Niagara’s South Coast
While Ontario’s Niagara region is famous for its waterfalls and wineries, it’s worth touring beyond to explore quaint beach towns, a vibrant arts scene and beautiful sandy beaches along Niagara’s South Coast. Standouts include Port Colborne’s Crystal Beach and Nickel Beach, some of the best beaches in the Lake Erie region.
After a day of fun frolicking in the water, drop in at one of the many craft breweries on the Niagara Ale Trail and taste the seasonal brews, craft beers and cider. Or stop in at any of the many restaurants in Port Colborne, the local farmers’ market or museums like the Historical and Marine Museum.
Where is Niagara’s South Coast?
Niagara's South Coast is situated on the southernmost region of the Niagara peninsula. The region borders Lake Erie, the U.S. border at Buffalo, the world-famous Niagara Falls and the city of St. Catharines.
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Things to do on Niagara's South Coast
Spend the day at a beach
Hit the golf course
Go on a wild adventure
Soak up some history
Enjoy a heritage festival
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Last updated: February 16, 2024