Best Nature and Parks (RV, National, Dog, etc) in Grimsby

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Best Nature and Parks (RV, National, Dog, etc) in Grimsby

Devil's Punchbowl Conservation Area
Devil's Punchbowl Conservation Area
4.2 (393 ratings)4 (226 ratings)
Comprising 2 waterfalls, this unique, bowl-shaped gorge features colorful layers of stratified rock.
Ridge Rd, Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2X4, Canada
Hiking areaNature & ParksConservation departmentWaterfalls
Mentioned by TripHobo
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"Besides its astounding natural beauty, the highlight of the Devil’s Punchbowl falls is the 450 million years of history it preserves in its geological formation. Different layers and colors of rocks reveal the evolution of earth through these years. This 37 meter waterfall at the Niagara Escarpment is well known for its unparalleled grandiose and beauty."
Mentioned by Tourism Hamilton
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"This tall thin waterfall pours over a deep multi-coloured gorge that's a history lesson in geology and one of the most stunning natural formations along the Niagara Escarpment. Look for the huge cross perched nearby for more spectacular views of Stoney Creek and Hamilton Harbour."
Mentioned by ChatterBlock
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"This one might be a bit on the difficult side for young families, but we thought we would include it for the picture alone. Aside from the unique rock formations, a variety of birds can be seen in the vicinity."
Royal Botanical Gardens
Royal Botanical Gardens
4.6 (3755 ratings)4.5 (798 ratings)
Sprawling gardens with different flowers blooming from May to October, plus events & an arboretum.
680 Plains Rd W, Burlington, ON L7T 4H4, Canada
Botanical gardenNature & ParksEvent venueHistorical landmarkNature preserveGardens
Mentioned by The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog
The Best Things to do in Hamilton, Ontario
"Of all the attractions in Hamilton, a visit to the largest Botanical Garden in Canada, the Royal Botanical Gardens, is a must. Boasting over 77 kilometers of nature trails, across 300 acres of land, the Royal Botanical Gardens includes 5 cultivated gardens and over 312,000 individual plants – it is no surprise why. It provides an unforgettable experience where you can witness over 2400 plant species flourish and bloom."
Mentioned by Hamilton Halton Brant
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"Biology lessons don’t get any more beautiful than a trip to Canada’s largest botanical garden in Burlington. Its 1,100 hectares are filled with trails and exhibits that make for a really fun day of exploring. Kids will love the Rock Garden, the Mediterranean Garden and the newly installed model train display."
Bayfront Park
Bayfront Park
4.6 (3810 ratings)4.5 (255 ratings)
Waterfront green space offering paved pathways, a boat launch, a grass amphitheater & picnic tables.
200 Harbour Front Dr, Hamilton, ON L8L 1C8, Canada
ParkNature & Parks
Sherman Falls
Sherman Falls
4.7 (303 ratings)4.5 (24 ratings)
Terraced 56-ft. curtain waterfall in the forest, accessed by 2 well-maintained trails.
Hamilton, ON L9G 3J3, Canada
WaterfallNature & ParksHiking Trails
Mentioned by threeisus | travel with kids
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"Sherman Falls is actually located on private property but is open for the public to view. The water flows year round and is spectacular to see in the winter when the falls freeze over. The waterfall can be seen from the road, but is more impressive when you walk closer."
Mentioned by The Escarpment Project
Top 10 Hamilton Waterfalls
"Sherman Falls is 55 feet (17 metres) high and flows year round into the Ancaster Creek tributary system. It is a quaint waterfall surrounded by trees. There is a wooden bridge in front of it that crosses the creek."
Mentioned by Swoop
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"Another ribbon waterfall located in the woods, it is also known as the Fairy or Angel Falls. The streams of water rush down from Ancaster Creek. There is limited parking on a lot off of Artaban Road for $5 a day."
Albion Falls
Albion Falls
4.2 (2346 ratings)4 (222 ratings)
This 19-m. cascade waterfall with a Lover's Leap can be reached via several walking trails.
885 Mountain Brow Blvd, Hamilton, ON L8W 1R6, Canada
WaterfallNature & Parks
Mentioned by Travel Top 6™
The Ultimate Guide to the Best Waterfalls in Hamilton
