Queenston Heights

Nestled high atop the Niagara Escarpment, Queenston Heights Park combines leisure and history in one scenic location. At the entrance to this historic park, visitors are greeted by grand carpet bedding displays that surround both the Brock and Laura Secord Monuments. Facilities include two picnic pavilions, washrooms, a children’s splash pad, tennis courts, a band shell, snack bar, playground and seasonal fine dining at Queenston Heights Restaurant.

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More than meets the eye

Features

Southern Terminus of the Bruce Trail

Southern Terminus of the Bruce Trail

Queenston Heights Park is the southern terminus point of the Bruce Trail, which winds it way northward over several hundred kilometres to Tobermory. This trail passes through the Niagara Escarpment, which has been recognized as a world biosphere by U.N.E.S.C.O.

Brock's Monument

Brock's Monument

Brock's Monument is owned by Parks Canada and is located in Queenston Heights Park, which is maintained year-round by Niagara Parks.The monument is open for an interpretive programmes daily from May until Labour Day weekend. Parks Canada staff at the monument can be contacted at (905) 262-4759.

Landscape of Nations

The Six Nations and Native Allies Commemorative Memorial can also be found in Queenston Heights Park. The memorial commemorates the significant sacrifices and contributions made by First Nations during the War of 1812 and also recognizes the historic ceremony of peace and reconciliation held in Niagara on August 31 and September 1, 1815 that restored peace among the Native nations who fought on opposing sides.

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