Places to stay in Wallaceburg, Ontario
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Wallaceburg is a community located in the municipality of Chatham-Kent in Southern Ontario. In more recent years the town was known for its glass making industry. For that reason many people around the country referred to Wallaceburg as the “Glass town of Canada." Places to eat in the region include River's Edge Grillhouse & Bar, 2317876 Ontario Inc, Chuck's On Dufferin, and The Black Sheep Pub & Bistro Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the community, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Wallaceburg is located close to Charing Cross, Klondike Hill, Haggerty Creek, High Park and Eberts.
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- Longitude: -82°23'17.710
- Latitude: 42°35'33.520
Things to see and do
Municipality Of Chatham-Kent Wallaceburg Pool
Located at 303 Lorne. As one of two indoor pool facilities operated by the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, the Wallaceburg Sydenham Pool offers a complete range of programs from swimming lessons to Aquafit classes.
Chatham Granite Club
Located at 41 William Street North. The Chatham Granite Club has five sheets of great curling ice plus change rooms with lockers all located on the main level of the facility. There is a licensed lounge facility, including a fully equipped kitchen, upstairs. The lounge is air conditioned and available for summer rental for functions such as business meetings, showers, wedding, parties, etc. The Chatham Granite Club operates a fully stocked pro shop for all your curling equipment needs. Our curling season runs from mid-October to the end of March. We have a wide variety of memberships available. The facility is well used by local elementary and secondary schools that bring their students in to curl as part of their physical education program. There are also boys and girls teams that compete in a league that runs several times a week at the Club. The Chatham Granite Club is active within the community as well by hosting charity bonspiels and contributing to the local physician recruitment and retention campaign.
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