"For all those people finding it difficult at the moment, the sun will shine on you again and the clouds will go away."
― Captain Tom Moore, WWII
2021 marks our 10th Anniversary and we have created a set of four commemorative stitched patches to mark the occasion.
We chose to highlight some scenic and memorable locations:
The commemorative set is available for a $20 donation. Please contact Linda Attard firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-243-1596
2021 Memberships are now available for $15 per person or $25 per family. Our business partners have special offers for LSNT Members. Make sure to show your membership card.
Note: Purchase your membership early and get a longer time to take advantage of our partner specials. Some offers may change seasonally.
Hike all 7 Nature Trails in Lambton Shores & Vicinity and correctly answer each question to receive your FREE badge!
Two benches have been installed at the back of the Forest Dunes property. This will give hikers a place to rest at the halfway point without having to sit on the ground with all the ticks!
Because the site was 3 km from the parking area on Outer Drive, we choseto float the lumber across Mud Creek, a successful first time experience!
A small crew of volunteers installed a fence and signs in the Ipperwash Dunes & Swales to officially close a side trail and reduce the fragmentation of the forest. Hikers wishing to access the trail network from Ipperwash Rd can either use Clemens Line or the entrance just west of the Carolinian Campground. For more information, click on the button below.
Special thanks to the volunteers who came out to build a retainer wall at the back of the Ausable River Cut Conservation Area. This work will help slow the erosion around the bench at the top of the dune. Hikers will continue to have the opportunity to access one of the highest vantage points in Lambton County.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Wilma, Marja, Martin, Kelso and Maitland for cleaning up the old dump off Clemens Line in Ipperwash. 12 bags of trash were collected and will be disposed of properly. Their dedication to making our community a better place is very much appreciated!
We are pleased to announce the completion of the trailhead structures in Forest and at the Port Franks Community Centre. We want to thank everyone who helped make this a reality! Come out and enjoy the trails in the area.
Please consider donating to these community beautification projects. For donations over $300, a coloured leaf with your name and a brief comment will be added to the 'Donor Recognition Tree' featured on the side-panel at either of the trailheads.