- By kevin
- On Jul 5, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
Choose the Niagara bus tour on the Globerouter.com to begin your celebrating travel in Niagara Falls.There’s no better way after a day of sunbathing and relaxation with family and friends,than to visit our“Street of Fun by the Falls”to keep all the fun going!We have attractions,delicious food vendors,and frequent Niagara Falls fireworks shows as a finale to a fantastic and relaxing day.
Sunset Beach(Formerly Municipal Beach),St.Catharines
This beach is surprsingly not well-known next to the busier Lakeside Park in St.Catharines,yet it is the larger of the two beaches at 1200 feet of sandy paradise.
It is known for its amazing sunset viewing opportunities,hence the name change in 2015.
It offers a pristine beach,playground,public washrooms,and a boat launch.Picnics are welcome here.
Address:1 Lombardy Av.,St.Catharines
From Toronto:Take the QEW Niagara exit at Ontario Street,St.Catharines,Turn left onto Ontario Street,Follow Ontario Street to Lakeshore Road,Turn right on Lakeshore Road,Turn left on Arthur Street,Turn left on Lombardy Avenue,Follow Lombardy Avenue to Sunset Beach.
From Niagara:Take the QEW Toronto exit at Lake Street,St.Catharines,Turn right toward Lake Street,Take left onto Lake Street,Take right onto Scott Street,Turn left onto Geneva Street,Turn right onto Lakeshore Road,Turn left onto Arthur Street,Turn right onto Beachhaven Drive,Take left onto Bogart Street,Follow to Sunset Beach on Lombardy Avenue.
Charles Daley Park,Lincoln
This is a waterfront park with two beaches at the Fifteen and Sixteen Mile Creeks area,with picnicking facilities available.The park also has a playground for the kids and a bandshell for concerts held here in the Summer.
Location:North Service Road,between Jordan Road and Seventh Street along the QEW,in Jordan,ON.