Touring Upper Canada Village is a magical experience, transporting you back in time to the 1860s. A key part of the experience is the authentic buildings that make up the village, the activities that each house, and the people who lived there.
Fort Henry continues its role as a museum and historic site to visitors from all around the world. Once inside the wooden gates, enter the realm of 19th century military life.
Enjoy great riverside outdoor camping destinations full of fun and adventure, whether your holidays are a week, a weekend or just the day! The Parks of the St. Lawrence offers eight campgrounds and six day-use areas along the St. Lawrence River in Ontario East.
Located in one of Canada's most picturesque settings, Upper Canada Golf Course was designed by noted golf course architect Robbie Robinson in the early 1960s. This 6,922 yard, 18-hole public course challenges both beginners and skilled golfers alike.
Crysler Park Marina is in a deep bay on the North shore of the river. It has 250 slips with room for 45 transients on docks that range from 25 to 40 feet. Larger excursion boats tie up here or at moorings offshore while their passengers go ashore to visit the historic village.