St. Marys Visitors Guide 2024

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Town of St. Marys



Where history meets modern adventures. Home of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
2 Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 Welcome to St.Marys Where history meets modern adventures Plan your visit:

Message from The Mayor

On behalf of myself and Town Council, I am delighted to welcome you to St. Marys!

St. Marys is a unique and memorable destination, brimming with small town charm. Get a taste of life in the Stonetown by attending one of our annual events. Stop by the Stonetown Heritage Festival, our Canada Day celebration, a St. Marys Community Players production, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend, or our wonderful WinterLights.

Stroll through our historic downtown to explore our vibrant shops and meet welcoming merchants. Grab a bite to eat at one of the pubs, restaurants, diners or cafes offering locally-produced food and drink. Take in the stunning architecture of locally quarried limestone that reveals the history of St. Marys. Whatever your adventure, St. Marys is sure to entertain.

For those seeking outdoor activities, the trail system is perfect for walking and biking. The scenic Thames River and Trout Creek await kayakers, and the St. Marys Quarry, Canada’s largest freshwater swimming pool, beckons for a refreshing dip.

Immerse yourself in our history and experience our hospitality. We’re so glad you’ve stopped by.

Mayor Al Strathdee

Town of St. Marys

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• 20 km from Stratford

• 44 km from London

• 70 km from Kitchener

• 122 km from Sarnia

• 168 km from Toronto

• 204 km from Niagara Falls

• 225 km from Detroit

Experience the convenience of VIA Rail’s daily service, operating from Monday through Sunday. Book your travel or gather information at Additionally, PC Connect extends its service across the region, with convenient connections from Kitchener/Waterloo, London, and Stratford. Learn more about transportation options at

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One of the many exhibits on display at the Station Gallery. For the full schedule visit
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Acknowledgment of Traditional Territories

The Town of St. Marys acknowledges that it is located on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and Ojibway/Chippewa peoples. This area is within the boundaries covered by Treaty 29, known as the Huron Tract Purchase, and is protected by the Dish With One Spoon wampum agreement. Today, many Indigenous peoples continue to call this land home and act as its stewards, and we are grateful to have the opportunity to live and work on this territory.

Discover St. Marys: Your Guide to 2024 Adventures

In the pages of this guide, you can discover what makes St. Marys a destination for a daytrip, overnight experience or a must see stop while visiting the area.

St. Marys hosts a variety of exciting events throughout the year. Whether it’s the Stonetown Heritage Festival, Canada Day celebrations, theater productions by the St. Marys Community Players, or the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend, there’s always something happening. These events provide a glimpse into the vibrant community spirit.

Exploring Downtown:

A stroll through historic downtown St. Marys is a must. The locally quarried limestone architecture tells stories of the past. Visitors can explore charming shops, meet friendly merchants, and perhaps find unique souvenirs to take home.

Culinary Delights:

Foodies will be delighted by the dining options. From cozy pubs to restaurants, diners, and cafes, St. Marys offers locally-produced food and drink. Don’t miss the chance to savor the flavors of the region.

Outdoor Adventures:

Pick up one of our Town trail maps and explore St. Marys on foot or by bike. There are many scenic spots along the route.

Hospitality and History:

The warm hospitality of St. Marys residents makes every visitor feel welcome. Immerse yourself in the town’s history, chat with locals, and create lasting memories.

Discover St. Marys: A Journey Through History and Charm

The first European settlers arrived in St. Marys in the early 1840s, attracted by the area’s natural resources. At the new town site, the Thames River cascaded over a series of limestone ledges, providing the power to run the first pioneer mills.

In the riverbed and along the banks, limestone was close to the surface and could be quarried for building materials.

St. Marys today retains its 19th century architecture while offering all the attractions of a modern and friendly small town. In the downtown, the streets are flanked with century-old buildings. Although the old mills have vanished, a community walkway follows the old millrace along the river. The architecture is what gives St. Marys its nickname: Stonetown.

Limestone is no longer quarried for building blocks but it is still essential to production at the St. Marys Cement Company. A limestone quarry abandoned in 1930 is now a popular municipal swimming destination and is known as Canada’s largest natural swimming pool. Today the Quarry offers modern amenities and adventure for all ages with the addition of the Super Splash fun park, a large water trampoline and leisure swimming. It’s fun for the whole

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Experience the charm and history of St. Marys by foot with three historic self-guided walking tours.

The Downtown Heritage Tour is perfect for those who want to explore the heart of St. Marys. You’ll see beautifully restored Victorian-era retail spaces, stunning limestone architecture, and learn about the town’s rich history including the building that housed both Timothy and Robert Eaton’s businesses.

South Ward Tour takes you on a scenic journey through the history and natural beauty of St. Marys. You’ll explore Lind Park, admire the Gothic Revival-style St. James Anglican Church, discover the town’s rich history at the St. Marys Museum, and visit the Quarry for a dip.

North Ward Tour takes you through the charming residential neighbourhoods of St. Marys, where you’ll discover local landmarks that tell the story of the town’s heritage and explore the natural beauty of the Grand Trunk Trail.

Pick up your guide at any of the Town’s municipal facilities or email

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The three main income components for the tax levy are 53.7% from Taxes, 29.5% from User Fees and 5% from Grants. The main components for the expense spending are Capital Financing 21.85%, Public Works 13.95%, Health 10.25%, Police 7.65% and Community Service/ Recreation 9.71%. As part of Capital spending, the Town has allocated $400K for the Waste Water project and will spend $70 million over the next ten years on capital projects. Also included in this years budget is $412, 450 for a new roof at the Town Hall and $9,452 for a new sign for the VIA Station and the Station Gallery. The PRC will also see a new sign at the entrance on James Street at a cost of $38K Mayor Al Strathdee thanked staff for “doing a great job in keeping it a reasonable increase” but he added that he has concerns for the future going forward because of outside agencies. 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2024 St. Marys Events

There’s always something fun happening in St. Marys! From festivals that celebrate the town’s rich cultural heritage to vendors markets, from concerts to seasonal events, the calendar is filled with a wide range of festivals and events.

