|Things to do around Oakwood
The Oakwood Resort is conveniently accessible to a wide variety of area attractions, including the Huron County Playhouse, parachuting lessons, extreme water sports, horseback riding, fishing and boat charters, the Grand Bend Motorplex, Lambton Heritage Museum and the Pinery Provincial Park, with miles of beach and groomed hiking trails.
|Miles Of Soft White Sandy Beach
Sunbathing guests can enjoy our private beach or continue along the water's edge to Grand Bend's Main Beach. Here you can find your spot in the crowd or join in the many activities held right on the sand throughout the year.
Grand Bend, Just One Minute Away
There's the famous night life of this nearby community, fine dining & shopping, long weekend fireworks & concerts.
Grand Bend Motorplex
Just 5 minutes away is this revitalized Dragway Park, geared for the whole family! Races every weekend with concerts on the long weekends (seasonal).
Huron Country Playhouse
Located in a picturesque country setting, just minutes from Grand Bend on the shores of Lake Huron, the century-old Playhouse Barn and the intimate Playhouse II are perfect spots for a truly unforgettable summer theatre experience.
||Extreme Water Sports
Rental of Sea Doos and other water activities. Please call 519-238-5816 for info.
Fishing & Boat Charters
Are available during all fishing seasons. If fishing isn't what you're looking for, there's also private or group picnic boat cruises.
Grand Bend Sport Parachuting Centre
Experience freefall on your first jump with two instructors! Skydiving 7 days a week March through October (weather permitting) for beginner and experienced jumpers.
Pinery Provincial Park, 15 minutes away
Early each spring, usually in March, you can view a spectacular phenomenon when tens of thousands of Trumpeter Tundra Swans use the area as a resting stop before continuing their annual migration north to the arctic. An amazing sight not only to behold, but also to hear! Part of a unique ecosystem, the Pinery is known to host over 300 bird and butterfly species.
The forest itself is part of the Carolinian Oak Savannah complete with informative hiking
trails with some having special access for the handicapped. There's also canoeing, beaches,
a visitor's centre, picnic areas, occasional slide shows and short seminars from a variety
The Pinery also boasts some the of the best groomed cross-country skiing trails in the province. Tel: 519-243-2220.