Local Attractions


1859 Stone School House

Follow the Path to the Pastů Experience an historic discovery and learn about 17th Century United Empire Loyalist and Pennsylvania Mennonite roots at the well-maintained Jordan Historical Museum. Enjoy hands-on displays of pioneer life, guided tours of historic buildings include the 1815 Fry House and the 1859 Stone School House complete with enactment of classes.

Recently linked to Jordan Village is an extension of the Twenty Valley Trail. Hikers can travel along the pond bank of Jordan Village, make their way to the stairway to the Jordan Historical Museum and through scenic natural settings to the Ball's Falls Heritage Conservation Area.

Accessible from Jordan Village by either a leisurely hike or a short trip by car, the Ball's Falls Heritage Conservation Area encompasses over 200 acres of scenic natural and built heritage, including two spectacular cataracts on the Niagara Escarpment and the traces of a mid 19th century industrial hamlet. One of the first community along the lower Twenty Mile Creek, a grist mill, lime kiln, a restored church, log cabin and a family home are some of the structures that are open for guided tours.

Whatever your taste or adventure, cruise your way leisurely through the scenic backroads of Niagara and discover some of the Region's hidden treasures. For the ultimate in ease and relaxation, pack a picnic lunch and spend the day lakeside, at Charles Daley Park, wetting a line, skipping stones, or just watching the waves roll in.

Whatever the season, there's always something to do in Rural Niagara. Find out about special events such as theatre, historical re-enactments, concerts and festivals. Weather permitting, try horseback riding, windsurfing, boating, canoeing or taking your best shot on one of our many challenging golf courses.


Ball's Falls Church


Jordan Museum

Other sites of interest:

Visit Town of Lincoln's Website
www.townoflincoln.com

The Town was incorporated in 1970 and is comprised of the town of Beamsville, the villages of Vineland and Jordan and the hamlets of Campden, Tintern and Rockway. Lincoln is an urban-rural municipality of approximately 20,000 in population. Lincoln is a small town, but has something for everyone. The Town of Lincoln is blessed with many active service clubs, arenas, parks, libraries, churches, schools, hiking trails and industries.

Visit the Bruce Trail
www.brucetrail.org
Canada's Bruce Trail ... Protect It, Preserve It, Hike It !! The Bruce Trail Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and maintenance of over 800 kilometers of main trails and an additional 200km of side trails along the Niagara Escarpment between Niagara Falls, Ontario (Queenston Heights) and Tobermory, Ontario (Little Tub Harbour).

Visit the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority's Website
www.conservation-niagara.on.ca
In 1999 the Ministry of the Environment, Environment Canada and the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority entered into an agreement under which the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority will initiate and co-ordinate activities for the continued development and implementation of the Niagara River Remedial Action Plan (RAP). The Niagara River RAP "area of concern" includes the Welland River and all other inland tributaries that drain into the Niagara River.

Visit Destination Niagara
www.tourismniagara.com
In Niagara, there's something for everyone all year long. Summer is a very exciting time in the Niagara Region. Local residents and visitors can enjoy a number of Festivals and Events in every community.

Visit the Wine Route
www.wineroute.com
WineRoute is a single point of departure from which to explore Ontario wines ... an electronic tour through Ontario wine country.

Visit Info Niagara
www.infoniagara.com
Welcome to InfoNiagara, a comprehensive on-line vacation guide for Niagara Falls.


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