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.
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.
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