public Health

Measurement and Limitations

The Huron Perth Public Health tests the water for E. coli at public beaches in Huron County. Water is constantly moving at the beach so a single water sample does not do a good job of describing the water quality for the entire beach. There are five water samples taken at each beach on a testing day. The results from these five water samples are combined using the geomean calculation to give a composite result for the beach. See the Huron Perth Public Health website for more information on the beach water quality testing.

If there is an 'R' at the end of any of the beach names, it is referring to a sample taken in the nearby river.

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