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Harbour Walkway Trail


Found in Port Dalhousie, this 3-kilometre trail is comprised of a combination of stone dust, concrete, and boardwalk. This trail extends from the base of the pier at Lakeside Park through the park to the commercial core area. The walkway passes through Lockhart Point and ends at the Locktender's Shanty. Explore the rich history and charm of Port Dalhousie lying on the shore of Lake Ontario by taking a stroll around the Harbour Walkway.

Pathways follow the shoreline, winding past historical sites and modern features, connecting Lakeside Park and the East and West Piers. Through this connection the walkway also makes up a small but vital section of the larger provincial Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail. Enjoy dining and shopping in the quaint downtown, watch the sunset from the pier, or ride the antique carousel. Experience the vitality of this small port-side village and the medley of sights and sounds along the harbourfront.

Directions: The official entry point to the Harbour Walkway can be found near Main Street, where Dalhousie and Lock Streets join. Here, a stairway leads down to Lakeside Park.

Information provided by the St. Catharines and Regional Municipality of Niagara websites.


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