Port Dalhousie

Phone: (905) 937-4783
Fax: (905) 937-0861
17 Lock Street
St Catharines ON L2N 5B6

Top Pick

Start with our Lakeside enclave Port Dalhousie - one of Niagara’s most popular destinations for outdoor recreation. Historic ‘Old Port’ offers boat-launching facilities, marinas, fishing charters, beaches, picnic pavilions and more.

The Port Dalhousie Harbour Walkway traces the shoreline winding past historical sites, quaint shops, gardens, and fully restored 19th century light- houses. A village rich in history, outdoor patios and a variety of restaurants, shops, theatre, B&Bs, inns and an antique carousel - rides still just 5˘ each!

Surrounded by the harbour, beach and the world renowned Henley Rowing Course, ‘Old Port’ is the original site of the first three Welland Canals and home of the century-old Royal Henley Regatta.

Historic walking tours are available.

Directions / getting there

We are about 1 hour and 15 minutes from Toronto and approximately 45 minutes from Buffalo.

From Toronto: Travelling on the QEW, exit at Seventh Street (exit #51) in St. Catharines. Left on Seventh to Lakeshore Road. Turn right onto Lakeshore Road which will become Main Street. Follow the signage to Port Dalhousie.

From Niagara/U.S. Travelling on the QEW, exit at Ontario Street (exit #47) in St. Catharines. Turn left on Ontario Street to Lakeport Road. Turn left onto Lakeport and follow the signage to Port Dalhousie.

Click here for a map of Port Dalhousie

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