If you love sunbathing on sandy beaches, swimming in clear blue waters and all sorts of fun and exciting water activities, then Niagara's South Coast is your tourism destination. There is so much to do along the coastal regions of Lake Erie, including swimming, sailing, fishing and even sky diving!
Read more about all of the beaches of Niagara's South Coast.
Boating, Fishing & Scuba Diving
Designated by The World Fishing Network as “Canada’s Ultimate Fishing Town 2013”, Port Colborne’s harbour development is second to none, with over 700 attractive slips: Lake Erie is one of the best fishing lakes in all of Canada with the finest perch, salmon, bass, walleye and trout.
Sugarloaf Marina also provides scuba diving experiences where guests can explore historic shipwrecks and enjoy sailing along the coast. Take advantage of the marina amenities.
Niagara’s South Coast is the perfect bird sanctuary year round! For particularly unique watching spring and fall migration periods offer excellent bird watching along the shore of Lake Erie and in the area’s wetlands. Whether it’s tundra swans stopping for a rest from their flight northbound, or the return of the bald eagle in recent years, there is an abundance of winged activity.