Nice area to take in the country side or ride some trails
CYCLING AND MOUNTAIN BIKING
Sydenham River supports an incredible variety of aquatic life. At least 82 species of fish and 34 species of freshwater mussels have been found here, making it one of the most species-rich watersheds in all of Canada. Several species in the Sydenham River are found nowhere else in Canada, and some remain at only a few locations globally. Some mussels and reptiles which live in and around the Sydenham River are nationally and provincially Species at Risk. The Sydenham River is a river in Kent County, Lambton County and Middlesex County in southwestern Ontario, Canada, flowing southwest from its source west of London, Ontario and emptying into Lake Saint Clair. The length of the river is 165 kilometres (103 mi) and it drains a watershed of approximately 2,700 square kilometres (1,000 sq mi). The river flows through the towns of Strathroy and Wallaceburg. It was named after Lord Sydenham, governor of Canada from 1839 to 1841. Unusual concretions, composed of calcite, can be found near this river. These are known as "kettles" because they resemble the bottom of a large kettle. The river is a 100 feet wide on average. If you love to fish, nature watching, kayaking, canoeing, it is very private and quite.
Bring your machine out to the country trails, dirt roads paved roads great scenery
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Kayak sales and rentals
This place is a great spot for people who love nature nature and history.
It is 2 acres with 300' of river frontage.
The Sydenham River in Southwestern Ontario is the only major watershed which lies completely in the Carolinian Life Zone and is relatively undisturbed by development. This has made the river a biological treasure.
You can find rare and endangered species here. The fishing and canoe/kayaking is a unique experience. ( boat and kayak rentals are available.)