Niagara Seasons

John Hartig Photography

Southern Ontario summers make for perfect beach and picnic weather. This invites tourists to the Port Dalhousie beach or to a leisurely drive along the Niagara Parkway, all the way to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls and maybe even Fort Erie. There are a lot of landmarks along the way and a lot of wineries to stop off at along the Niagara Wine Route. If you like trees and want to get away from the craft shops for a while, then Balls Falls may be for you or a little hike along the Bruce Trail which invites a lot of scenic picture-taking. Google Southern Ontario Tourism, Tourism Niagara or St. Catharines Tourism for an itinerary of summer events. These words may also conjure up summer scenes typical for the Niagara Region: volleyball, lake ontario sunsets, walk along the pier, lighthouses, sailboats, seadoos, sailing, children, games, gardens, flowers, butterflies. Southern Ontario is made for summer: "Roll out those lazy, hazy crazy days of summer, those days of soda and pretzels and beer!"


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