Bluewater Golf Course – Bayfield
The beautifully irrigated golf course is a target style course that presents a golfer with a variety of shots during a round. As such, few golfers escape without using all the clubs in their bags, and good control over all aspects of your game is required to score well here. Bluewater’s multiple tee system allows its nine holes to be played almost 400 yards longer on the second nine (6,122 yards total), with the most dramatic difference occurring on the 9th hole which transforms from a 395 yard par four to a 473 yard par five.
Located across the street from Bluewater Shores on HWY 21. Bring your clubs and hit the course, you won’t be dissapointed!
Shop, dine, read a book in the park or hit the beach. Bayfield has it all.
The Harbour Lights Marina offers 250 docking spaces for boats and a repair shop all nearby to the Cottage Colony and dining. Bluewater Marina has earned the Blue Flag designation for its clean and accessible waters. This marina has a public spot for boat launching, picnic tables, and washrooms.
Bayfield’s local festivals, events, and traditions really are at the heart of the warm community. One of the oldest traditions is the Bayfield Fair, put on annually in August by volunteers with the Bayfield Agricultural Society. Residents can look forward to great local food, music, and competitions, as well as a parade and midway
The Port of Goderich has been known nationwide since Victorian times as the ‘Prettiest Town in Canada’. There is much to see and do in this architecturally-rich port town which sits on the bluffs overlooking the shores of Lake Huron.
The town has a rich and colourful history, celebrated in its museums and destinations of historical interest. Goderich is well known for its distinctive downtown, an octagonal core known as The Square, where streets radiate from the centre of town, Courthouse Park.
At the heart of our Downtown is Courthouse Square – a gem of Canadian Heritage Architecture. Courthouse Square features a weekly farmers’ market and outdoor concerts during the summer, specialty shops, and outstanding restaurants and cafes. From Courthouse Square it’s just a short stroll along West Street, a designated heritage district, to our beautiful lakefront.
Grand Bend has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s best beach towns. Just how great is it? Grand Bend’s Main Beach is one of only 27 in Canada to have earned official Blue Flag status for its commitment to strict water quality and safety criteria. Join the crowds on the Main Beach or find a quieter experience on the South Beach.
Grand Bend also features mats to make the beach more accessible to people using wheelchairs or strollers.
Grand Bend Main Street is the center of live entertainment and rocking good times. For many years Grand Bends nightlife was spoken of far and wide. People of all ages remember what a great time they had dancing all night then going for fries at 1:00 am.