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All reviews bruce trail tennis courts niagara river queenston heights brock's monument splash pad family reunion on site great view free concerts walking path picnic tables family picnic lots of history run around great place to walk general brock
On the escarpment halfway between the falls and Niagara on the Lake. Wooded with several views of the lower river.
The main point of interest is Brock's Monument, dedicated to the British General who died in a battle here during the War of 1812.
Free parking, connection to WeGo transit, not far from Niagara Falls, Brock Monument. Great view on Niagara River. Also nice hiking trails nearby leading to Queenston and Niagara Parkway, which you can hike all the way to Niagara-On-The-Lake and Fort George there. Nice place to...More
A must see for Canadians who should know and value there history. Brock's monument was constructed in 1837 as a symbol of an important event in Canadian history, separating itself and its identity from America.The view of the Niagara River and America just the other...More
This is a great place to walk around and unwind during a stressful day. It is also a great place to take the kids for a short playtime at the park. Lastly, if you would like to have a group picnic, this is also a...More
A great place to hold any sort of reunion, celebration!!! With sections / tables under the pavilions to rent make this an ideal place for family events. The splash pad and playground make it fun for the little kids too.
Response from seasonedtravellers57 | Reviewed this property |
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.