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Would have been better off driving up but when we got there the park was well maintained and the views were excellent. It is not called Queenston Heights for nothing. We did not have time to go in the monument unfortuantely (next time).
This is quite a large park and we did not see all of it. It houses the Brock's Monument as well as having an area and sculptures assigned to the First Nation Tribes that were loyal to the crown. It is very well kept and...More
This is a huge park on the outskirts of Niagara Falls that is an absolute pleasure to stroll around. It has plenty of parking and as also accessible by the Niagara Falls People Mover bus systems. It is beautifully landscaped with a few little shops,...More
We stopped here on our way to Niagara Falls to have a picnic lunch. There are lots of picnic benches and bbq for the public to use. Our 3 year old had fun playing in the park playground after lunch. By the lake there is...More
Knew my war of 1812 history and this place was on my list. Can only concur with other guests, park was fabulous, views over the river and the gorge were breathtaking. Very tranquil but historic place. Enjoy
View of Brock's monument, beautiful gardens and walking trails. In Spring and late Fall, there's a great view of the Niagara River unobstructed by tree foliage. There is also a wonderful stairway leading down to the Niagara parkway road and even more trails along the...More
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I recommend bringing your own grill and arrive early enough to claim a picnic table - there are lots of tables, but not all are located ideally. There are covered pavilions, but often large groups will book these in... More
I recommend bringing your own grill and arrive early enough to claim a picnic table - there are lots of tables, but not all are located ideally. There are covered pavilions, but often large groups will book these in advance. There are decent public washrooms and a small concession stand. There is also a wading pool and a very good children's play area. All free, except for a walk up Brock's Monument - named after the British General who was mortally wounded on this spot during the War of 1812, it is a London spiral staircase to the top where fallout views down river are your reward for this rather confining climb.