COVID-19 PUBLIC NOTICE
County of Lambton managed lands and trails are important during the COVID-19 restrictions for both mental and physical health.
These areas continue to remain open to the public so long as social distancing and proper hygiene practices are observed, as set out by the Lambton County Medical Officer of Health and the Province of Ontario:
- Stay 2 metres apart from each other.
- Avoid crowds and socializing with others in public spaces.
- Bring your own supplies to practice proper hand washing and sanitizing.
COVID-19 virus can be passed between people, even if you are outside. Please act responsibly while enjoying these spaces.
For more information on social and physical distancing, visit lambtonpublichealth.ca.
Thank you for your cooperation.
The County of Lambton and the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority have developed land management plans for several county-owned parcels of land.
The County-owned parcels referenced in the Master Agreement are:
- Bowens Creek Lands: 380.1 Ac. (153.8 ha.)
- Lambton County Heritage Forest: 586.3 Ac. (237.3 ha.)
- Marthaville Habitat Management Area: 50 Ac. (20.2 ha.)
- Moore Landfill Buffer Lands: 100 Ac. (40.5 ha.)
- Perch Creek Habitat Management Area: 200 Ac. (80.9 ha.)
- Peter Szabo Memorial Forest: 6.5 Ac. (2.6 ha.)
- Lambton Meadowview Villa: 20.5 Ac.(8.3 ha.)
The management plans found below provide a detailed review of each property including available recreational trails, flora/fauna, and future management activities to encourage their natural development and protection.
The public is welcome to enjoy these wonderful assets but asked to please respect the rights of others as well as the environment within.