Townsend Meadows is a life lease community located in the town of Forest in the beautiful area of Lambton Shores.
About Townsend Meadows
Townsend Meadows is located on Townsend Line at the northwest edge of Forest. This 55+ community has 50 units owned by residents on life leases. There are several floor plans with different size units. Occasionally units become available for resale. Some local seniors have chosen to live in Townsend Meadows. Others have moved here to take advantage of a rural lifestyle near Lake Huron. Our clubhouse is under construction and will offer a variety of social and recreational activities for residents. Townsend Meadows is managed by a resident Board of Directors. For a monthly occupancy fee all outside maintenance of the buildings, heating, cooling and hot water systems, lawn and landscape care and snow removal are taken care of to free residents to enjoy life as they choose.
Forest is a small rural town within the Municipality of Lambton Shores in Lambton County. Residents enjoy quiet lifestyle with local access to grocery shopping and downtown services. The North Lambton Community Health Centre provides primary health care for seniors and health promotion programs for the community. There are recreational activities available with the Shores Recreation Centre, Forest Golf and Country Hotel, Forest Curling and Social Club, Forest Lawn Bowling Club and the Kineto Theatre. Local churches and organizations like the Kiwanis Club, Optimist Club, Probus Club of Forest and Forest Legion welcome new members.
About Lambton Shores
Lambton Shores is located along Lake Huron in the northeast corner of Lambton County. Ipperwash Beach, Pinery Provincial Park, Rock Glen Conservation Area and Grand Bend Beach are popular recreational areas. There are small craft breweries and wineries on local farms. The Lambton Heritage Museum provides insight into the history of the area. Kettle and Stony Point First Nation highlights Indigenous culture. The City of Sarnia to the south offers additional shopping, dining and entertainment options. The Bluewater Bridge from the 402 in Point Edward gives access to travel into Michigan and other U.S. destinations.