The Bayview Golf Club has been an integral part of the Huron County golf scene since the 1970’s.
In the spring of 2018 White Squirrel Investments Ltd. purchased the property, seeing an opportunity to promote the beautiful golf course and to create a welcoming clubhouse offering quality, locally sourced foods, a wide selection of beers, wines, spirits and entertainment.
Widder Station has long been regarded as the venue of choice for golf in Lambton County minutes from Grand Bend.
The beautifully manicured 18-hole championship golf course winds through the areas rolling terrain and provides a wide variety of interesting holes for even the most experienced golfer.
With the completion our newly renovated Tap House in the fall of 2018 we have expanded our offerings to include some of the finest local craft beers, wines, spirits and ciders. We are sure to have something to please every enthusiast!
In the spring of 2017 we released our flagship premium lager; Train Wreck. This easy drinking craft beer was our first product to the market and has soared to become the most popular offering in our Tap House. Be sure to try one during your next visit to Widder Station!
Wine At Home’s main goal is to help you love your wine as much as we love making it with you! Whether it is the experience of making your wine on premise, at home, or enjoying your wine after it’s made with our great accessories, we want you to love your wine, and we want you to have fun creating something great that you can call your own.
This website, like our store, has been set up in a clean, bright and neat fashion to make it fun and easy to use. Enjoy and Cheers!
Woodward’s Service Centre is your one stop outdoor equipment store and service centre. We have been in business since 1963 and sell & service the best of equipment. Lawn Mowers, Trimmers, Chain Saws, Barbecues, Snow Blowers and much More.
This idea began in the late 30’s and has adapted from shoemaking and repairs by Alfred Wuerth. He and his wife Lucilla owned and operated Wuerth’s Shoes in its original location in Exeter Ontario from 1938 – 1964
Second Generation …
Over the next twenty years, from the same location in Exeter Ontairo, Rey Wuerth and his wife Willa moved the shoe repair business toward retail sales of footwear, skates, roller-skates, and accessories.
Third Generation …
In the early 80’s Rey’s son John and his wife Linda took over the family business and began to grow from the original location expanding to Stratford and Goderich with additional locations.
Fourth Generation …
In 2005, John and Linda’s Daughter Sarah, joined her parent’s in the shoe business as the General Manager where they continue working together as a family.