Against a backdrop of waterfalls, lush greenery and heritage limestone architecture, the community of St. Marys Ontario provides all the activities for a fulfilling lifestyle. A vibrant downtown lives in the limestone buildings that are St. Marys’ trademarks. Besides the many shops, the St. Marys’ public library is the gathering point for the town’s film society, book clubs, chess clubs and philosophy discussion groups. The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is also located downtown. The Thames river winds through our downtown; bridges and paths allow you to walk or bicycle while watching breath-taking sunsets and small waterfalls. The Grand Trunk Trail is another beautiful walking trail in St. Marys. See the whole town and beyond from the stone viaduct of the Sarnia Bridge, formerly a rail line. Prefer to do your walking with a set of clubs? There are three 18-hole golf courses in and around town. The Wildwood Conservation Centre is a campground with 473 sites and a lake for swimming, boating, sailing and fishing. There’s also a day use area and summer recreation programs. St. Marys celebrates events and festivals year-round, including our Storytelling Festival, Heritage Festival, historic home and garden tours, food and wine tastings and a wide array of shows and auctions. In addition to all these wonderful things about my hometown is the fact that here in St. Marys the folks are just friendly and easy to get along with. We are a caring, safe town.