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Belle River Things to Do


    Belle River is a community in Essex County, Ontario and is located on the south shore of Lake St. Clair. It is a popular jet skiing and boating destination. This weekend, July 18 to 20, 2008, the BIA of Belle River presents SUNSPLASH FESTIVAL 2008. The Classic Cruise is held annually to kick off the beginning of the Festival. Hans and I went and...


    Isabelle and Frank Ladouceur donated the land that is now LADOUCEUR PARK. It is also known as Lion's Park. The 6.59 acre park boasts 3 baseball diamonds, a batting cage and playground equipment. The Park is bounded by St. Peter Street and Belle River Road. Here you will also find the Plaque "The Founding of Belle River" (pic #2) and a wonderful...

  • Sunsplash Festival

    Belle River 16th Annual Sunsplash Festival takes place this (2011) year from Friday July 15 to Sunday July 17.Friday night started off with 10th Annual Sunsplash Classic Car Cruise with over 600 classic cars on display on Notre Dame from the Belle River Bridge all the way to Eleventh Street.There is a huge variety of fantastic free music and...


Belle River Restaurants

  • Cantonese & Czechuan

    The food is ok and not too bad value for money. It does not look very authentic. Szechuan Shrimp $11.95

  • Sushi

    The key to Quick Sushi is the experience of sitting around a circuit of small sushi plates on boats that circulate and you pick up the sushi plates that you want.Be careful, that those plates can add up in cost fairly quickly.Coloured plates tell you how much the item costs. Most plates are blue ($2) for 2 pieces of sushi.You can order off the menu...

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Belle River Shopping

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    by LoriPori Written Apr 18, 2010

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    When you go for a nice Sunday drive along County Road #22 between Emeryville and Belle River, you will see a charming little shop called OLD COUNTRY CUPBOARD. It's like taking a step back in time as the store is filled with quality handmade treasures and hard to find country products. Thousands of items are displayed in the Emeryville store and you can also order things on line.
    You can snap up antique reproduction lamps, candle holders, collectible dolls, embroidered pillows, table runners, hand-painted plates, birdhouses, garden accents and more.
    It's such a cute little place and I'm sure you'll have just as much fun as I did browsing through the store.

    Old Country Cupboard

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Belle River Sports & Outdoors

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    by kris-t Updated Jul 28, 2012

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    Summer fun for kids and adults - a newly designed, state-of-the-art 36 hole Miniature Golf course located in Tecumseh, Ontario.

    This an exciting addition to the family oriented entertainment complex features two 18 hole courses; Pirate Island and Lost Island themes.

    On the Water will feature 15 different cascading waterfalls located throughout the courses, a pirate ship and a 34ft tree house.

    - 36- hole miniature golf on two courses:
    Pirate Island and Lost Island Themes
    - 15 different cascading waterfalls throughout the courses- a pirate ship and 34ft tree house
    - One course (Pirate Island) is fully handicap accessible
    - Ice Cream Stand
    - Animatronics located throughout the courses- moving and talking pirates
    - Future Development: A covered patio that can seat up to 130 people- you're dining experience would be
    very tropical, facing 4 cascading waterfall features that flow into a large illuminated pond

    Equipment: Open Mon. to Sun. - 10:00am to 12:00am

    Note:Hours of operation and course availability may be altered due to weather conditions, fish fly season, special events or birthday parties.

    $9.50 per Adult per18
    $6.50 per Child per18
    Group Rate - $8.00 group rate (25 of more)

    On The Water On The Water On The Water
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    • Family Travel
    • Golf

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    "The settlement of this area began following the survey in 1793 of the lots fronting on the Belle River. Among the early settlers were many French Canadians from the vicinity of the Detroit River. When the Great Western Railway was constructed, 1852-53, a station named Belle River was opened here. By 1855 a steam grist-mill and sawmill had been...


    Located at 504 Notre Dame Street, the ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION - BELLE RIVER - BR. 399 was built in 1922. The Legion Building was once the location of the first High School in Belle River and was named St. James High School, in honor of wealthy philanthropist James Cooper. Today, it is the meeting place of our veterans and also offers light lunches at...


    Located at 304 Rourke Line, the BELLE RIVER DISTRICT COMMUNITY CENTRE is home of the Belle River Canadiens, Junior "C" Hockey Team. The Centre boasts two ice skating rinks.The Centre is also home to the Lakeshore Library.


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