Grimsby & Niagara visitor information. Located in historic fire station and jail house. Downtown Grimsby.
Located in the heart of beautiful Seguin Township, the Humphrey Community Centre is open Monday through Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. Staff can assist with information on cycling routes, directions, and can provide details on programming, activities and events in the area. Bike racks, vending machines and washroom facilities are available at this site.
Bobcaygeon’s Bike Share and Welcome Center does double duty serving as a bike rental and Visitor information Center. It is located at the historic swing bridge (1921) at Lock 32 in Bobcaygeon. Chat with our local and knowledgeable volunteers and summer students who can help you get the most out of your visit to Bobcaygeon. Large wall maps, pocket maps, guide brochures and Wifi access will help you navigate the area. Bike pumps and repair tool kit are available on site. Explore our village before you arrive at www.VisitBobcaygeon.com. The website includes an events calendar and full listings of businesses, shops, services, accommodations, restaurants, entertainment and things to do.
Iroquois Park Sports Centre is open from 8:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m., 7 days a week. It is Canada’s largest municipally owned and operated recreation facility. Inside, there are six (6) arenas, two pools, a fully licensed restaurant and food court area, banquet and meeting rooms, a pro shop and elite athletic training facilities. Outside, there are 6 tennis courts, 5 baseball diamonds, and a soccer field.
The Iroquois Park Sports Centre has washrooms, a water fountains, water-bottle fill-up station, vending machines, and concession stand. Also enjoy the indoor family-friendly rest area.
Covered sports area beside the community centre. Come and use 24 hour washroom facilities, bike racks and picnic area and lots of parking. Great place to start and finish a ride. Also available are basketball courts, ball hockey or tennis courts. Home of the very popular Saturday farmers market. Enjoy local food, products and entertainment.
Nestled in the heart of Rainbow Country, Manitoulin Island is a hidden gem located in the northern part of lake Huron. Its vast coastlines and crystal clear waters intrigue adventurers from all over the world who come to experience its rugged beauty. The largest freshwater island in the world, it has an area of 2 766 square kilometres, which accommodates a diverse, untouched landscape. There are three ways to get on the Island; the conventional driving route along highway 6 that leads to the world famous swing bridge, the MS Chi-Cheemaun (Ojibwe for “big Canoe”) which makes many daily trips between Tobermory and South Baymouth from May to October, and by one of the two airports (located in Gore Bay, and between Little Current and Manitowaning). In the summer and fall months Manitoulin’s population of 12000 grows exponentially because of the excellent fishing spots, cycling, hiking trails, and bar-none some of the world’s greatest hunting. For those who love adventure, communities also host many different festivals during the summer and offer fantastic cultural experiences such as Native Powwows.
The Mississippi Mills Public Library has two branches (in Almonte & Pakenham, just outside of Ottawa). The library is situated right on the Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail (OVR) – a heavily biked trail, roughly 300kms in length, running from near Smiths Falls to Mattawa. The library is perfectly suited to support bicycle friendly businesses & tourism in our municipality. The library is already a hub for community information and information about events in the area. Both branches offer nearby, secure bike lock-up areas, local cycling info, a basic bicycle repair tool kit, rest areas & picnic sites alongside the trail and on library grounds/gardens, free WIFI, and washrooms. At the library website are links to Ontario by Bike and other bicycle friendly, exciting, local events and festivals.
Located in the Museum of Industrial Technology, the Delta Mill Society hosts a tourist information centre for the Township of Rideau Lakes and the surrounding area. The museum is part of the Old Stone Mill National Historic Site complex, owned and operated by the Delta Mill Society. Open daily Victoria Day weekend through Labour Day, 10am to 5pm, other times by appointment. Public washroom on site.
How will you #ExploreNiagara Falls by bike? There are many options!
Niagara is noted for its terrain and there is no better way to get out and experience the natural wonder of Niagara Falls than by bicycle. With over 300 km of mapped trails to choose from, you can spend as much time as you like. Choose from a fully guided tours or go self-guided with a map in hand or on your phone.
Need help getting your bike to the falls or filling your itinerary between stops? Checkout our website to find our all the ways you can Play, Eat and Sleep your way through all the amazing terrain ahead of you here in Niagara Falls.
This is just the start of your Niagara Falls Bike Adventure!
Table Rock Welcome Centre is the heart of Niagara Parks – where every year over 8 million visitors stand close to the thundering water rushing over the brink of the Horseshoe Falls! There are many exciting features at Table Rock: • Welcome Centres – Where you can purchase our special admission Passes, plan your day and make timed-ticket reservations. • Niagara’s Fury – You’ll feel like you were there for the Creation of the Falls at this immersive 4-D experience. • Journey Behind the Falls – Where you can walk through tunnels far behind the Falls and to observation decks at the foot of the Falls. • Shopping at Table Rock – Our new stores on the second level include Pop & Lolly’s our fun and interactive Candy Shop. Don’t miss Canadian Treasures for Canadian Diamonds, Roots brand name wearables, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Kids Explor-it. • Table Rock Food Court – Tim Hortons, Niagara Pizza Co., Ah-So Sushi, Burger Town and other favourite options for a light meal or beverage. All areas of Table Rock are fully accessible and wheelchair rental is available during the summer months at the Welcome Centre. You will also find Digital Attractions photo services, Automatic Teller Machines, Currency Exchanges and a First Aid station. Falls view hotels and the Fallsview Casino Resort are all a short walk to the Falls Incline Railway, that will quickly transport you down the steep moraine to Table Rock. From the Clifton Hill Tourist Area, it’s just a 10-minute walk through the beautiful gardens of Queen Victoria Park. Hours of Operation: Journey Behind the Falls and the main Shops are all open daily year-round except December 25. Some services close in the winter. The view of the Falls is always available – 24-hours a day, 7 days a week!
Hours of Operation Mid May to end of June: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm July & August: Open seven days a week: 9am – 7pm September to Mid October: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm Mid October to Mid May: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 2pm We are situated at the junction of Highway 17 and 11. We are at the junction of the three railroads: CPR, CNR and ONR; and we also have one of the largest airports in Canada thanks to our military ties to North American Air Defense Command. North Bay is situated between picturesque Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake. We are a full four seasons community boasting skiing and snowmobiling in the winter months, hiking and garden tours in the summer, fall colour tours and hunting, and of course fishing all year round. Our recently refurbished Downtown is proudly anchored by the Capitol Center; an 1100 seat theatre and art gallery. Neighboring the downtown is our beautiful Lake Nipissing waterfront. Walk along the boardwalk, anchor your boat in the 350-slip marina, or take a cruise on the Chief Commanda. The Waterfront Park is also the home of the annual Summer in the Park and North Rocks the Bay. On the August Holiday weekend our population doubles for this wonderful family event. Academically we are home to Nipissing University and Canadore College. With their own natural pond, waterfall and miles of hiking trails, these two facilities co-exist on one of the most beautiful campuses found anywhere. Whether just visiting or looking to relocate it’s easy to see why our motto is… Just north enough to be perfect!
The Municipal Office for the Township of North Frontenac. Open Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM for visitor information. Closed Saturdays and Sundays.