The Downtown St. Marys BIA hosts events in the charming downtown district. Follow along at and on Instagram @stmarysdowntown.

A series of sunrise ceremony solstice events led by a local Indigenous educator are held throughout the year and open to all to attend and learn.

Visit the St. Marys Farmers’ Market on Saturdays from May 4 to October 26; offering a variety of local produce and fresh foods.

Explore these events and many more at


St. Marys Farmers’ Market (Saturdays, May 4 – October 26)

Enjoy locally crafted products and fresh foods.

Kayak Loan Program Opens (Tuesday, May 21)

Explore waterways with our free kayaks!


St. Marys Horticultural Society Garden Fair (Saturday, June 1) Garden items and décor for sale. Facebook – St. Marys Horticultural Society

St. Marys Pride In The Park (Sunday, June 9)

A day of love, diversity, inclusion and friendship celebrated with music, vendors, food and fun.


Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum

Induction (Saturday, June 15)

Baseball-themed activities all day.

Rotary Brews & Food Fest (Sunday, June 16)

Showcasing the best local craft beer and food trucks in Ontario.


St. Marys Commemorates Canada Day (Monday, July 1)

Commemorate Canada Day with ceremony, live music, food and free family activities.

Kinsmen Summerfest

(Thursday, July 4 – Saturday, July 6)

Midway attractions and live entertainment in the evenings.

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Stonetown Heritage Festival

(Friday, July 12 – Sunday, July 14)

Family-friendly fun, food, art, tours, live music, fireworks and more.

St. Marys Lions Club Car Show (July 20)

Food, friends, and fabulous cars!


Melodies at the Museum (Wednesdays in August)

A summer concert series by talented local performers.

Take home a little of Perth County!


Evan’s Touch the Truck (Saturday, September 14)

Step inside a huge array of vehicles and machines.


St. Marys Community Players

(Thursday, October 17 – Sunday, November 3)

Enjoy a live theatre production.

Howl-O-Ween (Saturday, October 26)

A costumed pet parade throughout downtown.


St. Marys Craft Show (Saturday, November 16) Discover over 100 regional artisans.

Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade (November)

Welcome the holiday season with St. Nick.

Downtown Merchants Open House (November)

Shopping promotions and festive experiences by downtown merchants.

WinterLights Festival

(Friday, November 15 – Wednesday, January 1)

Over 100 festive light displays and a series of winter events.


WinterLights Festival

(Friday, November 15 – Wednesday, January 1)

Over 100 festive light displays and a series of winter events.

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Step Up to the Plate: Explore Canada’s Baseball Legacy at the Hall of Fame

The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum is a must-visit destination in Canada, showcasing the country’s rich baseball history and honouring its 161 inductees. Set on a picturesque 32-acre site overlooking the Quarry, the recently renovated 3500 sq ft museum features a major league style baseball diamond, three youth fields, and scenic walking trails.

Plan your visit:


Museum Hours:

May-June: Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm

July-August: Open daily

September: Friday to Sunday


“The Opening Pitch” Hall of Fame Weekend Opening Event – June 13 VIP reception with inductees in Toronto, auction, and special guests. Limited tickets available.

26th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic & Banquet – June 14

Golf tournament and banquet featuring celebrity players like Russell Martin, Ashley Stephenson, and more.

Induction Day – June 15

Ceremony honoring this year’s inductees with autograph sessions, ballgames, auctions, museum tours, BBQ, and beer tent. Special guests include Fergie Jenkins, Pat Gillick, and more. Inductees:

RUSSELL MARTIN: MLB All-Star catcher, record holder in various categories.

ASHLEY STEPHENSON: Renowned player and coach of the Baseball Canada National Women’s Team.

HOWARD BIRNIE: Distinguished figure in Toronto baseball, with notable coaching and umpiring achievements.

ROD HEISLER: Accomplished pitcher for Team Canada with numerous international appearances.

JIMMY KEY: Former MLB pitcher with notable achievements during his tenure with the Toronto Blue Jays.

Paul Godfrey: Key figure in bringing Major League Baseball to Toronto and instrumental in the construction of Skydome.

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Host gatherings for up to 55 people at our museum. Enjoy group tours, ballgames, BBQs, and swimming in the famous quarry during July/August.

For more details or to volunteer, visit our website

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Facebook: @CDNBaseballHOF

Instagram: canadianbaseballhofmuseum

Induction weekend – June 13-16

Hall of Famer Fergie Jenkins at the unveiling of Ferguson Jenkins way in 2023.

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Check open days & off-season hours on website.

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Discovering St. Marys: Arts & Culture Guide

Contributing writers Alizon Sharun and Jim Giles

Indigenous culture is honoured at Sunrise ceremonies marking solstices and equinoxes at Milt Dunnell Field, thanks to a local Indigenous educator. Meeting monthly is an Indigenous led community building group, Kaswentha/ Two Row Now,

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 is commemorated by ceremony and activities focused on healing and education,

Celebrate April National Poetry Month with a stroll down Queen Street, and read inspiring poems in the downtown store windows, specially curated by the St. Marys Poetry Circle, which meets monthly in Barista’s, 14 Water St. S.

Capturing Moments: The Art of Photography, experience the artistry of local photographers through St. Marys Clicks, a vibrant photography group. Browse and purchase members’ captivating images at the St. Marys Station Gallery gift shop and various downtown stores. Explore more at

Enjoy the passion of Community Theatre with spring and fall productions by the St. Marys Community Players, attracting the talents of local residents in all areas of production. April/May - one-act plays at Riverwalk Commons; October/November -”The 25th Annual Putman County Spelling Bee” at the Town Hall Auditorium, 175 Queen St. E.

