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Grimsby West Lincoln Lincoln Wainfleet Pelham St. Catharines Thorold Welland
Port Colborne Niagara-on-the-Lake Niagara Falls Fort Erie

parks and playgrounds


Grimsby Community Parks and Open Spaces
A complete overview of the parks and playgrounds in the Town of Grimsby.

Website: http://www.grimsby.ca/Recreation-N-Leisure/Parks-N-Trails/Community-Parks

West Lincoln

West Lincoln Parks and Trails
A full listing of West Lincoln parks and playgrounds.

Website: http://www.westlincoln.ca/recreation-services/parks-a-trails


Charles Daley Park
This beautiful natural 22.5 acre waterfront park is open all year and functions as a passive park for picnicking, group gatherings, beachcombing, special events and even tobogganing.

Website: http://niagaragreenbelt.com/listings/76-parks-gardens-a-conservation-areas/160-charles-daley-park.html

Ball’s Falls Conservation Area
Whether it’s your first experience or a return visit, Ball’s Falls offers natural beauty and wildlife at its best, spectacular vistas from the Niagara Escarpment, and the breathtaking backdrop of Niagara’s other falls.

The Ball’s Falls Forest Playscape is a free-play forest area for children, youth, students, adults and families. It encourages free-form play, creativity, problem-solving, team-based thinking and physical activity, all while immersed in a forest area. The playscape includes a cedar split rail fence and feature system, loose-parts for creative play, and natural materials for shelter and fort-building activities. https://npca.ca/learning/experience/educational-programs

Website: http://ballsfalls.ca/


NPCA Parks
The township of Wainfleet offers two main parks protected by the The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA). Find details about these amazing geographical treasures at the website below.

Website: http://www.wainfleet.ca/pages/index.php/visiting/npca-parks.html


Town of Pelham Parks and Playgrounds
The Town of Pelham boasts a number of parks, playgrounds and trails that are sure to please children, sports enthusiasts, hikers, runners and cyclists alike. Use this awesome interactive map to find parks, playgrounds, trails and cycling routes near you to explore!

Website: http://www.pelham.ca/visitors/parks-playgrounds-and-trails


City of St. Catharines Parks and Green Spaces
Get outside in your city!

Website: http://www.stcatharines.ca/en/playin/ParksGreenSpaces.asp


City of Thorold Parks and Trails
A complete listing of parks, playgrounds and trails to enjoy.

Website: http://www.thorold.com/content/parks-trails


City of Welland Parks
The City of Welland offers approximately 447 acres of parkland in its many forms. Check out all 57 parks and greenways at the link below.

Website: http://www.welland.ca/leisure/parks.asp

Port Colborne

City of Port Colborne Parks Listing
Find all of the city’s parks and trails here.

Website: http://portcolborne.ca/page/parks_trails 


Town Parks Listing
A complete listing of parks with a description of park features.

Website: http://www.notl.org/content/town-parks-0

Niagara Falls

Niagara Parks
Here’s where you can find a variety of ways to experience the wonder of Niagara Falls.

Website: http://www.niagaraparks.com/

City of Niagara Parks & Rec
Here’s a detailed listing for all of the parks in Niagara Falls. You can even tailor your search to find the features your family is looking for!

Website: http://www.niagarafalls.ca/city-hall/recreation/parks/listing.aspx

Fort Erie

Town of Fort Erie Parks
Explore the many parks this lovely town has to offer.

Website: http://www.town.forterie.ca/pages/FortErieParks

Safari Niagara


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Safari Niagara, a 150-acre, privately-owned and operated nature park, is home to more than 750 animals of native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds. Visitors of all ages and abilities can experience the park’s inhabitants on their own or through: free, educational guided walking tours an educational, narrated tram ride/tour interactive, educational demonstrations including birds of prey and threatened species presentations petting farm yard catch-and-release fishing In addition, visitors can enjoy spending quality time with their families and friends at Safari Niagara by taking part in many activities including ropes course*, bungee*, Safari Rides*, paddle boating, kite-flying and playing at the large playgrounds, sandbox and animal-themed splash pad.

Address: 2821 Stevensville Road Stevensville, Ontario L0S 1S0
Email: info@safariniagara.com
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Website: http://www.safariniagara.com