Your closest route to a cool mind and a warm soul.
Discover all that Niagara’s South Coast has to offer through its lovely towns and cities. Dedicate time to exploring one of them intensively or try and cover off the whole stretch in just a few days. Whatever you choose to do, the friendly locals are here to make sure you’re left with a good impression. Besides us, there’s no one better to get advice from than them.
Known for its sandy beaches, historic sites and Indigenous cultural events, Fort Erie is a sightseeing marvel for every age. With small town charm and big city bustle, there’s no end to the variety on offer. Fort Erie holds a trove of hidden gems that most first-time visitors miss. Uncover them all during your next visit.
The only location along the Welland Canal to follow the waterway’s original route, Port Colborne exudes coastal flair. Rich history and vibrant culture flourish in this day-trip draw. As well as being steeped in marine heritage, it boasts wonderful shopping, dining and outdoor activities. Stroll or cycle to every attraction for the full effect.
Find yourself in picturesque conservation areas that are ideal for a family camping trip. Wainfleet is an easy drive to the larger towns and cities in the area, making it the perfect spot to start a South Coast getaway. Grounded in rural tradition, the laidback ambience and rustic landscape are tough to beat.
Right in the heart of the Niagara region is Welland. From the brilliantly lit Bridge 13 and the beauty of Merritt Island to the recreational canal that runs through the downtown core, days in Welland are filled with heart-pumping activity. Its waterfront music concerts and annual outdoor festivals are incentive enough to stick around for an extended stay.
There’s no better way to spend the early hours of the morning than buying fresh-
picked local produce and amazing seasonal creations. Niagara’s South Coast is home to four farmers’ markets, each showcasing the best their area has to offer. From farm-to-table and field-to-fork, enjoy homegrown agriculture from late spring to early fall.
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