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Spacious park with a covered eating area picnic tables and clean washrooms.There is a bicycle trail that passes through the park which makes for a pleasant ride.Trail heads south to the downtown area. Posted in the park is a brass historical plague explaining the history...More
The locks here raise and lower the ships on average 6 feet depending on the lake levels. The viewing stand gives you a perfect vantage point to pick a spot on the side of a ship and watch it go up or down. The pavilion...More
You have a chance to view the locks & ships going threw the Welland Canal .
Very nice park for kids to play , beautiful flowers for pictures. Washrooms close to parking area. No charge to park or view the ships.
Close to main highway
This is a really wonderful park. There's a great play area and right next to it is an elevated viewing area where you can see the ships coming along the canal. There's lots of room to run around, a path to ride bikes on, and...More
The ships take a long time going slowly through the lock. You can get a closer view by going to the 2 strips of park on either side of the lift bridge. The park has a beautiful skate and BMX Park, lovely plantings, and bike...More
This is just a small park along the bike trail. But it is really fun and pretty.
There is also an awesome bike park near here and totally worth checking out. It looks like a ton of fun (unless you are on a recumbent LOL)
We walked along the trail after viewing a wedding party taking photos
Park is very pretty with public washrooms
Lots of scenic canal views & well kept walking trail
Close to the downtown area
Great for families
After being disappointed at the Botanical Gardens at Niagara this was a real surprise. The gardens were planted beautifully with a number of beds and then a central water feature. The park had picnic tables and shade provided by trees and covered seating. There was...More