The canoe/kayak dock at the Ausable Cut Conservation Area has been removed for the winter.
You are invited to attend our annual Nature Appreciation Hike at Ipperwash Dunes & Swales (4.5 km) on October 15, 2016 in conjunction with Lambton Wildlife Inc. We will also be celebrating our 5th Year Anniversary!
Access is at end of Richardson Drive. off East Parkway. Please park in Beach Parking Lot off Ipperwash Rd to avoid congestion along Richardson Dr.
Bring the Children-Grandchildren-Friends to enjoy this ‘Gem of Nature’ ~ A Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) Property ~
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Welcome to Lambton Shores and its communities of Arkona, Forest, Grand Bend, Ipperwash, Northville. Port Franks and Thedford. A 'Destination for Nature Lovers' on the beautiful south-eastern shores of Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada. A network of connected, accessible, safe & user-friendly Nature Trails for walking, hiking, cycling & outdoor enthusiasts!
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We invite you to explore the Nature Trails of Lambton Shores & Vicinity. Enjoy the vistas, the sounds, the smells, the feeling of our community. Come see what nature has to offer - sand dunes, Carolinian Forest, waterfalls, flowers, plants, wildlife and more. There is something new waiting for you to discover!
It is unfortunate that we continue to have vandalism on various trails throughout the region. If you should see motorized vehicles trespassing or any vandalism, please call the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 to report what you have seen (anonymously).
Today LSNT relies on a volunteer base of more than 100. You are invited to become a representative of your community on the Executive Committee, a volunteer on scheduled workdays, a trail hike leader, a 'GREEN' sponsor, a fundraiser, a natural heritage educator, a regular hiker on our wonderful nature trails! Click here to contact us today.
The Ausable River Valley Trail (ABCA Section) is currently CLOSED pending the removal of dead ash trees along the trail.