As the warm weather turns cooler, Beamsville offers a plethora of picturesque fall activities to discover. From exploring scenic waterfalls to winery tours – there are plenty of activities to enjoy in Beamsville this fall.
Tour A Winery
The Niagara Region is home to a number of award-winning wineries, and as the fall colours turn, visiting a winery is a must-do. Beamsville is the heart of Ontario’s wine country. A short list of local wineries include; Fielding Estate Winery, Hidden Bench Estate Winery, Organized Crime Winery, Thirty Bench, Cave Spring Cellars and Redstone Winery. Pop in, take a tour, or enjoy a lunch at one of their scrumptious restaurants.
You’ll want to take advantage of the picturesque trails that Beamsville has to offer. From the flowing waterfalls at Balls Falls Conservation Area, Decew Falls, and Morningstar Mill to the luscious landscape at the Mountain View Conservation Trail, these are hiking trails you’ll want to discover.
Visit The Falls
Not only is Niagara home to the most iconic horseshoe water fall in the world, Niagara Falls is the largest entertainment complex in Canada. The Fallsview Casino alone has 3000 slots, 130 gaming tables and a 1500 seat theatre that recently headlined marquee acts like Tim McGraw, Russell Peters and Rich Little. You’ll want to try your luck and catch a show.
Walk through Town
Beamsville is just minutes away from “Canada’s Prettiest Town”, Niagara-on-the-Lake. This small town was Ontario’s original colonial capital and is home to a variety of late 18th and early 19th century homes, most of them beautifully restored to their original state. Niagara-on-the-Lake has an outstanding number of cafes and restaurants, wine bars and chic and trendy stores. Whether you want to spoil yourself and go shopping or treat yourself to a 5 star dinner, there’s always something to do in Niagara-on-the-Lake.