Musical Harmony: Local Talent Shines, experience musical performances that enrich daily life in St. Marys. Whether it’s an intimate concert at the Town Hall Auditorium, an open-air festival, or live music accompanying your Saturday morning coffee or meal on a restaurant patio, let the melodies of

local and nationally known musicians captivate you.

You may find yourself in a film shoot produced by the local talents of The Akoolfilm Company. St. Marys is the backdrop for award-winning dramas. The St. Marys Train Station and Water Street (downtown) were used as filming locations in the hit show ‘Murdoch Mysteries’.

Art and architecture have always been natural bedfellows. Artists at work in historical communities are signs that a town is viable, vibrant, and worth preserving. St. Marys is such a town - an Arts Town! It offers a wealth of cultural and heritage experiences so don’t miss out visiting some of the sites, stores or interacting with some interesting artists.

The St. Marys historical train station is the home to the Station Gallery under the curation of Cameron Porteous (former Head of Design at Shaw Festival). The gallery hosts more than seven exhibits a year and showcases artists working across a wide spectrum of media in their gift shop.

The Art of Ideas Gallery is a private historical home built in 1881 that offers guided tours on Saturday, Sunday, and Mondays, as well as private tours that can be arranged for other days of the week (conditions apply). Meet visual artist Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu or attend a concert or art event that unite music and visual arts in the wonderfully glorious setting that is Art of Ideas. St. Marys Museum and Archives is housed inside a 19th-century heritage home. Explore a wide range of exhibits and over 3,000 historic photographs and learn about the local history that shaped this beautiful town.

Stonetown Arts is a community group for artists & creative people that show the diversity of talent within the Arts community of St. Marys. Visit their Facebook page for dates and locations on their shows.

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There’s fun for everyone at the annual Stonetown Heritage Festival beginning on Friday, July 12! This free event celebrates the cultures, stories and histories that shape the past and present of St. Marys. The festival features family-friendly activities, delicious food, riverside Art Walk, vendor’s market, live music and dance and fireworks show.

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St. Marys and area offers three unique, picturesque and challenging golf courses to intrigue players of all abilities.

The St. Marys Golf & Country Club, founded in 1931, is a par-72 that stretches out to 6,567 yards from the back tees. “Located along the beautiful Thames River, the course prides itself on its spectacular views highlighted by incredible rolling hills, natural creeks and mature trees. The challenging, yet forgiving, course layout welcomes all types of players, from beginners to avid golfers,” says Brandon De Groote, Director of Golf Operations. The Club also offers a first-class restaurant, Social Thirty-One, and an inviting patio. Weddings are often held on the picturesque grounds with receptions in one of the facilities’ banquet halls.

Science Hill Country Club, opened in 1976, and remains one of Southwestern Ontario’s best-kept secrets. Located in the countryside just a few minutes northwest of St. Marys on Road 137, Science Hill is a par-70

course measuring 5,900 yards from the tips. Last year, new ownership undertook many changes, including Taps On The Thames restaurant being the latest update to the clubhouse. From lunch, casual dining, live entertainment on the patio, or special occasion bookings, Taps has it all. Call for reservations or come in and enjoy one of the nicest patios in the area.

Just a short drive from St. Marys, River Valley Golf & Country Club is located on a very scenic and undulating parcel of land which is popular for all seasons – in the warm months as a golf course and in the winter months as a tube slide venue. Co-owner/operator David Tkachuk says of the par65, 4,734 yard course, “The rolling hills and valleys offer beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. The golf course has lots of elevation that will challenge all playing levels.” River Valley has a new Grand Hall for banquets, a restaurant, and spacious outdoor deck area.

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Stonetown Eats and Drinks

Local food and drink is a great way to get acquainted with St. Marys – with the bonus of being delicious!

• Coffee shops and bakeries: enjoy a cup of your caffeine of choice with roasted-in-St. Marys beans at Snapping Turtle Coffee Roasters or sample the made-in-St. Marys treats paired with experienced baristas at Barista’s. Craving comfort foods? Green Haven features daily fresh traditional baking (think fry pies and donuts), while Tim Horton’s offers its classic favourites.

• Pub life: Gilly’s Pubhouse on Water Street pairs bar classics with lots of screens to enjoy the big game, while O’Leary’s Creamery offers a great view of the Thames from its patio with a classic menu.

• Diner delights: The Sunset Diner on the west end of Queen Street is a fun and funky 50s-style diner (their milkshakes are a must-try!). In the east end of town, Joe’s Diner offers daily specials and all-day breakfast.

• Casual but elevated: in the downtown, Tutt Co Queen Street Eatery is FeastOn certified for its scrumptious use of local ingredients in food and drink. Social Thirty One, housed at the St. Marys Golf & Country Club, combines killer course views with a broad, craft- and local-based menu. The Westover Inn’s seasonal dining wows with classic cuisine and bucolic patio. Naina’s Indian Cuisine in the downtown offers authentically delicious dishes.

• On the go: Towne & Country Cheese Shoppe builds beautiful sandwiches and other takeaway treats, while Campbell’s Canteen recreates food-truck favourites with sophistication. Get your takeout fixes at St. Marys institutions Sukie Lee’s and Skippy’s Pizza, or at chain favourites including Little Caesars, Pizza Hut and more. The Flour Mill is a destination for quality groceries, delicious coffee, curated beverages, elevated lunches and leisurely Sunday brunches (some seating available). Hearn’s Ice Cream serves up all your icy, creamy favourites plus footlongs and more!

• Wash it all down: at St. Marys’ historic microbrewery, Broken Rail. Housed in a former Grand Trunk Railway station that is nationally designated, enjoy a great patio and weekend special events.

• Hot tip: order your meal or treats to go to enjoy at one of our many scenic parks!

