SFN Programs

Below is a brief description of other SFN departments that regularly work with the SFN Economic Development Department. Links and contact information are provided should you have any questions.

Sauble Park

Sauble Park is privately owned and operated by the Saugeen First Nation Chief & Council. Sauble Park is a clean, shallow, family friendly beach and is approximately 3.7 kilometres in length. The park is located on South Sauble Beach and is maintained by seasonal Park Staff. The park employs full time Supervisors, Gate Workers, and Maintenance Workers to help keep the beach clean, tidy, and enjoyable for all. The park is open from late June until Labour Day weekend.

Sauble Park is an unsupervised swimming area, swimming is at your own risk.

Please observe all Park Rules & Regulations. These rules & regulations are place to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit. Sauble park offers two permanent rest room structures and numerous portable toilets through out the beach. It is one of the few beaches that allow vehicles to drive and park along the length of the beach so please be mindful of our Rules & Regulations.

The public is welcome to visit but note that there is an admission fee to enter.
The price per car is $15.00 Monday to Thursday and $20.00 per day Friday to Sunday. This daily admission offers in and out privileges with proof of purchase. A weekly car/truck pass is also available for $75.00. Prices are subject to change at the discretion of Saugeen First Nation Chief & Council. We have three access points to the park, Main Street Sauble Beach, 16th Street (Silverlake), and French Bay Road. When there is congestion at the Main Street access, it is suggested that you enter through one of the other two access points to reduce wait times.

If visiting, please respect the rules and respect Mother Earth by leaving the beach clean and intact. There are numerous garbage cans through out the beach for your convenience.

Click here for our Sauble Park Rules and Regulations

For more information, please contact sauble.park@saugeen.org or the Economic Development Dept.

Cancom Security Services

The Mandate of Cancom Security is to OBSERVE, REPORT AND DETER.

We can be contacted at 519-379-5332 during our hours of operations from 2pm – 2am. You can also find information on  our new website www.saugeensecurityservices.com.

Operating hours will vary due to service requests. Please do not call this number for emergencies. All Emergencies must go through 911 (POLICE, FIRE and AMBULANCE). Band members are encouraged to call Security for all safety related matters for prevention.

 

Employment & Training

The Employment & Training Office offers a variety of programs year round. Programs include the Youth Work Experience Program, Forestry Program, Amphitheatre Program, Amphitheatre Grounds Crew, Science & Technology, Computer Lab, Theory & Drafting Rooms, and a Woodshop. Huronia Area Aboriginal Management Board also provides various funding and employment & training opportunities.

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Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday - 9:00am to 4:30pm

Phone: 519-797-1224

Fax: 519-797-3458

Email: employment@saugeen.org

Social Media (Facebook): Saugeen First Nation #29 Employment & Training Center

 

Amphitheatre & Gardens (Currently Under Reconstruction)

A visit to Saugeen First Nation would not be complete without a stop at the Saugeen Amphitheatre. Located in the heart of the village, over looking the mighty Saugeen River is one of the most beautiful and scenic gardens in Western Ontario. Stone stairways and walkways, terraced gardens and an outdoor amphitheatre constructed of locally quarried stone overlook the Saugeen River quietly snaking its way in the distance. The word "Friendship" outlined in large white letters on a grassy area below the gardens underlines the focus of this quiet and tranquil park. A nature path winds its way down to the river's edge. The Saugeen First Nations Amphitheatre is visited by thousands of visitors each year and has become a popular spot for outdoor wedding ceremonies. It is a continued source of great pride for the Saugeen First Nation members. The Amphitheatre is located along Hwy 21 in the Saugeen First Nation.  You will see a wooden sign at the entrance to the parking lot on the south side of the highway. There is no admission fee.

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For information on the reconstruction project, please contact our Employment & Training Centre.

For event booking information, please contact our Economic Development Dept.

Lands & Leasing

Details coming soon.

Forest & Community Gardens

Details coming soon.

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