4.5 based on 354 reviews
The people walking on the beach were the friendliest we have met in a long time. It was clean, cold: off season and didn’t expect anything else. Because of the weather it was beautiful. Had the beach almost completely to ourselves. Wonderful!
4.5 based on 368 reviews
Great camping sites.
I prefer dunes, with hydro please ;)
Facilities are clean and sufficient. Last 12 years never had a line up or issues.
The visitor centre is great!
Trails are nice and several distances to choose from.
The store provides most things you'd need but grocery stores in Grand Bend are close by.
Take time to go canoeing!! Bring your lunch and enjoy the audible river with all it's beauty surroundings.
4 based on 78 reviews
The Market is celebrating it's 50th season! Unique crafted items, clothes, antiques and traditional flea market finds. A farmers market with fresh local produce, baked goods and dried meat products. Lots of entertainment, live music, GREAT food vendors, licensed beer garden and so much more. Open Sundays ONLY 8am-4pm, beginning May 7th,2017 until Thanksgiving, October 8th, 2017. Indoor and outdoor vendors place under the shade of 50yr old oak trees. Open RAIN or SHINE. The canopies of the vendors booths protect the walkways. Lots of FREE Parking! Check our facebook page for events and promotions.
Nice way to spend an afternoon. Entrance fee is $2.00 per person. Lots of parking. Many vendors. There are antiques, crafts, baked goods and fresh vegetables. Other vendors include smoked meats, nuts, candy. Various t-shirts, hats and clothing available as well. There is a licensed...MoreThank you for your review! One little correction though, entrance fee is $1 per person not $2, kids 10 and under are FREE. Hope to see you back again soon!
4.5 based on 24 reviews
First time campers for Mopar Nationals, lots of fun. Great place to camp, close to track. Garbage picked up often. Everyone seemed to be having fun, bicycles, mini bikes, golf carts and all types of r.v's. Good food too.
4 based on 23 reviews
The Lambton Heritage Museum is home to thousands of artifacts, documents and photographs that tell the story of the County of Lambton. At the time of its founding, the Museum displayed just two private collections, but now the extensive 50,000 square foot complex is home to more than 25,000 artifacts and 10,000 photographs depicting the history of Lambton County. At the Lambton Heritage Museum visitors can discover the only horse-drawn ambulance in Ontario, admire local historical views or walk by the steam engine which supported the largest industry in Bosanquet for most of the last century. The museum is home to a diverse collection that ranges from Canada's largest collection of pressed glass to last remaining stump puller produced by the Peterson Foundry in Sarnia. The museum's antique engines and stoves include models not known to survive in any other collection, private or public.
I visited in mid April and not all the exhibits were open for the season yet but I spent a lot of time looking at what was on exhibit inside. Rooms and rooms full of well preserved antiques. From pressed glass to furniture to woodstoves.
Amazing how much industry was once here.
You can go at your own pace. Wide aisles for strollers.
I look forward to seeing the out buildings and what's inside of them another time.
Well worth the trip and would be a good way to spend a rainy day.
Bring a picnic lunch and comfortable shoes !
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Wednesday morning in Grand Bend in the Colonial Hotel parking lot - beside the Beer Store. Great little farmer's market. Lots of homemade bread, squares, tarts. Zelda has her famous spice mixtures and seasoned salt. Lots of fresh vegetables.
I was short on time, but managed to buy some lemon tarts - delish, and some fresh kale.
To my delight, there was even a live band playing!
There's also a variety of fresh flowers, jewellery, and much more. You never know what will be available from one week to the next.
3.5 based on 8 reviews
Within an hour of both Sarnia and London, this family owned store has been open since 1988. Dale's Antique Market offers a unique variety of antiques, collectables, and Mennonite furniture. Antique flea market open every Sunday at 9am from May to October.
We stopped in and checked out Dale's after not having been there in a long time. Surprisingly, we found some really good furniture along with the other items we knew to be there.
As usual there are a bunch of antique items that are very cool as well and I thnk that they have also brought items that compliment their other stuff.
I would recommend going in and sending some time to see what they have. You might find som fun stuff or even furniture that you will ike.
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