18 Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 Fresh Cheese Curds Cheese Tastings Gift Baskets & Gift Boxes Cheese Trays Fondue & Raclette 5021 Perth Line 8 St. Marys, Ontario 519-229-6856 Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm Saturday 9 am to 3 pm The taste of the Swiss Alps close to home! From our farm to your table award winning handcrafted alpine style cheese! Something Old Something New Over 30,000 items ranging from great antique finds to the “Extra” Ordinary... A day’s experience not to be missed - you never know what you’ll find. See Google Maps for full ground store tour Monday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 128 Queen Street East, St. Marys 519-284-8117 ~ Books ~ Collectibles ~ Imports ~ Jewelery ~ Glass ~ China ~ Memorabilia ~ Furniture ~ Leather ~ Original Art & Framed Prints ~ Western Boots WE SPECIALIZE IN TEAM, WORK & BIRTHDAY PARTIES LEAGUES MONDAY TO THURSDAY AND SUNDAY AFTERNOONS GLOW IN THE DARK BOWLING 21 Church St., St. Marys | 226-661-1100 6 Lanes open bowling Fri. 4-10pm Sat. 1-10pm Sun. 12-8pm
Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 19 Fallen in love with St. Marys? Let our family help guide you home! Toni McLean REALTOR® tmclean@homeandcompany ca 519-274-1120 Julian Francoeur REALTOR® 519-614-1273 www homeandcompany ca
20 Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 18.9L - $2.75 519-284-3355 Rivermoira Cottage 29 Robinson St., St. Marys, Ontario Contact info: or 519-630-2627 Plan a getaway retreat for you, your family & friends at “Rivermoira Cottage” in St. Marys, Ontario. Enjoy the beautiful falls view from the cottage’s back yard deck, take a short walk to the downtown area and rest awhile in the garden oasis of RIVERMOIRA Cottage. Available Year Round! Numerous eateries, cafes and public events feature live performances. Also, during the month of August, Melodies at the Museum showcases an array of local talent outdoors Cadzow Park. Experience the rhythm of our town at Zenfire Pottery & Mercantile 114 Queen Street East, St. Marys 519-615-6347 YOUR POTTERY DESTINATION! • Handmade pottery for purchase • Pottery classes & workshops • Curated works by other local artists, too! St. Marys is a vibrant music destination!
Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 21 26 Wellington St S #1, St. Marys 519-284-3000 780 Queen Street East, St. Marys 519-284-1426 We’re open 7 days a week 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. minutes from Wildwood Conservation Area! Parking available for RV’s and trailers while shopping Closest Full Service Grocery Store 5 • Pharmacy • Meals to go! Lunch & Dinner • Phone Cards • Gift Cards • Joe Fresh • Firewood • Kindling • Camping Supplies & Equipment • Patio Sets • BBQs Discover Broken Rail Brewing in St. Marys’ historic Junction Station, built in the late 1850s. This brewery blends tradition with modernity, offering craft beers in one of the town’s iconic landmarks. Originally part of the Grand Trunk Railway, the station now stands as a national historic site.


Visit for more information about the sights and what St. Marys has to of fer

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Avon Trail (130 km from St. Marys to Conestogo)

Grand Trunk Trail (3.2 km)

Riverview Walkway (2.4 km)

Riverview Walkway - Alternate Path


Taylor Trail (0.25 km)

The Loop (13 km)

The Loop - Al ternate Path

Elevation Change

Stairs and bicycle runnel available but please note that accessibility is limited.


Hard Surface - Roads/Sidewalks

Hard Surface - Asphalt

Soft Surface - Gravel/Grass/Woodchips

Seasonal Washroom

Closed during some months of the year and are subject to change

Enjoy the St. Marys Trails and

• Keep St. Marys tidy • Keep pets leashed and obey scoop laws

• Cyclists yield to pedestrians

• Motorized vehicles are not permitted on the trails

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1 Historic Town Hall 2 Carnegie Public Librar y 3 Historic Water Tower 4 St. Marys Quarry and Curling 5 Sarnia Bridge 6 Yak Shack (seasonal kayaking) 7 Farmers’ Market (seasonal) 8 St. Marys Station
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SOUTHVALE RD TO HWY 7 → Sparling Bush St. Marys Cemetery Meadowridge Park Station Dog Park RIDGEWOOD Trout Creek
HOME OF THE ALL-DAY BREAKFAST OPEN EARLY • OPEN LATE HOME OF THE ALL-DAY BREAKFAST OPEN EARLY • OPEN LATE 519-284-1040 • 343 QUEEN ST. W., ST. MARYS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! BREAKFAST BURGERS & BEER! Fresh food. Friendly neighbours. ST. MARYS 84 Wellington St. St. Marys 519-284-3180 Open 7:00 am - 8:00 pm 7 days a week • Fresh Produce Daily • Fresh Cut Meats • BBQ & Fried Chicken • Delicious Cut Meats • Fresh Fruit • Deli Meats, Cheese, & Salads When you’re visiting St. Marys, drop in and pick up your picnic favourites
Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 25 163 Queen St. E OFFICE: 519-284-4646 ▲ Sue Fowler 519-272-6961 - Broker/Manager --------------------------------------------------------------------Cathie Szmon 519-272-6019 - Broker of Record --------------------------------------------------------------------Kiley Humphries 226-236-6260 - Sales Representative --------------------------------------------------------------------Kristine Tanner 519-274-4098 - Broker Welcome to St. Marys, We hope you enjoy your stay here. We know you will love it! Come for a day, come for a week - but give us a call if you’d like to stay for a lifetime. The Flower Shop and More 147 Queen St. E. St. Marys 519-284-1391 www theflowershopandmore com Your Flower Emporium!
• A wide variety of herbs, spices, • A wide variety of herbs, spices, blends, and salts blends, and salts • Custom blends • Custom blends • Salt-free blends • Salt-free blends • Spice refill station • Spice refill station • Gift baskets • Gift baskets • Gift certificates • Gift certificates • • Bulk pricing Bulk pricing • Specialty grocery items • Specialty grocery items • Wedding favours • Wedding favours WE OFFER: WE OFFER: (226) 661-8777 (226) 661-8777 110 Queen St. E., 110 Queen St. E., St. Marys, Ontario St. Marys, Ontario Your Local Cut Flower Farm Fresh. Local. Beautiful. On Farm Flower Shop Workshops Venue Rental 336813 33rd Line, Embro www thegardeninharrington com Visit Us Today!
Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 27 Welcome to St. Marys! 752 QUEEN ST E., ST. MARYS • WWW.MCDONALDS.CA
28 Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 17 Water Street, St. Marys • 226-301-4431 We have something for everyone! Groups welcome! Open 7 days a week Pool tables • Darts • 20 tv screens