"Albion Falls is easily one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Hamilton, rippling over the Niagara Escarpment in Red Hill Valley. This incredible cascade waterfall you won’t soon forget stands 18 metres wide and 19 metres tall with the water tumbling over rock that’s transformed into steps and shelves over time. Although there’s no access to the bottom, Albion Falls is visible from two viewing platforms, so you can admire the gorgeous waterfall while being surrounded by lush greenery."
Mentioned by blogTO
The top 5 waterfalls to visit in Hamilton
"You'd need to travel a long way beyond Hamilton to find a cascade waterfall as beautiful as this one. Safety concerns have reduced access to the foot of the falls, but the viewing platforms sill make for excellent photo opportunities of this natural wonder. The photo ops are endless at Tiffany Falls."
Mentioned by Help! We've Got Kids
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"Super pretty waterfall here, as the Red Hill Creek tumbles over steps and shelves carved out of the rock over time. There are lots of ways to see Albion Falls and get in a short or long hike, and two different viewing platforms. There is no below-falls access or access at the bottom of the falls."
Binbrook Conservation Area Main Entrance
Binbrook Conservation Area Main Entrance
4.3 (128 ratings)4 (32 ratings)
5050 Harrison Rd, Binbrook, ON L0R 1C0, Canada
ParkNature & ParksRecreation centerNature & Wildlife Areas
Mentioned by Tourism Hamilton
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"Banish summer boredom at this beautiful man-made lake, offering everything from wildlife spotting and walking trails to epic water sports. Keep the kids active and entertained for hours at the floating FunSplash Sports Park with more than 25 inflatable obstacles. Don’t leave without trying the coolest new attractions - Boarder Pass Wakeboarding (like water skiing without a boat) and nearby Treetop Trekking Hamilton, an adventure park with a zip line and aerial games."
Dundas Valley Conservation Area
Dundas Valley Conservation Area
4.8 (403 ratings)4.5 (58 ratings)
Lush conservation land featuring rare birds & plants, scenic hiking trails, glacial streams & ruins.
650 Governors Rd, Dundas, ON L9H 5E3, Canada
Hiking areaNature & ParksConservation departmentNature & Wildlife AreasValleys
Mentioned by LJM Tower
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"For those that are looking for either hiking trails or a nice place to cycle, Dundas Valley Conservation Area is the perfect spot. This beautiful area will certainly put you in touch with nature, as you walk for miles along the hiking trails. Here you can bring your dog for a walk or take your family out for a nice picnic."
Chedoke Falls
Chedoke Falls
4.2 (530 ratings)4 (36 ratings)
Year-round ribbon waterfall with a 9-m. width & 18-m. drop, tucked away in an urban environment.
Cliff View Park Scenic Dr &, Upper Paradise Rd, Hamilton, ON, Canada
Scenic spotNature & ParksWaterfalls
Mentioned by
10 Top-Rated Things to Do in Hamilton, Ontario | PlanetWare
"Of the more than 100 waterfalls known to be located on the Niagara Escarpment, many of the most picturesque can be found within the city limits of Hamilton. The most popular of these is the spectacular Albion Falls, also known as "lover's leap." Standing nearly 20 meters tall, this cascade falls is located where the fast flowing Red Hill Creek flows over the escarpment, along the way passing over a number of downward steps that add significantly to the appeal. Some of the best views can be had from King's Forest Park."
Mentioned by Ontario Away
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"We carried on west (we’re up on the Escarpment, for those keeping track) to go and see Chedoke Falls. Unfortunately, we hadn’t planned that well because we didn’t realize you couldn’t see Chedoke Falls because it’s off Scenic Drive (the road). Instead, you need to pull off into Balfour Park or come at it from the Bruce Trail to the north and follow the water in the reserve direction of the flow."
Spencer Smith Park
Spencer Smith Park
4.7 (6921 ratings)4.5 (235 ratings)
Waterfront park featuring a promenade, a pond, a playground, a Japanese garden & monuments.
1400 Lakeshore Rd, Burlington, ON L7S 1Y2, Canada
ParkNature & ParksBodies of Water
Mount Nemo Conservation Area (Reservations Required)
Mount Nemo Conservation Area (Reservations Required)
4.7 (1613 ratings)4.5 (108 ratings)
Outdoor recreation park with caves & a lookout point, plus mountain trails & rock-climbing.
5317 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON L7P 0A5, Canada
Hiking areaNature & ParksParkNature & Wildlife AreasHiking Trails

