What? Where Is Mitchell’s Bay?
I’ve decided to introduce Mitchell’s Bay, Ontario to people who may not have had the pleasure in visiting.
Mitchell's Bay is a small community of about 350 year-round residents located on the east shore of beautiful Lake St. Clair. Mitchell’s Bay residents welcome all to their village and it really shows through their community engagements and improvements. Residents take pride in what they have created.
Hands down, a fun-filled vacation for all the family or a girl’s weekend get away is a must. With a great playground designed for all ages, soft sand, a splash pad, green open spaces for picnics and warm, shallow waters, the bay has it all. Take a moment to explore available cottages and such at https://www.mitchellsbay.com/index.php?page=House-Cottage-Rentals or https://www.airbnb.ca/mitchells-bay-canada/stays
You can walk along the Memorial Park Trail and the South Lakeshore Trail, which has amazing views along the boardwalk and observation area. The sculpture artworks along the South Lakeshore Trails adds to your hike with a must take Instagram photo in the Flintstone car. You can stay for a tasty dinner at Parkside Restaurant or Bob n' Buoys Bar & Boil and enjoy one of the finest sunsets you're ever likely to see, with views of the Detroit skyline in the distance.
Not into a girl’s weekend … maybe it’s a water weekend …
Mitchell's Bay offers fishing year-round. In the bay, you will find several boat launches and tackle shops to ensure a relaxing day on the water. There is plenty of lodging for overnight fishing trips and the Mitchell's Bay Marine Park is perfect for camping. In the winter, ice fishing is an amazing sight with huts visible all along the bay's frozen ice. In July, enjoy the Antique Car, Truck, Tractor and Bike Show, while you can take part in the annual Canadian Tire Mitchell's Bay Open.
Regardless of a day trip, weekend or an extended period of time, the bay is the place to be. Do not forget to stop by A Beach Affair at 20 Main St. (attached to Bob n Buoys) and say hi.
Proud resident of Mitchell’s Bay, Ontario