St. Marys Museum and Archives

This limestone house was built in 1854 for George Tracy, one of the area’s earliest settlers. At the time it was built it was by far the largest home in the small village, and almost immediately was nicknamed the “Castle in the Bush.” It has been the location for the St. Marys Museum since 1959. Visitors are welcome throughout the year. They will see exhibits and materials on local history and can also explore the interior of the house itself. The St. Marys Museum has ten display areas open to the public, all containing artifacts associated with the history of this area. Throughout the year, there is a schedule of changing exhibits and activities, based on the collection. There is always something new to see! For more information on events, special exhibits and hours of operation, visit

Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 29 • Pizza • Panzerottis • Subs and Hubs • Salads • Homemade Burgers • Chicken • Wings • Sides 118 Queen St., St. Marys WE DELIVER
145 Queen St. E., St. Marys 226-661-8000 SNAPPING TURTLE COFFEE ROASTERS Great coffee. Cozy surroundings. Friendly staff. • Offering Breakfast & Lunch • Responsibly-sourced, specialty-grade coffee small-batch roasted right here in Downtown St. Marys! • Enjoy masterfully pulled espresso, premium teas, iced beverages & delicious home baked treats.
30 Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 12 Water St. N., DOWNTOWN ST. MARYS 519.284.1678 Carpe Vinum Wine & Gifts 162 James Street South St. Marys Ontario 519-284-4404 The St. Marys Quarry, Canada’s largest freshwater swimming pool.
Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 31 TM We Deliver! 519-284-2444 order @ St. Marys, ON N4X 1C5 528 Queen St. East, Unit 1 8WATERST., 226-301-4039 Open: Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 6pmSaturday: 10am - 5pm ST.MARYS Families roasting smores at the WinterLights Night Market event.
32 Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 150 Queen Street East, St. Marys • 519-284-2381 Each Office is an Independently Owned and Operated Member Broker of Coldwell Banker Affiliates of Canada email: website: RON MORRISON Broker 519-272-7666 JULIEN POLIDORO Broker 519-949-2264 DAVID FORSTER Broker of Record 519-949-0501 HEIDI JAMES Sales Rep. & Office Manager 519-274-2234 OWEN LEWIS-HAVARD Sales Rep. 519-852-8453 EMMA JAMES Sales Rep. 519-619-3686 Residential • Rural • Farms Investment Properties Meet our Coldwell Banker Homefield Legacy Realty Team! We’re The Key To Your New Home! Service You Deserve. People You Trust.
Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2022 33 SINCE 1981, PROUD SUPPORTERS OF LOCAL SPORTS. WE FIT YOUR GAME. Dunny’s Source for Sports 154 Queen Street East, St. Marys ON N4X 1C3 519-284-1446
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play home games at our multi-purpose active-living facility known as the Pyramid Recreation Centre.
Photo Credits: McGinny Photography St. Marys Junior B Lincolns
34 Town of St. Marys Visitors’ Guide 2024 Factory Food Outlet Locally Sourced Your next barbeque begins at Delmar! Frozen Food Outlet and so much more. Shop at Delmar for local meats, cheese, produce, and baked goods. Proudly owned and operated in St. Marys 25 S Service Rd, St. Marys, ON • 519.349.3022 Mon - Friday - 9-6 • Saturday, Sunday 10-5 The Best Indian Restaurant in St Marys! Introducing Naina’s Indian Kitchen, Bar and Grill, where we serve hot and spicy Indian food and drinks. Our menu features authentic Indian dishes with a range of spice levels to cater to all tastes. Our chefs use a variety of spices and herbs to create a unique and flavorful experience. 202 Queen Street E, St Marys | 519-284-0708 The Grand Trunk Trestle offers a picturesque view of St. Marys’ historic downtown.

St. Marys Directory

All Wheels Park

180 James Street South • 519-284-2340 x 432

The park is great for use with a bike, skateboard or roller blades.

Art of Ideas Gallery and Historical House

236 Jones Street East • 437-774-3631 •

Art Gallery. Historical House. Artist Studio. Let’s expand the horizons of our future

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

386 Church St S •519-284-1838 •

Commemorating players, teams, & accomplishments of baseball in Canada

Hydra Crossfit

133 King Street South • 226-921-5537 •

Making you feel like an athlete with people you love hanging out with.

McCully’s Hill Farm

4074 Line 9 St. Marys • 519-284-2564 •

Production of maple products, home-made baking, & more, plus tours

Paint & Palette

31 Water St S • 519-830-0930 •

Bring your children to Paint & Palette Children’s Art and Craft Studio, and let them explore

Parks Lawn Bowl

Milt Dunnell Park, 164 Emily St • 519-284-3502 •

Lawn Bowling has been a part of St. Marys’ sporting landscape since 1889.

Pyramid Recreation Centre

317 James St S • 519-284-2160 •

PRC features two ice pads, indoor pool, Friendship Centre and youth services

Racquet Courts

550 Water Street South

This is your place to organize games and see what’s up with other tennis fans in your community!

Raise Your Vibe

83 Queen St E •

Movement Meditation Studio

River Valley Golf & Tube

4725 1 Line • 519-225-2329 •

A year round facility that offers fun and adventure for family, friends, groups & corporations

Science Hill Golf & County Club

RR 1, St. Marys • 519-284-3621 •

Immaculate conditions in a peaceful country setting

Station Gallery

5 James St N • 416-523-8899 •

The building currently contains the Station Gallery and the studios of Cameron Porteous and Reed Needles.