Best Coffee Shops and Cafes in Grimsby

Red Crow Coffee
Red Crow Coffee
4.5 (252 ratings)
Local cash-only cafe & espresso bar offering classic breakfast fare & panini in eclectic surrounds.
211 James St S, Hamilton, ON L8P 3B2, Canada
Coffee shopCafeEspresso barRestaurant
Hazel Tea & Dessert House
Hazel Tea & Dessert House
4.3 (261 ratings)
1686 Main St W #5, Hamilton, ON L8S 0A2, Canada
Tea houseBubble tea storeCafeInternet cafe
Paisley Coffeehouse & Eatery
Paisley Coffeehouse & Eatery
4.4 (331 ratings)
1020 King St W, Hamilton, ON L8S 1L4, Canada
CafeCoffee shopRestaurant
Mentioned by
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"Nestled in the heart of Westdale, Paisley has quickly become both a student and neighbourhood favourite. Whether you’re vegan, gluten-free, both or neither, Paisley is sure to have something to satisfy your appetite. While Paisley is known mostly for their delicious coffee and for being a prime study spot for McMaster students, the coffeehouse offers their customers a wide selection of goodies to munch on."

Best Bakery and Cake Shops in Grimsby

Barbara Caffe
Barbara Caffe
4.3 (226 ratings)
387 Barton St, Stoney Creek, ON L8E 2L2, Canada
CafeBakeryCateringCoffee shopDessert restaurantDessert shopFamily restaurantItalian restaurantMediterranean restaurantRestaurant
Detour Cafe
Detour Cafe
4.4 (540 ratings)
Artisan coffee roasters also serving gourmet teas, hearty breakfasts & sandwiches in a cozy setting.
41 King St W, Dundas, ON L9H 1T5, Canada
CafeBakeryCoffee roastersCoffee shopCoffee wholesalerRestaurantWine store
Mentioned by Hamilton Halton Brant
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"A quaint café is the perfect showcase for Detour, one of Canada’s earliest specialty coffee roasters, and a cup enjoyed here is certain to elevate your coffee experience. Not your usual mindless morning fuel, these highest quality green coffees are sourced by Detour and roasted fresh to order."
La Farina Bakery
La Farina Bakery
4.3 (482 ratings)
8040 Lundy's Ln, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 1H1, Canada
BakeryDessert shopPastry shop
Mentioned by Found in the Falls
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"Down Lundy’s Lane is La Farina, a relatively young bakery and deli (opened in 2000) that also offers handmade frozen pasta, imported Italian groceries and an array of cafeteria-style hot prepared meals. But since the subject here is bakery, we’d be remiss not to focus on the simple staple that fuels this spot: bread. La Farina rivals Portage for the best Italian loaves in the city, with a soft, chewy crumb and sharp golden crust."

Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Grimsby

Jerseyville Park
Jerseyville Park
2688 Jerseyville Rd W, Jerseyville, ON L0R 1R0, Canada
Mentioned by
Parks Listing | City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
"2688 Jerseyville Road West, Ancaster Jerseyville Park is a neighbourhood park with softball fields, an independent slide, a climber, spring toy, and some swings. Parking is provided."
Eastwood Park
Eastwood Park
111 Burlington St E, Hamilton, ON L8L 4G9, Canada
Mentioned by
Parks Listing | City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
"111 Burlington Street East Eastwood Park is a large park in the north end of the city. It provides the community with a variety of facilities, including softball and soccer fields, a basketball court, multi-purpose court, an accessible creative play structure, spray pad, asphalt pathways, and a sun shelter / washroom / changeroom building. A combined sewer overflow tank is located beneath the park, and is designed to improve the water quality of Hamilton Harbour."
Dairy Queen
Dairy Queen
3.8 (619 ratings)
Soft-serve ice cream & signature shakes top the menu at this classic burger & fries fast-food chain.
292 Geneva St, St. Catharines, ON L2N 2E8, Canada
Fast food restaurantIce cream shop

Vacation Rentals, Airbnb, Hotels & Cabins near Grimsby

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