LaSalle, Ontario(population 31,000) is a beautiful waterfront community located on the Detroit River known as the "Nautical Mile" in Essex County nicely situated between the City of Windsor and the Town of Amherstburg. LaSalle, among one of the oldest French Settlement areas in Southwestern Ontario, named after the explorer Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. Today the Town of LaSalle is a rapidly urbanizing municipality under taking new urban development design concepts, encompassing large green area space for parks and recreational neighborhood enjoyment. LaSalle has a large network of bicycle trails, wooded areas with unique plant species and wildlife habitat, which from a biological perspective, is considered to be a natural heritage area named the "LaSalle Trail", which connects up to hundreds of hectares of natural heritage parks in addition to connecting up to Windsor, Ontario's own "Windsor Trail" network, allowing people to ride from LaSalle all the way to Windsor's Riverfront Trail.
The LaSalle Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex, a $30 million dollar recreation complex erected in 2008, serves as a common hub for social and culture needs for all of LaSalle's residents. Encompassing twin ice pads, pool with water slides, fitness, in door walking track / sport facilities and conference areas for cultural groups and services situated on 189 acres of land.
Construction is now under way in LaSalle for a new waterfront park offering fishery spawning, unique under water park for all of Ontario.
All kinds of things to do in LaSalle, one of LaSalle's biggest events is the annual Stawberry Festival, which takes place on the first weekend of June. LaSalle is within easy reach of many other destinations such as Point Pelee National Park, Hillman Marsh and Kopegaron Woods the area supports over 700 plant species, some of which cannot be found in any other part of Canada. Impressive Bird and butterfly migrations attracts naturalists from around the world. Other distinctive tourist attractions include Award Winning Wineries, Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens, The Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary, and Migration Community Hall or enjoy the great outdoors at our Century Old Lakeside Park, Conservation Areas offering walking/cycling trail. There’s a whole lot of activity waiting for you here all year round. In the warmer months you can walk, hike, bike, miles of Trans Canada Trails, if golf is your passion, the area boasts golf courses with an extended golf season, or how about swim, fish, or relax in a boat, on the beautiful blue waters of Detroit River. Set sail for a fishing adventure or scuba dive down to several ship wrecks with one of the local boat charter services. Imagine a place where seniors choose to spend their retirement years, where breathtaking sunsets, secluded beaches, fine dining, after dinner sails & friendly faces are a way of life...
For a list of local Elementary schools in LaSalle. The local public high school in LaSalle is Sandwich Secondary School, or Villanova Catholic Secondary School. LaSalle offers a French Immersion program for those who've attended a French grade school. Other useful links for the LaSalle area.
LaSalle, Ontario is an idea for a relaxed and comfortable lifestyle while easing into retirement, a true year-round destination, short-sleeve weather area with long hot summers and moderate winters excellent for active living. Live for Less! Real estate in the LaSalle / Essex County area is the most affordable in Ontario - purchasing a home or property here will range 30% to 60% less than in comparable markets. This could represent a huge savings and a boost for your retirement nest egg, enabling your dream house purchase, waterfront beach home, townhouse, condo, or a country farm and enjoy easy access to a recreational playground in an overall warmer climate.
LaSalle's waterfront real estate is arguably considered some the best within the Essex County real estate market region with its Detroit River waterfront coastlines. LaSalle waterfront real estate listings features everything from small cottages to multi-million dollar homes. A modest waterfront home can be purchased for less than $350,000. Condos along the Riverfront are even less, providing you a dream lifestyle of beautiful water views, walks or biking along the waterfront trails and private marinas.
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