St. Marys Bowling Lanes

21 Church St S • 226-661-1100 5-pin bowling alley

St. Marys Community Players

175 Queen Street East •

Community theatre group with dedicated volunteers producing quality productions to entertain

St. Marys Curling Club

425 Water Street S • 519-280-2875 •

The St. Marys Curling Club has a proud history dating back to 1866.

St. Marys Golf & Country Club

769 Queen St E • 519-284-3704 •

Championship 18-hole golf course founded in 1931

St. Marys Museum

177 Church St S • 519-284-3556 •

Community museum located in lovely heritage home sitting on hilltop in Cadzow Park

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Stay Retail Faith
EXPERIENCE. SALES. RESULTS. CHOOSE WISELY. CHOOSE 194 Queen Street West, St. Marys • 519-284-4720 office A contribution from every sale is donated to these charitable organizations Reid Dundas Broker 519.272.7404 Tristan Dundas Broker 519.275.7721 Lindsay Pickering Broker 519.276.9959

St. Marys Public Library

15 Church St N • 519-284-3346 •

We encourage the spirit of exploration, the joy of reading and the pursuit of knowledge

St. Marys Quarry

425 Water Street S • 519-284-3090 •

The swimming Quarry is a unique, wonderful place to swim and paddle board.

Stonetown Karate Centre Inc.

29 Wellington St S • 519-284-0614 •

Karate & Cardio-Kickboxing Academy for kids and adults.

SuperSplash St. Marys

425 Water Street • 519-808-5121 •

SuperSplash is a obstacle course created with Wibit Brand inflatable obstacles.

Thomson Martial Arts

115 Queen St E • 226-236-7354 •

Gym/Physical Fitness Center

Vitality Health and Fitness

127 Queen St • 905-902-1041 •

Pathway to health and fitness

Wildwood Conservation Area

3995 Line 9 • 519-284-2292 •

Your 3200 acre playground! Camping, mountain biking or hiking, and more


268 Maiden Ln • 519-284-2500 •

Improve your health and fitness

Action Health Care

566 Queen Street E • 519-284-4348 •

Offering outstanding service to improve the quality of life and reduce the daily living challenges of our clients

Becker’s / ESSO

752 Queen St E • 519-284-3181

Gas station and variety store

Betty’s Bookshelf

6 Water Street South, Unit 2 • 226-301-4391 •

Celebrating books, authors, and the power of storytelling


142 Queen St E • @bungalowstore

Local Boho & Modern Home Furnishing & Decor

Canadian Tire

84 Wellington St S • 519-284-1690 •

Variety of products including automotive, tools, hardware, sports, household & outdoor living

Carpe Vinum Wine and Gifts

12 Water St N • 519-284-1678 •

Welcome to the world of “St. Marys Wine Making.” We create fine wines at affordable prices

Circle K

190 Queen St E • 519-284-1584

A convenience shop offering a wide variety of products for people on the go

Crokinole Canada

5 Industrial Rd • 519-276-8030 •

Premium tournament and traditional size crokinole boards and accessories

Delmar Foods

25 S Service Rd• 519-349-3002•

We take pride in bringing you the freshest flavours made with real, honest ingredients

Dunny’s Source for Sports

154 Queen St E • 519-284-1446

We’re your local Source For Sports


588 Queen St E • 519-284-3519 •

St. Marys location of the Canadian dollar store chain

Eclectic Treasure

128 Queen St E • 519-284-8117

A large selection of used items, from books to very unique items

Hubbard Pharmacy

155 Queen St E • 519-284-1380

A locally owned independent community pharmacy

Hyggeligt Fabrics

144 Queen St E • 519-284-1508 •

A contemporary quilting store with the largest collection of Kaffe Fassett in Canada

Jackson’s Pharmacy

32 Wellington St S • 519-284-1491 •

A friendly full service pharmacy with a great selection of gifts, cards, & fashion

Jacobs Liquidation

34 Wellington St N • 226-661-4000 •

We are a family owned and operated Liquidation Store, excited to be bringing you great deals


115 Parkview • 519-284-2300

St. Marys location of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario

Little Falls Crafters Market

83 Queen St E • 519-284-0433 •

We have over 150 local crafters and artisans displaying their unique and creative hand made items.

Lyric Flowers

123 Queen St E • 519-284-0808 •

A one-of-a-kind floral boutique with a friendly, ever-changing atmosphere

Lauren Whitney Lifestyles

101 Queen St E • 519-284-0550

A unique shop featuring home décor, personal accessories and gifts.

MacPherson Crafts

91 Queen St E • +1 800-238-6663 •

In the art supply industry over 45 years. The store has had a special focus in Reborn dolls

Meadowridge Variety / ESSO

407 James St S • 519-284-4100

Gas station and variety store

Miss Jones Cannabis Outlet

6 Water Street South

Your local conveyer of cannabis and cannabis accessories

O’Grady’s Clothing & Accessories

143 Queen St E • 519-284-4436 •

Active wear, smart casual, formal, jeans, scarves, leather gloves, and leather purses.

Pet Valu

752 Queen Street East • 519-284-0000 •

A source for all your pet’s needs

Roancroft Professional Picture Framing

8 Water St • 226-301-4039

A local custom framing and print shop

Salvation Army Thrift Store

35 Water S • 519-284-4822 •

Refresh, Recycle, Restyle

Sam’s Home Hardware

63 Wellington St N • 519-284-4142 •

Hardware, paint, tools, supplies for home renovations, and more.

