The Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is a scenic natural area located about a 30 minute bike ride from downtown Sudbury. Easily accessible by bike, the area offers 2,415 acres (950 hectares) of protected green space. Imagine the remote tranquillity of a wilderness setting, a man-made lake and pond, scenic lookouts, a self-guided nature trail, numerous wetland areas, hiking trails, bird watching areas, and snow shoeing and cross-country ski trails in winter. Our trails can be biked on all year round on a fat bike, gravel bike or mountain bike. A popular biking route that runs through the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area, along a section of the Great Trail, is the Lake Ramsey circle route. The Lake Laurentian Conservation Area offers the photographer, nature watcher, and recreationist boundless opportunity to experience the wilds.
We pride ourselves on our clean, well-equipped cottages and friendly service. We offer a tranquil, spacious setting for your vacation. The Rosewood Vacation House is like a home away from home. We’re on the Saugeen River, in Southampton, on the Lake Huron Bruce Peninsula shore. You’ll find plenty of sandy beach to enjoy nearby, several scenic bike trails, plus picturesque architecture and a quaint downtown in what has been called “The Oldest Port on the Bruce Coast”. If you are interested in the more adventurous pursuit of canoeing and kayaking, you’ll enjoy the Saugeen. There are events on a regular basis, weekly activities, fishing, golf, outdoor concerts, art, history, classic cars, shopping, tennis, old fashioned market and much, much more. The Bruce County Museum & Archives, and the Southampton Art school are things to see. Experience a Pow Wow with the Saugeen First Nation and partake of the scenic view from the stone amphitheatre. There is so much here to see and do for everyone.