Fort Erie, ON
The gateway to Southern Ontario. Fort Erie is situated on the shores of Lake Erie and the Niagara River with a population of 30,000. Fort Erie boasts a rich heritage of history and is home to miles of beautiful beaches and recreational trails. Check Official Visitors Guide 2015 Fort Erie Niagara for special events.
Fort Erie Railroad Museum
The Fort Erie Race Track
Thoroughbred Racing - check Official Visitor's Guide 2015 Fort Erie for list of special events. .
Parks And Recreation
Historic Old Fort Erie - Check www.oldforterie.com for events and films at the new visitor centre theatre
Fort Erie Friendship Trail – Paved walking/biking path expanding from Niagara River to Port Colborne.
Beaches - sandy public beaches at Waverly Beach & Crescent Beach
Boating at the Bertie Boat Club
Fort Erie Leisureplex – Twin ice arenas located in Crescent Park. Banquet hall, fast food restaurant and sports store on premises
Public Skating and Hockey at the Leisureplex
Skateboard Park – located at Crescent Park between YMCA and Town Hall Centre.
Centennial Park – Expansive treed park in Crescent Park. Splash pad, twin tennis courts, playground equipment and soccer fields can be enjoyed here.
Energy Field – Small park with playground equipment located in Garrison Village Phase I area.
Baseball and Tennis Courts at Oakes Park
Albert Street park – located near Old Fort Erie area. Tennis courts and playground equipment.
Bowen Road park – located near Niagara River in north end of Fort Erie.
Sugar Bowl –Large park with paved walkways around skating pond. Memory park section. Dog park – no leash required now open. Playground equipment here too.
E.J. Freeland Community YMCA –Offers a wide range of health, fitness and educational programs including a leisure/splash pool; 20 metre three lane pool with slide; gymnasium; fitness studio; indoor walking track; racquet courts ~ exercise equipment room; and babysitting services. This facility is located in Crescent Park.
Fort Erie Dance Recital
Fort Erie Secondary School (grades 9-12)
Garrison Road School (K-8), Peace Bridge Public School (K-8)
North End (Bridgeburg) – Older section of town with lots of character homes on tree lined streets.
South End – Older character homes mixed with some commercial properties.
West End – Mixture of war-time housing
Garrison Village – Single family homes in Phase 1 developed approx 20 years ago. Phase 2 developed approx 8 years ago.
Crescent Park – Mixture of newer single family homes and converted cottages.
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