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Lighthouse Conservation Area


Lighthouse Conservation Area is a quaint 2.5 acre park at the mouth of the Thames River and Lake St. Clair. It is home to a 200 year old lighthouse — one of the oldest lighthouses in the Great Lakes Region. It was reconstructed after a fire that occurred during the War of 1812. You can now tour this historic area, and stop for a picnic lunch along the shores. Lighthouse Conservation Area is also a popular fishing destination!

Great Lakes Waterfront Trail

This park is on the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail.
Visit the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail website for more information.


Lake Erie


Treaty 2, 1790




19028 Harbour Drive, Tilbury, ON N0P 2L0

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