Nature Trails near Lakeshore, Ontario

Welcome to the Town of Lakeshore!

The Town of Lakeshore was established in 1999 by the amalgamation of the former Town of Belle River and the former Townships of Maidstone, Rochester, Tilbury North and Tilbury West.

Lakeshore involves an area bordered on the north by the shoreline of Lake St. Clair, so the region was among the first in the interior of Canada to be explored and then settled by people of European descent.

One of the fastest growing communities in Ontario, Lakeshore stretches 35 kilometers along the shores of Lake St. Clair. A boater’s paradise and home to world-class sports fishing, Lakeshore boasts six marinas with hundreds of slips for transient and permanent boaters and includes waterfront dining. For family fun, Lakeshore has everything under the sun!

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Situated alongside Lake St. Clair, Ruscom Shores Conservation Area is an attractive natural marshland area with a well-managed trail ideal for some outdoor enjoyment and tranquility.   Ruscom Shores represents one of only two marshes still in existence on Essex...