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Parks & nature in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Park
“I really like this park which has beautiful view from hill and large play ground! You can bring charcoal to have BBQ.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Located at the mouth of Lake Ontario, this Fort provides a neat experience for you History Buffs.”
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Winery
“The charm starts when you drive in - the parking is tucked behind grape vines. There is an outdoor garden at the entrance used by the restaurant. The tasting area is busy so grab a glass and head out back to sit under the umbrellas or tour the grounds.”
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Park
“The most beautiful park in the area. Open gorge hiking trails that allow you to trek down next to the river. Oh, and the most incredible outdoor live music venue you have EVER seen. Do yourself a favor and Google "Artpark" and check out their "Tuesday in the Park" and "Wednesdays at the Gorge" lineups along with special events. Get an uber to Lewiston, grab dinner on restaurant row and catch some live music!”
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Park
“Visit Queens Royal Park to see the infamous trademark gazebo of Niagara-on-the-Lake. It is a lovely stop in the winter and provides a great view of the lake and sunset during the summer. One of Niagara-on-the-Lakes most romantic stops. ”
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Playground
“Summer 2019 - The carousel remains closed, as there is flooding in Port Dalhousie... A histroic Carousel located in Port Dalhousie. 5 Cent rides means, you can ride it as many times as you like. Fun for everyone, and very photogenic! Enjoy a picnic in the park or on the beach while you are there.”
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Park
“This park is in the center of Historic Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake and provides a great place for a picnic or short rest. There is lots of shade and so many beautiful flowers and grounds are impeccably kept! There is also a small children's playground and wading pool. Ideal for families and nice botanical scenery!”
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Monument / Landmark
“The beginning of the Bruce trail! Over 800kms of trails and this is the start!”
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Park
“Do not miss this! Hectares of garden, lovingly planted and maintained over the last century. Free to visit, parking is $5 or a stop on the WEGO bus, horse-drawn carriage tours available in summer.”
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Park
“Families can spend the day here - there is a playground nearby and a restored carousel that you can ride for 5 cents! Rent a surfboard or paddle board at the Lakeside Beach concession stand. ”
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Park
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Park
“This park is (15min) Walking distance with A lake front picnic table, also an idea place to observe sun rise/set.”
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Park
“Woodend is easy and quick to get to for those with a car, just get on the QEW Niagara bound and take the Glendale exit. It is a beautiful area with great walking trails.”
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Garden
“This is where I walk my dog. Its a nice park surrounding an old section of the Welland canal.”
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Park
“Only 3 doors away, Montebello Park is a beautiful place to sit and relax or wander through the rose garden. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted (Central Park, NYC), Montebello officially became a city park in 1887. Montebello is host to a number of festivals and events throughout the year, including the well-known Niagara Grape & Wine Festival. ”
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