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Saugeen Shores is a municipality located in the Canadian province of Ontario. It is situated on the shores of Lake Huron, in the county of Bruce. The municipality was formed in 1999, through the amalgamation of the towns of Southampton and Port Elgin, and the village of Tiverton. The municipality covers an area of approximately 86 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 13,000 people. The towns of Southampton and Port Elgin are the largest communities within the municipality.

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Top Things To Do In Saugeen Shores

There are several things to do in Saugeen Shores, including:

  1. Beach-going: Saugeen Shores is home to several beautiful beaches, such as Sauble Beach and Port Elgin Beach, which are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and beach volleyball.
  2. Fishing: The region is home to several lakes and rivers that offer excellent fishing opportunities, such as Lake Huron, the Saugeen River, and the Saugeen River Mouth Conservation Area.
  3. Boating and Sailing: The area is home to several marinas and boat launches, such as the Port Elgin Marina, which provides access to Lake Huron and the Saugeen River for boating and sailing enthusiasts.
  4. Hiking and Biking: The area is home to several well-maintained hiking and biking trails, such as the Bruce Trail, which offer scenic views of the region.
  5. Visit Chantry Island: Chantry Island is a small island located in Lake Huron, which is home to a lighthouse and the Chantry Island Lighthouse Preservation Society Museum. Visitors can take a tour of the island and lighthouse and learn about the island's history.
  6. Visit the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre: The museum is a great place to learn about the history of Saugeen Shores, Bruce County, and the surrounding area, with exhibits on the area's First Nations, early settlers, and local industries.
  7. MacGregor Point Provincial Park: The park offers a wide range of activities, such as hiking, camping, bird watching, and fishing.
  8. Visiting Local Events: Saugeen Shores hosts several events throughout the year, such as the Southampton Farmers' Market, the Celtic Festival, and the Annual Summer Sunset Festival.
  9. Visit Local Wineries and Breweries: The area is home to several wineries and breweries, such as the Cowbell Brewing Co, where you can sample the local produce and learn about the brewing process.
  10. Shopping: Saugeen Shores has a variety of shops, from local boutiques to larger chain stores, and offers a diverse range of products from clothing, souvenirs, and artisanal products to home decor, gifts and hardware.

Schools in Saugeen Shores

Saugeen Shores is served by the Bluewater District School Board and the Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board. Some of the schools in the municipality include:

  1. Southampton Public School: A K-8 school located in the town of Southampton
  2. Port Elgin Saugeen Central School: A K-8 school located in the town of Port Elgin
  3. JDS McIvor Public School: A K-8 school located in the town of Port Elgin
  4. Saint Joseph's Catholic School: A K-8 Catholic school located in the town of Port Elgin
  5. Saugeen District Secondary School: A secondary school located in the town of Port Elgin that serves students in grades 9-12
  6. Holy Family Catholic School: A Catholic elementary school located in the town of Port Elgin that serves students in Kindergarten to 8th grade.
  7. St. Mary's Catholic School: A Catholic elementary school located in the town of Southampton that serves students in Kindergarten to 8th grade.

In addition to these schools, there are also private schools and alternative education options available in the municipality, such as the Bruce Peninsula District School, which is a private school, and the Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board which offers online and home-based learning. The area also has a campus from Georgian College which offers post-secondary education in fields like health, business, technology, and community service.

History Of Saugeen Shores

The history of Saugeen Shores can be traced back to the arrival of the first Indigenous peoples in the region thousands of years ago. The area was initially settled by the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, who lived off the land and the waters of Lake Huron.

European settlers arrived in the area in the early 19th century, and the towns of Southampton and Port Elgin were established in the 1850s. The economy of the region was initially based on agriculture and lumber, but by the late 19th century, tourism began to play an important role in the region's economy. The construction of the railway in the area made it more accessible to visitors, and the region's beautiful beaches and natural scenery made it a popular destination for tourists.

In the early 20th century, the area's economy began to diversify, with the establishment of several small manufacturing businesses. The region also became a popular location for summer cottages, with many wealthy families from Toronto and other urban areas building vacation homes in the area.

In 1999, the towns of Southampton and Port Elgin, and the village of Tiverton were amalgamated to form the municipality of Saugeen Shores. Today, the municipality is known for its beautiful beaches, recreational opportunities, and a strong sense of community. The economy is based largely on tourism and the service sector, but also on agriculture and manufacturing. The municipality has been working in recent years to promote sustainable economic development and to preserve its natural and cultural heritage.

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