Travel back in time to the War of 1812 at historic Old Fort Erie equipped with a new $7 million Visitors Centre, visit the Fort Erie Historical Museum and Railroad Museum, or get up close and personal with some of the wildest creations on earth at Safari Niagara.
Along the Fort Erie shores of the mighty Niagara River winds the Niagara River Parkway, famous for being “the best Sunday afternoon drive in the world”, according to Sir Winston Churchill.
Fort Erie is versatile and cosmopolitan beyond its size. It is a recreational playground in a perfect location for your business and career and a safe community where you can raise your family.
Visiting Niagara….DISCOVER FORT ERIE!
For more information visit:
Fort Erie Economic Development & Tourism www.forteriecanada.com
Greater Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce www.greaterforteriechamber.com
Fort Erie 1812 Bicentennial Celebrations www.forterie1812.com
Fort Erie Race Track www.forterieracing.com
Historic Fort Erie www.niagaraparks.com/old-fort-erie
Fort Erie Museums www.museum.forterie.ca
Fort Erie Festivals www.friendshipfestival.com
Safari Niagara www.safariniagara.com
Although less than an hour’s drive from Toronto’s world-class cultural milieu, Grimsby is the personification of a small town. It’s quiet, tree-lined avenues, its rural area, the natural Niagara Escarpment which winds through the town’s centre, the beaches on the shores of Lake Ontario and its many parks define “home” to now over 26,000 people.
For more information, visit www.town.grimsby.on.ca
Imagine the scenery as you drive, cycle or hike past miles of vineyards, many anchored by their own winery featuring tours and tastings year round. Some even offer lunch and dinner overlooking the verdant fields. For the ultimate wine-country experience, spend a few days at one of the inns or bed-and-breakfast facilities attached to some of our award-winning estate wineries. Stop by and relax in a unique rural setting that is Lincoln.
For more information, visit www.lincoln.ca
If you can tear yourself away, Niagara Falls is a bustling destination full of activities for most everyone, vineyards and world-class golf courses, kid fun at Clifton Hill, fine dining and casual eateries, casinos and live Niagara entertainment, spas and cycling adventures and hiking trails. Visit the New Niagara Falls and experience it forever.
For more information, visit www.niagarafallstourism.com
People travel from around the world to experience the Town’s unique charm and attractions, including historic Fort George, Brock’s monument, beautifully conserved heritage homes, prestigious spas, resorts and bed and breakfasts, breath-taking parks and golf course, and world-class wineries. Our vineyards account for 84 per cent of Canada’s wine production and our wineries produce many internationally acclaimed vintages, including our world-famous ice wine.
Honoured in 1996 as the “Prettiest Town in Canada,” our historic Old Town area boasts a number of quaint shops, boutiques and restaurants, as well as public and private art galleries, the centuries-old Court House, museums, and of course, the renowned Shaw Festival Theatre.
In 2012, Niagara-on-the-Lake will launch its commemoration of the War of 1812 and we invite you to join in the many festivities and re-enactments recognizing 200 years of peace and friendship with our American neighbours. Please visit www.1812niagaraonthelake.ca for the latest information on events and activities.
In Niagara-on-the-Lake, there is a little bit of something for everyone to explore. Please visit www.niagaraonthelake.com for travel information.
Pelham is a beautiful and blossoming town nestled between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario and is situated in the heart of the Ontario’s Niagara Region. Pelham is ideally located between the GTA and US border, minutes from Niagara Falls, yet stead fastly remains a peaceful and pleasant community. Experience this unique culture!
For more information, visit www.mypelham.com.
Hike and Cycle Trails: Discover the outdoors on Niagara’s South Coast by pedal or foot by exploring the numerous hiking and cycling trails. Great for walking cycling & rollerblading.
Shop local at the Port Colborne Farmer’s Market: With over 60 vendors, shopping at the Port Colborne Farmers’ Market brings out inspiration, imagination & creativity in everyone!
Taste the Local Cuisine: Experience the unique restaurants & cafes where the locals like to eat.
Celebrate With Us: Celebrate our heritage, pride and passion with one of the many festivals on Niagara’s South Coast.
Experience Port Colborne – Experience what you expect life to offer on Niagara’s South Coast.
Sugarloaf Marina on Niagara’s South Coast
Cycle Niagara’s South Coast
Sport Fishing – Port Colborne, ON
Historic Welland Canal – History of the Welland Canal in Port Colborne
Historic Port Colborne – Heritage Homes, Sites and Properties
For more information, visit www.portcolborne.ca
St. Catharines is in the centre of the Niagara region and minutes from the mighty Niagara Falls, historic Niagara on the Lake as well as only an hour from Toronto and 45 minutes from Buffalo, New York.
For more information, visit www.tourismstcatharines.ca
In addition to all that Thorold has to offer, visitors are only a short distance to the more than 70 wineries, 45 golf courses, hundreds of historic sites, world-class theatre, diverse shopping and dining, miles of parks and beaches and exhilarating entertainment and attractions that make up the Niagara Region.
For more information, visit www.thorold.com
For more information, visit www.wainfleet.ca
Welland has a proud cultural heritage; our residents represent a diverse blend of many ethnic backgrounds, including the 3rd largest French-speaking population in the province. International luncheons and celebrations are held throughout the year by 11 different cultural organizations. Take some time to get to know Welland. We’re only a short trip away but a world apart.
For more information, visit www.welland.ca
Cyclists favour the quiet and scenic country roads. Close to Niagara’s popular wine route, West Lincoln offers a wide selection of rural Bed & Breakfasts for weekend getaways. Country fairs and festivals are a mainstay in West Lincoln’s villages. Take the time to come and relax in West Lincoln.
For more information, visit www.westlincolnchamber.com