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Connecting Communities through Trail CompletionUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
The Lambton County Regional Trails Committee is working to connect all of Lambton County communities via a trail system.  Currently our trail partners are trying to connect to the Trans Canada Trail System.
International Cycling Loop via Sombra and Walpole Island FerriesUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
The Lambton County Regional Trails Committee is interested in cross-promoting trails in Michigan and Ontario by encouraging cycling between our countries using the Sombra and Walpole Island ferry systems.
Connecting with Nature through GeocachingUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
The Lambton County Regional Trails Committee received funding from Union Gas to provide GPS units for exploring local trails. Geocaching is a type of high tech scavenger hunt that lets residents search for one of hundreds of "caches" that have been hidden throughout Lambton County.   Cache locations can be downloaded for free from http://www.geocaching.com/ and Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) units are used to find the cache.
 
GPS units can be borrowed (for Free) for a one week period at one of several trail partner locations. Photo identification is required to book a GPS unit at one of the following locations:
 
  • Lambton Shores Nature Trails Volunteer Committee: Northville Municipal Office, 9575 Port Franks Rd., RR#1 Thedford, 519-243-1400
  • Oil Springs Garden and Trail Committee: Oil Springs Municipal Office, 4591 Oil Springs Line, Oil Springs, 519-834-2939
  • St. Clair River Trail: Mooretown Library at Moore Sports Complex, 1166 Emily St. Mooretown, 519-867-2823
  • Bluewater Trails (Sarnia): via Lambton Public Health, 150 North Christina Street, 2nd Floor, 519-344-2062 ext 2111, toll free 1-800-387-2882
  • Plympton-Wyoming Trails Group: 546 Niagara St., Wyoming, 519-845-3939
Plympton Wyoming Trail east of MandauminUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
In 2016, 4 km of a former rail corridor was resurfaced from Mandaumin to Camlachie.
Health Benefits of TrailsUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
The Lambton County Regional Trail Committee wants our community to know about the physical, mental, environmental and social benefits of trails.  Watch a brief video from Last Child In the Woods Author Richard Louv and you will be inspired to connect to a trail near you.
 
 
If you are interested in more information on how walking on trails or in green spaces can improve your mental health go to www.moodwalks.ca
Waterfront Regeneration Trust PartnershipUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
The Lambton County Regional Trails system is now part of the Great Lake waterfront trail systems;with the Waterfront Regeneration Trust (WRT). The Waterfront Regeneration Trust Waterfront Trail is a 1400 km route that connects 68 Ontario Communities. The Waterfront Trail follows the St. Lawrence River to three of Ontario's Great Lakes (Huron, Ontario, Erie) and other national and international trails.  It is a celebration of nature and culture connecting 405 parks and natural areas including wetlands, beaches, forests, three UNESCO Biospheres, heritage sites and villages and 3 popular wine regions.
 
For more information on the Waterfront Trail visits www.waterfronttrail.org


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