Square One Skate Shop

29 Water St E • 226-448-2252 •

For the love of skateboarding, get the necessary clothing and equipment to achieve your dreams

St. Marys Farmers Market

Milt Dunnell Field (The Flats) •

Offering a wide range of locally produced products and fresh foods every Saturday from 8 am – Noon

St. Marys Foodland

84 Wellington St S • 519-284-2631 •

A full service neighbourhood grocery store

Stonetown Artisan Cheese

5021 Perth County Line 8 • 519-229-6856 •

Our award winning hand crafted alpine style cheese is made with fresh cow’s milk from our family farm.

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Stone Home Creatives

158 Queen St E • 519-284-9966 •

A wonderful “poke and ponder” at any time, you can find 100’s of candles made on site, & more.

Sun Rayz St. Marys

113 Queen Street East • 519-284-4826

Tanning salon, Ladies & Men’s Fashions, Swimwear, Purses & Wallets, Sunglasses & Jewellery.

The Beer Store

571 Queen St W • 519-284-2910

St. Marys Location of The Beer Store

The Chocolate Factory

166 Queen St E • 519-284-3572•

Something for everyone, Homemade. Best Quality. None Finer!

The Flower Shop & More

147 Queen St E • 519-284-1391 •

Family owned and operated, offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts.

The Wine Lab

16 Water St S • 519-284-3288 •

Making your own wine is fun, rewarding and cost-effective. Visit us today to get started

The Hitching Post

480 Queen St W • 519-284-2360 •

We also bring you an array of useful product lines to meet your everyday needs

Tremblett’s Independent Grocer

780 Queen St E • 519-284-1426 •

A full service grocery store with pharmacy

Troyer’s Spices

110 Queen Street E • 226-661-8777 •

From beginner cook to gourmand, from a pinch to a pound, the selection you need & quality you can taste!

Universal Vapes

12 Water Street South • 226-264-0402

Vape Shop

Video 99

472 Queen St E • 519-284-4055

Variety store

World’s Coolest Music Store

122 Queen St E • 226-688-8385 •

A store/school with a focus on performance.

Zenfire Pottery

114 Queen St E • 519-615-6347 • Studio + Boutique, Connecting earth, hands, mind & heart

Army & Navy Air Force Veterans Club

23 Wellington St N • 519-284-4390

Fellowship and meeting place for members and veterans


14 Water St S • 519-284-4167 Organic, fair trade fire roasted coffee and homemade sweet treats & unique lunch options

Broken Rail Brewing

480 Glass Street • 226-301-4677 •

Situated in the iconic St. Marys Junction Railway Station built in 1858

Campbell’s Canteen and Food Truck

202 Queen St E • 647-702-3358

We offer a customized menu for any event.

The Flour Mill

6 Water Street South • 519-284-1818 •

We are your local food retailer, destination shop and daily inspiration for eating well.

139 Queen St E • 519-284-0666 • Quality Chinese food made with fresh ingredients for a great value. Take-out only.

Gilly’s Pubhouse

17 Water Street • 226-301-4431

Half-priced burger days, cheap wing days, and Sundays where kids eat free

Green Haven Bakery & Market

107 Queen Street E • 519-949-7588

Home baking at its best. Specialties include fry pies, donuts, cinnamon buns, breads.

Hearn’s Ice Cream

327 Queen St E •519-284-2096

Serving our cool ice creams, frozen yogurt treats and popular footlong since 1967

Joe’s Diner

528 Queen St E • 226-661-7799

A cozy home style diner, we offer classic diner food & all day breakfast and daily specials

Little Caesars Pizza

62 James St S • 519-284-2121 •

Carry-out chain featuring chicken wings, breadsticks & pizza tossed from housemade dough


752 Queen St E •

Iconic fast-food restaurant offering your favourite burgers, fries and more

Naina’s Indian Kitchen Bar & Grill

202 Queen St E • 519-284-0708 •

The Best Indian Restaurant in St Marys!

New Orleans Pizza

84 Wellington St S • 519-284-4949 •

Friendly staff and quick service, we offer both delivery and pick-up

O’Leary’s Creamery Bar & Grill

120 Parkview Dr,• 519-284-1110

Pub & Grill with attractive riverview patio

Pizza Hut

528 Queen St E Unit 1 • 519-284-2444 •

Family-friendly chain known for its made-to-order pizzas.

Pizza Pizza

752 Queen St E • 519-667-1111 •

Delivery, Pickup, Online, Express

Royal Canadian Legion

66 Church St N • 519-284-2267

Perth Regiment Veterans Branch 236

Skippy’s Pizza

118 Queen St E • 519-284-1864

Pizza, Fried chicken, burgers and more.

Snapping Turtle Coffee Roasters

145 Queen St E • 519-661-8000 •

On the Go or Take It Slow – Step in to our cozy roastery and coffeehouse

Social Thirty-One

769 Queen St E • 519-284-3704 •

Handcrafted burgers, globally-inspired handheld sandwiches, heart-healthy salads and more


162 James St S • 519-284-4404 •

Casual counter-serve chain for build-your-own sandwiches & salads

Sukie Lee’s

124 Queen St E • 519-284-3292

Serving homemade Chinese cuisine since 1985

The Sunset Diner

343 Queen St W • 519-284-1040 •

Since the 1950s, the Sunset Diner has served four generations at the same location

Tim Hortons

201 Queen St E • 519-284-4555•

Home of Canada’s favourite coffee

Tito’s Pizza

26 Wellington St S • 519-284-3000 •

We use fresh ingredient and toppings to bring you the best pizza in town.

