Things to do in St. Marys, ON

Places to Stay in St. Marys, ON

Only 15 minutes down the road from Windbreak Farm Bed and Breakfast is the one of a kind Town of St Marys.

St. Marys History

Known as The Stonetown, St. Marys features unique limestone architecture.  First settled in 1840, this town is truly a delight for anyone fond of history.  From the historic Grand Trunk Railway to the 1854 St Marys Museum and Archives, it offers everything the history buff could dream of.  The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a unique destination to visit as well.

A picturesque town with the meeting of the Thames River and Trout Creek at its center, the town is a photographer’s paradise.

Nature Trails

If you like to walk, hike or bike, there are more than 25 kilometers of trails and parkland available

-The River Walkway (2.4 kms)

-The Loop Trail (13 kms)

-The Grand Trunk Trail (3.2 kms)


Refresh yourself on a hot summer day with a swim in Canada’s largest fresh water swimming pool.  The “Quarries” was created in the mid 1800’s after limestone was harvested creating a unique area filled with clear, cold, deep water right in the town centre.


St Marys boasts three fabulous golf courses:

St Marys Golf and Country Club

Science Hill Golf Club

River Valley Golf and Country Club


“Community Players” stage amazing entertainment in the restored 1891 limestone Town Hall Theater.


If you are up for some great shopping, St Marys downtown sidewalks are lined  with specialty shops of all sorts:

When staying at Windbreak Farm B&B, it is easy to take in this wondrous Town of St Marys.