Take a drive along Lake Huron and you'll find yourself amazed to discover what Lambton Shores and its network of communities has to offer.
Interspersed with farms, trails, parks, as well as towns and villages with some of the friendliest people you'll meet anywhere, Lambton Shores brings out the best in all of us.
Still, it's not just people you'll run into. An abundance of wildlife, birds, even butterflies, are all sharing the magnificence of the area. The famous Pinery Provincial Park, Lambton Heritage Museum as well as the rotary nature Trail are just some of the things to see and do in the area.
Located in a rustic barn setting, Grand Bend's Huron Country Playhouse will bring theatre lovers to their feet with applause.
The unparalleled recreational opportunities also include the Rock Glen Falls Conservation area, where visitors can enjoy the fossils nature has been working on for millions of years.
You'll want to spend some time at the Kettle Point concretions, one of only two places on the planet (the other being Australia) where a 350 million year old shale outcrop has created spherical "kettles"--for your viewing pleasure, of course.
Nature also abounds all the way along the Lake Huron shoreline, with bird watching a popular year round activity. During the Spring, Arctic tundra swans, also know as whisling swans, have the area mapped out as a stopping point. The land behind the Lambton Heritage Museum is a popular viewing point. Another time-honoured tradition is deer spotting at the Pinery Provicial Park.
Whether it's nature, boating, hiking, shopping or just enjoying everything Lambton Shores has to offer, your visit is bound to be one of many.