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Queen St E Unit 2 Ice cream & specialty beverages The
Restaurant 528
Frozen Spoon

TuttCo Queen Street Eatery

159 Queen Street East • 226-301-4919 •

Internationally influenced Canadian bistro

Towne & Country Cheese Shoppe

117 Queen St E • 519-284-4508 •

Family-run business featuring fresh, locally sourced options with friendly service

Westover Inn

300 Thomas St • 519-284-2977 •

Visit our Parlour for a relaxing cocktail or join us in our critically-acclaimed fine dining room

Alliance Health & Wellness

50 Water St S • 226-661-0130 •

Multidiscipliary health clinic

Angela Dawn Aesthetics & MediSpa

26 Water Street • 226-661-2345 •

Specializing in: Facial Treatments, Cosmetic Injections, Microblading, PMU Eyebrows, PMU Eyeliner, Laser

Bare Roots Wellness

16 Water Street North • 519-860-3565 •

Reiki, Akashic Records, Energy Medicine, Retreats

Benchmark Real Estate

178 Queen St E • 519-871-7685 •

Benchmark is a full service real estate company serving Mid & South Western Ontario


136 Queen St E • 519-284-2020

St. Marys Bank of Montreal branch

Cascade Dry Cleaners

34 Water St S • 519-284-1390

A full service dry cleaner and launderer

Coldwell Banker Homefield Legacy Realty

150 Queen St E • 519-284-2381 •

An independently owned & operated real estage agency


48 Water St S Unit 4 • 519-284-2525

Glo is a full service hair salon

Her Collab Co.

6 Water Street South, Unit 3 • 519-949-2961 •

A coworking + event space curated for female solopreneurs, creatives, content creators, freelancers

Home & Company Real Estate Corp. Brokerage

519-274-1120 • 519-614-1273 • Let our family guide you home.

Kalon Studio

21 Water St. S • 519-272-3747 •

Creative hair studio

Little Falls Car Wash

357 Queen St W • 519-284-9999 • Little Falls Car Wash offers the “Touchless Car Wash” & more

Meridian Credit Union

134 Queen St E • 519-284-2260 •

St. Marys Branch of Meridian Credit Union

New Life Tattoos

204 Queen St E • 226-881-1965 •

Passionate about creating one-of-a-kind tattoos that truly reflect our client’s personalities

PC Connect

1-888-465-0783 •

Your community transit system

Peak Select Realty

163 Queen St E • 519-284-4646

Let Peak Select Realty Inc. serve any of your Real Estate needs

The Physio Nook

106 Queen St E • 519-703-9729 •

Offering quality pelvic health & orthopaedic physiotherapy services

Quadro Communications

84 Wellington St S Unit B • 519-229-8933 •

Quadro is a independent telecommunication service provider

Quantum Massage

19 Water St S • 519 301-3259 •

Strive on providing both relaxational and therapeutic treatments

The Quarry Room

13 Water St. S. • 226-301-4431

Available for private events, parties, group functions and meetings

RBC Bank

133 Queen St E •519-284-1600

St. Marys Branch of The Royal Bank of Canada

ReMax Realty

194 Queen St W • 519-284-2096

Experienced, proven, local - professional real estate service

Revive Holistic Health Centre

99 Queen St E • 226-661-2299 •

Revive is a space for people to experience a variety of our holistic health services.

Riverwalk Commons

84 Water Street South • 647-992-9620 •

A place where people come together and creativity flows

Sapphire Ink

167 Queen St E • 226-984-7284 •

Our professionals offer tattoos, piercings.


131 Queen St E • 519-284-3840

The St. Marys branch of The Bank of Nova Scotia

Sensations Salon & Day Spa

36 Water St S • 519-284-0265

Sensations Salon is an AVEDA & Living Proof Salon

Shackleton’s Real Estate & Auction

162 Queen St E • 519-271-2646 •

Shackleton’s is a Full Service MLS Realtor

Stonetown Physio

198 Queen St E • 519-284-2569

Providing physiotherapy, athletic therapy, and other rehabilitation services

Stonetown Travel

150 Queen St E • 519-284-2332•

A full service travel agency, providing the highest level of customer service

St. Marys BIA • @downtownstmarys

Downtown St. Marys is your one-stop spot for fabulous finds and small-town service

St. Marys Memorial Hospital

267 Queen St W • 519-284-1332 •

General hospital

St. Marys Coin-op Car Wash

133 Thomas St Open 24 hours.

TD Bank

4 Church St N• 519-284-2070•

TD Canada Trust Branch

The Old Blue Cottage of St. Marys

Placed perfectly only a half block from the Thames River in the hidden architectural wonderland that is St Marys

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96 Robinson St. • 519-284-0012 •

A relaxing retreat for your senses and soul.

Red Mill Farm

2379 Rd. 133 St. Marys • 226-234-1360 •

A one bedroom rural retreat located 5 minutes from picturesque St. Marys

The Stayover Guest House

46 Peel St S • 519-703-2007 •

Enjoy this beautiful modernized historic home complete with full kitchen, dining room, large living room and 3 bedrooms.

The National on Queen

100 Queen St. E., St. Marys • 519-476-3090 •

Located in the heart of downtown St. Marys, is a luxury two bedroom condo

Mrs. P’s Airbnb

25 Sparling Cr., St. Marys • 519-284-0242 •

Set along the Thames River, the Westover Inn offers an escape in the picturesque town of St. Marys

Westover Inn

300 Thomas St • 519-284-2977 •

Visit our Parlour for a relaxing cocktail or join us in our critically-acclaimed fine dining room

Bethel St. Marys, St. Marys DCVI carlo@bethelstratford, Pastor Carlo Rosati • 519-273-0050

First Baptist Church

34 Church St. S.• 519-284-1758 • Rev. Dr. Mark McKim

Gospel Hall 632 Jones St. E. • 519-284-3509 • Glen Woodside

Grace Community Church 16 Hillside Court, • 519-284-1060 • Rev. David Horne

Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church 149 King St. N.• 519-284-2593 • Rev. Fr. David Butler

St. James Anglican Church 65 Church St. S. • 519-284-1147

St. Marys Baha’i Community

Discussion groups, services held at a variety of locations • Tony & Gillian Martinez 519-284-4267

St. Marys Presbyterian Church 147 Widder St. E. • 519-284-2620 • Rev. Gwen Ament

St. Marys United Church 85 Church St. S. • 519-284-3016 • Rev. Jason Richards

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