Wesley, Grand Valley Ontario Prime Location
At the corner of sideroads 21&22, and Concession Road 12, Wesley, Grand Valley is a small, rural community in Ontario a short distance to some fantastic local attractions and amenities. Hop in the car and you are a 20-25 minute drive to a variety of restaurants, dining, and shopping for everything from clothes, to groceries, at places like No Frills, Tim Hortons, Giant Tiger, African Carribean Grocery, and more. Nearby, Luther Dam pours into Luther Lake, which aside from the marsh, features several islands within it. There are a handful of small islands within the lake including Big Island, Esker Island, Hamilton Island, Windmill Island, Stonehouse Island, Mainland’s Island, and Prairie Island. Explore East Bay before heading over to Brakke Dairy Farm. When selling real estate it’s best to go with a local Grand Valley realtor.
History of Wesley Ontario
The Luther Marsh Wildlife Management Area is a diverse biological area of the Grand River watershed. The 5,900-hectare property centres on the 1,400-hectare Luther Lake, created by Luther Dam, built in 1954. Surrounding it are wetlands, fields and forests providing habitat to a wide variety of birds, animals, plants and trees. Luther Lake is one of the best bird watching areas in Ontario. There are also extensive hiking trails in the area.