Situated in southern Ontario along Lake St. Clair, Lakeshore enjoys a temperate climate year round with more than 200 growing days. Lakeshore's affordable lakefront community enjoys over 35 km of waterfront, low taxes, a high quality of life and competitive labour costs. The 401 disects Lakeshore with 5 exits within the municipality.
Whether you want to live on the water, in our urban Belle River community, upscale Russell Woods, rural communities of Woodslee or Comber, french communities of Stoney Point (Pointe aux Roches) or St. Joachim, or our unique community of Lighthouse Cove where every home has waterfront and lake access we have a home that suits your needs - affordably.
Enjoy boating? Lakeshore's Belle River Marinais full service deep water marina with 260 seasonal and transient docks. Lakeshore boasts several other marinas along our waterfront.
Enjoy sports? A short drive to Detroit brings you professional NHL hockey, NFL football, MLB baseball and NBA basketball.
Enjoy theatre? Concerts? A wide variety of venues to enjoy satisfying every taste.
Love to Golf? There are 24 courses in Essex County/Windsor region and with our weather you can golf 9 months or more.
This region is at the heart of the richest consumer market in the world as more than 50% of the North American population is within a day's drive. There are 4.5 million people in the adjacent areas of Detroit and south-east Michigan and the trade corridor handles 1/3 of US-Canada trade. The busiest commercial border crossing with $500 million in daily trade.
Lakeshore's Belle River Community currently has a Community Improvement Plan (CIP) which offers various opportunities and incentives to business owners including grants and grant-backs for various charges and exemptions from fees.
Date edited: 11/17/2017