The charming town of Beamsville is the ideal location to raise a family. Rich in amenities, history and culture, there is always something new to do and discover.
Surrounded by nature, Beamsville has an abundance of conservation areas, parks and trails to explore. Perfect for spending time outdoors with friends and family, or simply re-connecting with nature on your own. Ball’s Falls and Cave Springs Conservations Area are among some of the most popular spots in the area.
Although Beamsville features serenity and sprawling rural landscapes, it is only a short drive from the city. With a Go transit bus stop in town, running to the Burlington GO station and its close location to the QEW highway, Beamsville offers the best of both worlds.
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The schools in Beamsville pride themselves in providing more of an opportunity for teachers to build relationships with students and truly tend to their academic needs. High schools such as Beamsville District Secondary School or Great Lakes Christian High school, offer a wide variety of academic and specialty programs, as well as a broad list of extra-curricular activities.
Arts and Culture
Beamsville is surrounded by music festivals, art galleries and events like Jordan Art Gallery and the Carmel Fine Art & Music Festival. Connecting community members through arts and culture and showcasing local talent, it’s the ideal location for creative minds, with so many outlets for artistic expression and art appreciation.
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Bustling with young families, Beamsville accommodates the family lifestyle. With its pools, community centre and camps there are always activities for the kids to keep busy and have fun, no matter the season.
Beamsville restaurants serve dishes with some of the freshest, locally grown ingredients. From home-style comfort food to fine dining, you can be sure to satisfy any craving. Grab a drink at The Butcher & Baker Pub or drop in for a delicious Sunday brunch at August Restaurant, the choices are endless.
Best known for its thriving wine industry, wineries in Beamsville are unlike anything you’ve experienced before. Truly offering the best of Ontario, with lush and beautiful landscapes and delicious hand-crafted wines. Fielding Estate Winery, Peninsula Ridge Estates Winery and Redstone Winery offer some of the best tour experiences around.
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If you’re in the mood for a serious shopping trip, Beamsville is only a short drive away from Niagara on the Lake’s Outlet Collection where you can find your favourite brand-names at a fraction of the regular cost. However, if you’re looking to spend the day a little closer to home, Beamsville also has a variety of clothing stores, antique shops and more.
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There’s no such thing as a boring weekend in Beamsville, there’s entertainment suited to every occasion whether you’re spending your Saturday solo, with friends, or as a family. Pack some lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy an outdoor movie at the Can-View Drive-In in Fonthill. If you’re a fan of live theatre, watch a play at the Peninsula Players Community Theatre Company.
Beamsville is rich in history, with historical buildings and sites at every corner, it’s impossible not to find the town charming. Right outside town, in Port Dalhousie, is the stunning Lake-Side Park Carousel, located right by the water; it has been a fixture in Beamsville since 1921. Only a stone’s throw away is Jordan Village, teeming with history; home to the first Mennonite Church and the Jordan Historical Museum.