There are a number of things to explore in Blyth. From original Canadian plays at the Blyth Festival, to a guided sugar bush trek at Blyth Creek Maple Farm. Or if you’re feeling energetic, take a fitness class or learn how to ballroom dance. There’s so much to see and do!

Explore Blyth Creek Maple Farm

On weekends in March and April, we welcome visitors from to come experience our Canadian heritage of maple syrup production. Enjoy an interactive, guided, sugar bush trek, and learn how the natives and pioneers produced maple sugar, and how the fur trade industry started commerce in Canada. See how modern technology has progressed using vacuum to extract sap from the trees. Finish your day tasting our delicious maple syrup over pancakes and take home some sweet treats!

Blyth East Side Dance

Blyth East Side Dance (circa 2010) located at 273 Hamilton Street in Blyth. Instructors Les Cook & Anne Elliott with over 10 years of dance instruction experience. The dance studio features social dance instruction in Ballroom and Latin dances, in group or couples private lessons, wedding & special occasion offerings. Ballroom dance instruction offered for Foxtrot, Waltz, Classic & Argentine Tango. Latin dance instruction offered for Rumba, Bolero, East Coast Swing, Salsa & Cha Cha. Call 519-523-4590.

Blyth Festival Memorial Hall

Blyth Festival is a world-renowned theatre attracting thousands of visitors annually. The company boasts two venues, the Outdoor Harvest Stage and Memorial Hall. Blyth is celebrated nationally as one of the premiere producers of new Canadian Plays. A fully professional theatre in the heart of Ontario’s bread-basket, the Blyth Festival’s ingenuity, tenacity, and creativity has irrevocably reinvigorated the region’s very imagination.
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Blyth Repository of History

The Blyth Repository of History, located at 405 Queen Street in Blyth, contains a comprehensive collection of the history of Blyth and of hundreds of local families. Volunteers are available to assist with research. Appointments to visit the repository may be arranged by calling 519-523-4792 or through the website below.

Fitness Classes

Programs are offered at the Blyth and District Community Centre Arena by the Township of North Huron Fitness Centre. Some of the classes that are offered are Healing Yoga, Family Pound, and Zumba. Keep active, stay healthy and have fun! For a full description and to register please click here.

The G2G Rail Trail Experience is a world-class recreation trail featuring an immersive adventure through rural Ontario. The 132 kilometre reconditioned rail corridor traverses the countryside of four counties – from the heart of suburban Guelph, through 13 villages and towns, to the Goderich Harbour on Lake Huron. Privately operated G2G Rail Trail strives to connect communities and promote active transportation. Please click here to donate.
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Green Spaces

The Friends of the Village of Blyth is a volunteer group of community members who tend to the green and gathering spaces of Blyth in partnership with the staff of North Huron public works and recreation departments. The spaces such as The Blyth Greenway Trail, Memory Garden and Horticulture Park are outdoor settings that engage the community and guests with nature and the history of Blyth.
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Blyth Lions Park wading pool

The Lions Park is owned and maintained by the Blyth Lions Club. The Park features children’s playground equipment, children’s wading pool, picnic pavilion, drinking fountain, horseshoe pits, public washrooms which are cleaned daily and green space. The wading pool is open Monday to Fridays during months of July and August and is fully supervised. The picnic pavilion contains 22 picnic tables and is serviced with municipal water and hydro. Overnight camping is strictly prohibited.

Public Skating

This program is offered for free at the Blyth and District Community Centre Arena and is sponsored by the Township of North Huron. Round up some friends and family members, grab your skates and stay active during the winter months. Fun for the whole family!
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North Huron’s ball diamonds are available for scheduled team play and tournaments on evenings and weekends from mid-May to mid-September. Get outside for some fresh air, practise your teamwork skills, and have a ball! For Blyth ball diamond bookings please contact 519-357-1208 ext. 321.

Blyth Skateboard Park

The Skateboard Park is located in the Blyth Campground area, it offers a fun gathering place for people of all ages and stages. Providing the forum for visitors young and old, beginners and skilled the opportunity to meet and share experiences. Open from May 1st to October 1st. Skate 4 life!

Associate Membership Application

Your application will be presented to the Board of Management at an upcoming BBIA meeting. BBIA meetings are most often held the first Wednesday of each month at 8 am.

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