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After we visited the museum, we drove around along the canal and watched(little parking areas at various locks) these unbelievable behemoths thread the needle in these locks.. Always thought I was a good driver, but compared to this precision, I"m a hack! We also watched...More
We SUP the Welland Canal regularly as a couple but this time brought our family down. It is very family friendly and the water is relatively warm. There are many people using the Lincoln St Dock areas but it isn’t crowded. It is kept very...More
My hubs and I love the Port Robinson Ferry. We have used it when cycling. The other day we took our grandson Jasper on it – he is 22 months old. He loves boats. (He was a little concerned at first. 😊) I recommend this...More
We were in the area and saw the ship approaching, so we stopped at the parking lot next to it. We climbed up and saw the ship entering the canal, the doors closing behind it, and the ship slowly rising up until it was at...More
Yes there is a bike/walking path along the old Welland Canal which runs from Port Colborne to Port Robinson for a distance of about 12 miles. There is free parking at various spots along the route. There is also a great... More
Yes there is a bike/walking path along the old Welland Canal which runs from Port Colborne to Port Robinson for a distance of about 12 miles. There is free parking at various spots along the route. There is also a great bike/walking path along the Niagara River from Fort Erie to Niagara Falls. Free parking is also available along the route except in Niagara Falls itself. I don't believe there are paths that extend for any kind of length along the newer canal where the big ships pass through.