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Scenic Niagara-on-the-Lake

Lake Gibson















The Mel Swart Lake Gibson Conservation Park is the largest inland man made lake in the Niagara area. Created in 1904, spanning 27 acres of farmland and meadows, the surreal piece of the world plays host to a wide variety of endangered wild life, and other habitats that have had their homes threatened by urbanization. Kids and adults of all ages will enjoy the beauty of Lake Gibson. 

To learn more visit: http://melswartlakegibsonpark.com



LAST MINUTE SPECIAL!

Last minute special for 2 guests at $200 per night (regular rate $350), please call 1-866-226-4730 and ask for ‘the last minute special!’ 

Niagara Sky Wheel

Open all year round, the climate controlled Niagara Sky Wheel will take you a journey 175 feet above Niagara Falls to give you a breathtaking view of the Niagara area. Whether you visit it day or night, the sky wheel will forever change your opinion on sightseeing! The fully enclosed, climate controlled gondolas are perfect for snowy visits in the winter months to! The Niagara Sky Wheel ride varies between 8 to 12 minutes and allows you perfect views from every angle. 

For more information visit: http://www.

Short Hills Provincial Park

The Short Hills Provincial Park is the largest park in the area. Excellent for hiking, picnicking, or relaxing, this park has a truly wonderful feel. The landscape, throughout hundreds of years, has eroded and formed beautiful caves, crevices, and creeks. The plant life is not the only thing living here though! In the Short Hills park you will find an abundance of wildlife including the pawpaw, white-tailed deer, and even wild turkeys! Fun for the whole family, Short Hills Provincial Park awaits your visit!

Emma’s Box Hill Picnic

Come enjoy a picnic party at Fort George on August 6, 2015 to celebrate Jane Austen’s “Emma,” which is now in its 200th year of print! There will be music, games, entertainment, tea, and treats! Be sure to call ahead for your ticket (tickets are $20 a person)!

For more information feel free to call or email them at: 905-468-6621 or admin@friendsoffortgeorge.ca 

Ice Wine Festival in Niagara on the Lake


Ice Wine Festival:

JANUARY 2015  Engage all of your senses at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Icewine Festival. It’s a celebration of all things Icewine. With the range of community events as well as winery and restaurant events taking place over the entire month, you may have to make a return trip!

EVENT SSPARKLE AND ICE
IAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE COURTHOUSE January 16, 8 pm to 11 pm

An Icewine Cocktail greets you as you enter the grand, century-old courthouse ballroom for an exquisite evening of culinary creations and live entertainment.

My Lovely Garden in Full Bloom

We're preparing the cottage for guests arriving tomorrow. My garden is in full bloom and I'll be getting a video made of my mature garden when it's in full bloom. It certainly looks different from the beginning of the spring until now!! You'd hardly recognize it. If you watch my video from last year you'll see what I mean.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwi07DgHMi0

Scenic Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario:Wineries


Scenic Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario: Wineries, Shaw theatre, just a half-hour from waterfalls  BY BETH J. HARPAZ, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS  




 
 This 2012 photo supplied by the Shaw Festival shows a scene from “Ragtime,” one of the productions staged for this year’s 2012 Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Fall is a busy time for tourism in Niagara-on-the-Lake, both because it’s harvest season at the local wineries and because theater-goers come to town to catch the festival before it ends in late October.