- By kevin
- On Jul 5, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
As the warm weather approaches,it’s time to take a roundtrip to Niagara’s best beaches for a day of sun and relaxation.Popular Niagara beaches to visit during Summer Break shared with you as below,take the tour packages from Chicago to Niagara Falls on the Globerouter.com website to look around.Here is a list of faves places to choose from.
Nickel Beach,Port Colborne
Located in Port Colborne,for$10 you can drive your car right onto the beach here.The Lake Erie water meets more than a mile of white sand,which offers great windsurfing,swimming and sunbathing.There are plenty of areas to picnic,along with rest room facilities and volleyball courts.
Address:69 Lake Rd.,Port Colborne
From Toronto:Get on Gardiner Expy West,take Queen Elizabeth Way/QEW and ON-406 S to East Main St.in Welland,take ON-140 S and Welland St to Lake Rd.in Port Colborne.
From Buffalo:Take Delaware Ave to Church St.,take Garrison Rd and ON-3 to Killaly St East in Port Colborne,Canada,continue on Killaly St East,drive to Lake Rd.
Lakeside Park Beach,St.Catharines
Lakeside Beach is located within Port Dalhousie,a small town within the city of St.Catharines.This is one of the more popular Niagara beaches.Parking is free and is just moments from the beach.Bring a picnic basket,check out the boats docked by the pier,take a stroll,and you can participate in some beach volleyball.Great for kids as well,Lakeside Park still has the original“Looff Carousel”,still for only.5¢a ride.
There are restaurants just a stone’s throw away,as well as ice cream parlours and specialty stores.
Address:1 Lakeport Rd.,Port Dalhousie
From Niagara or Buffalo:Take the QEW to exit 47,Ontario Street,St.Catharines,left on Ontario Street towards Lake Ontario,away from downtown,left on Lakeport Road at lights,follow Lakeport Road over bridge,veer right at traffic lights towards beach.
From Toronto:Take the QEW to exit 51,Seventh Street,St.Catharines,turn left onto Seventh Street to Lakeshore Road,turn right onto Lakeshore Road which will become Main Street,follow the signage to Port Dalhousie.