The Lynn Valley Trail Association would like to thank Harold Pepper and Sons Ltd. for donating stone, filling and grading a large depression at the Blueline parking lot. Pictured here are Darren, Brad and Jim. Thanks Guys – much appreciated!
In June 2017, the LVTA was honoured to install a new Memorial bench halfway between the Prospect entrance and St. John’s road. The bench sits in a lovely location looking over the Lynn River, in honour of Ed Laforme, husband to Leola, Father to Alex and Robin and grandfather to Olivia, Zayda, Parker and Maggie. The […]
The Lambton Shores Nature Trails has recently launched a website, geared towards youth, that makes learning about Nature, Wildlife and Hiking fun! Please check it out at http://www.discoverthetrails.ca/
The G2G Rail Trail is a 127km former railway that runs all the way from Guelph to Goderich. The trail is currently open to hikers and some sections (such as the Kissing Bridge Trailway and the Goderich to Auburn Rail Trail on the other end) are open to cyclists. In order to fully open the […]
On May 17, 2016, Carolyn and Wayne Gamble honoured their son, Spencer, with a new memorial bench installed on the Lynn Valley Trail across from Kelly Pond, just west of Prospect Street in Port Dover. The Gamble’s are pictured here with the installation crew, Scott Fletcher, Colin Titley, and Paul Beischlag.
Students from Holy Trinity, along with their teacher, were spotted cleaning up the Simcoe end of the Trail, as part of their Earth Day activities. Celebrated every year on April 22, Earth Day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
The LVTA recently completed “bushing” the entire trail (approx. 20 km when you count both sides) thanks to Dan, Scott, Willy Misner and some moral support from Paul. Thanks also to Mark Boerkamp, Norfolk County, for providing this service.