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All reviews bruce trail niagara river queenston heights brock's monument walking trails on site picnic tables lots of history great view run around family picnic general brock first nations worth a stop small fee isaac brock canadian history
This is a must-stop for Canadian history. Impressive geography, helpful signage, it invites your imagination to conjure those historical days. Restaurant with a lovely view but it wasn't open the day we were there, closed for a special event.
The park commemorates the Battle of Queenston Heights, a significant battle in Canadian history. There is good parking at the base of the hill on which Brock's monument stands - follow the signs on the road to the parking as the access to the monument...More
Wow, did this park ever make a beautiful backdrop for Fall wedding photos. Accessible yet hidden on a quiet, private hill with look-outs over the Niagara River, all should visit for a serene stroll whether it's full of life and sun-kissed or covered in a...More
Paid the small fee to climb to the top of the moment. After biking up the hill it was probably a bad idea for the legs, but the view was worth it. Made a point of seeing the monument because of the old Stan Rogers...More
Both my wife and I visited this beautifully maintained park at the Niagara Falls on 27th July. The Queenston Heights is a geographical feature of the Niagara Escarpment immediately above the village of Queenston,Ontario, Canada. Its geography is apromontory formed where the escarpment is divided by the Niagara River. The promontory forms a cliff face...More
This is a good stopping off point on your way along the parkway. Great floral displays and parkland to stretch legs and run off a little pent up energy of kids. They have good clean accessible facilities for all.
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I recommend bringing your own grill and arrive early enough to claim a picnic table - there are lots of tables, but not all are located ideally. There are covered pavilions, but often large groups will book these in... More
I recommend bringing your own grill and arrive early enough to claim a picnic table - there are lots of tables, but not all are located ideally. There are covered pavilions, but often large groups will book these in advance. There are decent public washrooms and a small concession stand. There is also a wading pool and a very good children's play area. All free, except for a walk up Brock's Monument - named after the British General who was mortally wounded on this spot during the War of 1812, it is a London spiral staircase to the top where fallout views down river are your reward for this rather confining climb.