Cycling Trails

Burlington Downtown Business Association
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Address: 414 Locust Street, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, L7S 1T7

Downtown Burlington is the heart of the city. Here you’ll find Burlington’s historic centre and our beautiful waterfront park that offers residents and visitors a place to discover, celebrate, play, and relax. From great residential neighbourhoods, shopping, and dining, to arts and culture, business and services and a beautiful waterfront setting, Downtown Burlington has it all.

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South Landing Inn
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Address: 21 Front Street South, Queenston Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, Canada, L0S 1J0

Our hotel is nestled in one of Canada’s most popular tourist destinations, Queenston, Niagara-on-the-Lake, surrounded by all of its history and close to the Old Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Around the hotel’s immediate area, you will find plenty of places offering, fine and casual dining, music, performing arts, cycling, nature trails, fishing, golfing, and vineyards offering exclusive wine tours of our regions most excellent local wines. Our proximity to cycling trails make us the perfect place to stay! The South Landing Inn was built in the early 1800’s by Thomas Dickson to accommodate the many travelers on the route to the mighty falls of Niagara. A route traveled by thousands of tourists from all over the world every week. Queenston once boasted thirteen inns and taverns, of which South Landing Inn is the only to stand the test of time and remains the best hotel in the area to this day. The town breathes the atmosphere of history and romance throughout every last street. From our quaint town, you can enjoy walking among the elegant historic homes and buildings that still stand to this day, showcasing fine examples of early 19th century architecture.

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Address: Ingleside, Ontario, Canada, K0C 1M0

Turn your camping experience into a learning adventure that’s fun for both avid birders and families alike at one of North America’s only campgrounds located in the heart of a bird sanctuary. This nature reserve features 69 campsites and 5 group campgrounds, a Visitor Interpretive Centre with displays and themed merchandise, 8 kilometres of self-guided hiking trails and of course, abundant wildlife. The Waterfront Trail runs right through the Sanctuary offering a unique and scenic route for cyclists. Bike racks and lock-up at Visitor Centre. Special bonus to campers: Upon check-in campers receive 2 free passes they can use for admission to either award-winning Upper Canada Village or Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada. Facilities: •NEW! 10 Recreation Vehicle Sites (with water and 50 amp) •6 Premium Waterfront (no services) •21 Regular Sites (no services) •5 Electric-only Sites (30 amp) •27 Recreational Vehicle Sites (with water and 30 amp) •5 Group Camping Areas (1 with electricity, 4 with no services) •NEW! The Boathouse Loft •Trailer Dumping Station •Showers •Washrooms •Laundromat •Retail Store/Registration •Boat Launching Amenities: •Visitor Interpretive Centre •Gift Shop •Outdoor Picnic Area •Bicycles racks •Restrooms Attractions: •Only minutes from Upper Canada Village •Only minutes from Upper Canada Golf Course (host course of the 2013 PGA Tour Canada Great Waterway Classic) •Only minutes from Crysler Park Marina •Nearby shopping in Cornwall and Morrisburg