Battle of Beaverdams Park

Battle of Beaverdams Park

The Thorold Discovery Walk pamphlet says this historical ten acre passive park was created in 1976 on the in filled channel of the second Welland Canal, but despite the name it's not the site of the battle itself. However, it commemorates both Laura Ingersoll Secord and the soldiers involved in the decisive Battle of Beaverdams in 1813.

 

The park is situated in the heart of Thorold just around the corner from the downtown core.

Sullivan Ave, Thorold, ON
Charles Daley Park

Charles Daley Park

Charles Daley Park is a gorgeous 22.5 acre waterfront park located in the town of Lincoln. Functioning as a park for picnicking, group gatherings, beachcombing and many special events.

Through the month of July and August there is a free concert every Tuesday evening!!!

1969 North Service Road, Jordan, ON
Comfort Maple

Comfort Maple

Niagara heritage site, Oldest surgar maple tree in Canada (over 500 years).

1732 Metler Rd,, Pelham, ON L0S 1C0