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From water sports, playgrounds, winter sports and more, the Christie Lake Conservation Area is a major green space in Hamilton, ideal for families looking to spend a day out enjoying the gorgeous weather. Moreover, the conservation area also offers equestrian sports as well as disc golf, making it a one of a kind destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
This pretty little Caledonia station was established by the Grand Trunk Railway Company in 1908. The Caledonia Grand Trunk Station was the second station to be built on the same site, when the former one was destroyed by a fire in 1906. This station was in service till 1977, following which it was used as a maintenance place till 1988. Members of the Caledonia Chamber of Commerce and The Grand Trunk Station Society, restored this facility and opened it to the public as an attraction in 1997. Caledonia Grand Trunk Station is home to a museum, tourist center and meeting rooms.
Located on the northern bank of the Grand River, Edinburgh Square is a planned opened space in Caledonia that was established in the 19th Century. A cenotaph, dedicated to those who fought the war, is located on site. In 1857, the town hall, which now functions as the Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre was erected. Prior to its establishment, this square was known to host farmers markets. Edinburgh Square also features a baseball field and a lawn bowling space.
Come and visit the West of Fifty Upper Cascade waterfall and enjoy the terraced ribbon cascade that is 8 metres (26 feet) high.
Natural trails, a thick forest area and exotic views of the farmland have come together to make Lowville Park a charming location. Children and families can enjoy angling and other water games at the Bronte Creek which passes through the park.The park has seven picnic spots and equipments to spend a day. Besides this, the Park also acts as an event venue where live musicals, performances and other local events take place on a regular basis.
Beamer Memorial Conservation Area is a natural preserve spread over 53 hectares (131 acres) of lush green, forested area. Offering not only beautiful panoramic views of Lake Ontario and Niagara Escarpment, the area offers some of the best views for observing annual spring migration for birds of prey. Rare and exotic birds like Turkey Vultures and bald eagles are often spotted here, making it a favorite spot of ornithologists and other wildlife experts. Located just about 40.30 kilometers (25 miles) from Niagara Falls, the Beamer Memorial Conservation Area makes for a grand visit.