Nestled between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, the Region boasts sprawling wineries, sandy beaches, vast green spaces, plentiful shopping, dining and entertainment, the Natural World Wonder that is the Niagara Falls and rich Canadian history — just to name a few.
Welland is home to Niagara College, and just a short drive to Brock University, the city is home to local and international students. Rich with multiculturalism and community spirit, Welland is a youth and senior friendly city that endeavours to keep all citizens active, happy, and healthy.
The Town of Pelham, Ontario is composed of five unique and historic villages: Effingham, Fenwick, Fonthill, North Pelham and Ridgeville. Blending successful farming, growing commercialism and five beautiful villages Pelham is “Five Villages One Community”
The City of Port Colborne is a community steeped in marine heritage. With a generous climate, ample beach front, and cultural attractions, Port Colborne is an ideal holiday destination. Add to this to our historic shopping districts, variety of restaurants, location, selection of natural attractions and recreation facilities, and Port Colborne is a unique holiday destination.
The Thorold tourist attractions include historical sites, nature trails, parks and playgrounds. The Welland Canal, which passes through the city is a paved recreational trail that attracts tourists from different parts of the country. Some of the important historical sites in the region are Decew House, The Old Fire Hall, Chestnut Hall, St. Johns School House, Maplehurst, Welland Mills and Beaverdams Old Methodist Church.
It is best known for its agricultural productivity and Lake shore area. The area is utilized for dairy, beef cattle, and cash crops. Township boundaries consist of a lake shore nine miles along the north shore of Lake Erie, and 20 miles along the meandering course of the Welland River.
Niagara Falls, Canada provides a vast array of year-round activities for the entire family. Beautifully-maintained biking and walking trails line the world-famous Niagara gorge while numerous golf courses, ball diamonds, playing fields, swimming pools and rinks unite local citizens and contribute to a strong sense of community. Whether you currently reside in Niagara Falls or are planning to locate here, we invite you to explore and discover why Niagara Falls is a great place to call home.
Just an hour’s drive from Toronto and half that from the U.S. Border, spend a pleasant afternoon on Lincoln’s part of the Niagara Wine Route, and immerse yourself in the old-world beauty of wine country – cradled in the bosom of the Niagara Escarpment.
Grimsby is rich in history and small town charm. It is a destination spot for visitors year round, with a vibrant arts & culture scene, ample recreation opportunities, and a wonderful selection of shopping and dining in stunning natural surroundings.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is a town in southern Ontario. It sits on the shores of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Niagara River. It’s known for its wineries and the summer Shaw Festival, a series of theatre productions. The flower-filled, tree-lined old town features 19th-century buildings, mainly along Queen Street. Near the river, 19th-century Fort George was built by the British to defend against American attacks.
Fort Erie is a town on the Niagara River in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. It is directly across the river from Buffalo, New York and is the site of Old Fort Erie which played a prominent role in the War of 1812.