" A wonderful, relaxing getaway. Golf, tennis, hiking and canoeing in The Pinery. Thank you for the warm hospitality and good food."
Ontario's West Coast offers countless hiking opportunities. Huron County offers trail enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels a variety of terrains from natural paths to
partially paved routes. Come and explore! Ask us for Ontario's West Coast Hiking Guide and Cycling Guide. Â Each trail in the guide is numbered as to level of difficulty.
Level 1-easy, for family with young children
Level 2-moderate, wear comfortable and sturdy shoes
Level 3-some hills, natural path
Level 4-hilly, for more experienced hikers
South Huron TrailMobileÂ Â is intended to make the SouthHuron Trail accessible to individuals and groups who would not otherwise be able to enjoy the beauty of the trail because of physical mobility challenges. Eligible individuals can book a time for a ride on the trail by calling the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authorityâ€™s Administration Centre office during normal working hours: Monday â€“ Friday, 8:30 a.m. â€“ 4 p.m. Call the ABCA at 519â€“235â€“2610 orÂ 1â€“888â€“286â€“2610 to book your ride.
Our area offers two types of bicycle routes; those suited for both road and all-terrain bicycles; and those with conditions suited specifically for the all-terrain cyclist. Contact 519-524-8394 ext 3 or email email@example.com for your free cycling guide.
Canoeing on the river in the Pinery Provincial Park (rentals available)
Ample bird watching opportunities in many natural areas, parks and hiking trails.
Our area offers a host of fishing opportunities both off the pier and in the rivers in Grand Bend, Bayfield and Goderich. Stocked farm fish ponds are also located in our area. Contact 519-524-8394 ext 3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for your free fishing guide.
The waters and winds of Lake Huron offers windsurfers ample opportunities. Bring your own windsurfer.
Seadooing is not permitted at Brentwood on the Beach but rental opportunities are available in Grand Bend.
Pinery Provincial Park
A six thousand acre park with hiking, cycling, canoeing, bird watching and swimming.